A Crumb From The Master’s Table

The Master's Table

Proverbs 31:30

“Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.”


We live in a world that worships the human body and celebrates physical beauty.

Do You Think That Your Looks Are Exceptionally Beautiful? Have You Allowed The Media And Others To Brainwash You Into Accepting Their Definition Of What Is Beautiful And Worthy Of Praise And What Is Not?

Many Have Been Deceived By The Spirit Of Vanity. Self-importance Has Consumed Countless Numbers Of Church Folks. Many Spend More Time And Money On Their Physical Appearance Than They Do On Their Relationship With God.  In Many Of Our Fellowships, Worship Services Have Become A Fashion Show Where Some Come To Display Their Fashion Sense, Their Hairdos And Other Worldly Trappings Of Beauty And Prosperity. However, These Things Do Not Impress God. 

The Physical Appearance Or Condition Of Our Bodies Are Only Temporary.  We Should Remember That We Are Only One Bad Illness Away From Looking Like A Wreck. Be Careful Not To Put Your Trust In Your Physical Appearance. If You Live Long Enough, It Will Change. But The Heart (Soul) That Honors And Obeys God Is Eternally Praised.

Suggested Reading: Ezekiel 23:48 and 1 Timothy 2:9 

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2 responses

  1. That’s true my brother in Christ. We need to stop worrying about worldly things and put our focus on Jesus Christ. We dress up the outside for the world but that’s out of order. The Word of God says Gods look totally at the heart of man not the outside. Dress your heart and your body in the Word of God praying, fasting, and reading the Word of God for wisdom and knowledge. Remember we perish for lack of knowledge. Get into a relationship with God and your life will begin to turn around. Place your trust in God. He has the key to your future. Paise The Lord

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