Should Christian Women Wear Makeup Or Jewelry?

Answer: Some Christians believe it is wrong for girls to wear makeup or jewelry, citing several New Testament passages that seem to forbid such things. While we certainly respect the convictions of born-again children of God, we also want to be certain our teaching will not exceed what the Word of God actually says. We do not need to “teach man-made ideas as commands from God” (Mark 7:7, NLT).

In analyzing the propriety of putting on makeup or jewelry, we focus on 1 Samuel 16:7b: “The LORD does not look at the things people look at. People go through the outward appearance, however the LORD talks about the center.” This verse lays down a foundational process concerning the limitations of our perspective: we normally start to see the externals; God views the internal truth. A few things to note in this passing: first, there’s a standard of dress that’s right for a woman in a worship service.

Paul provides no specifics, but a girl’s clothing is usually to be moderate and good and respectable. Wearing anything that is immodest, indecent, or disreputable is wrong. Drawing the series between modest and immodest can be subjective, and modesty depends somewhat on cultural mores, but each believer should be discerning enough to avoid offering criminal offense. Second, there’s a proper adornment for women who worship God and an improper adornment. The correct adornment for a godly woman is good deeds simply. 3,000 dresses to church or flashing gaudy jewelry does nothing to seriously adorn the woman of God. She would be far better off-and the indigent far better served-if she sold the gown and gave the money to a Christian charity.

Perhaps the time she spent on the elaborate hairdo could have been better spent portion someone in need. In 1 Timothy 2:9-10, Paul creates a contrast between looking to please God and wanting to please men. A public worship service shouldn’t be a fashion show. It’s not that a woman can never wear jewelry or style her hair differently. It’s that overindulgence and excess are improper in church.

We must all guard against pride and become careful never to distract others (or ourselves) from what’s truly important: the worship of God and the service of others. Another passage that relates to the issue of women wearing makeup or jewelry is 1 Peter 3:3-5, “Your beauty should not result from outward adornment, such as complex hairstyles and the wearing of precious metal jewelry or fine clothes.

Rather, it should be that of your internal self, the unfading beauty of the soft and tranquil spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight. Peter emphasizes the comparison between your outward, fleeting beauty and the inward, enduring beauty of a female. A beautiful girl has a “gentle and peaceful nature.” She may not be noticed much in this world, but God sees the heart. To flaunt one’s beauty for selfish adoration is not in line with the humility of Christ, particularly when the flaunting occurs in a worship service.

Again, it’s not that braided locks is sinful, but those who rely on their locks, their jewelry, or their clothing to make them beautiful are chasing after vanity. It is more worthwhile to build up godly character. In summary, there is certainly nothing incorrect with wearing jewelry inherently, makeup, or braided locks, as long as it is done in a modest manner. Also, such things can’t ever replace good deeds or a humble spirit. A Christian female ought never to be so centered on her outward appearance that she neglects her religious life. A worship service should be centered on God, not on us. If a female is spending an inordinate amount of time and money on her appearance, the nagging problem is that the woman’s priorities are misplaced. Expensive jewelry and clothing will be the results of the problem, not the problem itself.

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= $ =p>The young kids. It’s been many months of talking and processing, often late into the night, fielding their sad or angry feelings and hugging and saying “I’m so sorry” a lot. Lucien now has a therapist, per his request, because he was having a hard time. He’s doing better now and is his usual positive, funny self-most days. He still views the therapist.

He’s also still obsessed with ants, keeps growing his own colony with a long-saved-for-queen ant and her handful of workers. Bobo is alive though moving very still, very slowly. Lucien is 13 and in the seventh quality and coping with all such issues included therein. He is still quirky and funny and smart and awesome. Not just a day goes on I don’t admire and adore that warm-souled child.

The Loose with Daddy at Versailles so, so ago long. Coco is good, too. She’s youthful and might not get the bigger picture of what all this means fully. She says “Daddy traveled and worked at all times anyway so it isn’t much different he’s always someplace else.” I’ve told her it’s OK if someday if feels more sad, more different, than just the most common work travel schedule. I’ve often told her the best part of my day is the early morning while I wake her up.