That they may see and know, Is.41:17-20
Modesty, in Hebrew “Tzniut”, is a philosophy of self-restraint and keeping private that which is sacred. It is an important but generally neglected ethic of biblical faith.
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Dave, Was this a zoom meeting? I didn’t get an invite this week so I figured there wasn’t one.
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Oh man! I thought sure I did. I’m so sorry, I didn’t mean to leave you out. I have you on my permanent list but recently set the meeting to repeat, so the email went out quite early and you may have missed it. But yes, this was Thursday night’s class.
Okay, well, then I will try to listen to it entirely this week since I am trying to catch up on those. I hope to catch next Thurs. Thanks.
This subject is absolutely dear to my heart. I learned the most about concepts of modesty from Pentecostal fellowships for which I am so grateful.
It’s a neglected topic today. Thanks for listening!
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