Body Piercing

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Floyd
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Body Piercing

Post by Floyd » Thu Apr 05, 2018 5:34 pm

There is absolutely nothing on this earth quite as attractive as a white woman. When God created Eve, Adam was the happiest man on earth! The most beautiful creature in the universe comes in diverse models with an abundance of options. Blond, brunette, brown, or red hair enhance the appeal of God's most divine gift to mankind. Surely, a man without a woman is not complete.

Perfection is difficult to improve on. For instance, the retards that believe in evolution could not improve on the human body. It is already perfect. And not by accident. One can wonder if liberal evolutionists will get a better brain in the next life, but why would God increase their IQ when they totally failed or refused to use the brain God gave them in this life. Giving liberals a better brain in the next life would be such a waste; sort of like giving a rock the keys to a Ferrari, they would have no need for it and would not even know what it was for.

God knows that he really done well when he created woman. Of course, God is neither arrogant or vain, and neither should we be.

A woman may tie a ribbon in her hair or paint her nails, as an accent, highlight, or to emphasize a feature. She's already perfect, but may wish to draw your attention to her intelligence or other feature rather than simply being dazzled by her glamour.

In our effort to be Christ-like, our women attempt to please the Lord, while maintaining a Christ like appearance in their presentation of God's divine creation. No woman should ever attempt to ruin or deface her body.

Latter-day prophets strongly discourage the piercing of the body except for medical purposes. If girls or women desire to have their ears pierced, they are encouraged to wear only one pair of modest earrings.

Those who choose to disregard this counsel show a lack of respect for themselves and for God. They will someday regret their decision.

The Apostle Paul taught of the significance of our bodies and the danger of purposefully defiling them: “Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are” (1 Corinthians 3:16–17).

Modesty is an attitude of humility and decency in dress, grooming, language, and behavior. If you are modest, you do not draw undue attention to yourself. Instead, you seek to “glorify God in your body, and in your spirit” (1 Corinthians 6:20; see also verse 19).

If you are unsure about whether your dress or grooming is modest, ask yourself, “Would I feel comfortable with my appearance if I were in the Lord’s presence?” You might ask yourself a similar question about your language and behavior: “Would I say these words or participate in these activities if the Lord were present?” Your honest answers to these questions may lead you to make important changes in your life.

It is hard to make a single statement regarding the use of body piercings that could be applicable to all people at all times. Far easier is to use common sense coupled with respect for the Father in Heaven which created you.

Which of the following images, if any, indicate respect for one's creator? While cultural differences may influence your decision, it should be noted that desecration should not be considered art. Or should it?
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