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shadeofwinter 03-08-2010 11:58 PM

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Originally Posted by BelieverInGod (Post 473872)
I have a couple of questions as I am often confused.

We are not supposed to wear gold? What about my wedding ring as it does show submission to my husband does it not?

For those of us women that the LORD has **ahem** blessed. **blush** My husband refuses to pay to get them cut off, a minimizer bra doesn't do much, and they escaped in bulges when I tried to use duct tape.

Corsets! I don't mean modern "sexy" ones, oh no. Look at some old patterns for girdles, and corsets. They will keep your babies feeders from showing, and provide another layer between you and anyone who brushes up against you. Nothing like a layer of boning to say, "keep out!"

Robert Jones 03-27-2010 07:15 PM

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5. Undergarments these are not supposed to be seen! Just the other day at the market some young hussy had a bra strap showing, not to mention she had on the Devils panties, a thong is what I hear some ladies call them. I think it is very tacky when a woman bends over and a little strip of cloth sticks out of her man pants. I promptly went up to her and gave me her sweater and lectured her on what some men will do when women do not cover themselves. I prayed for her and her family that night.
So you wouldn't condone wearing these?
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Wide-Open 03-27-2010 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Latvija13 (Post 494054)
So you wouldn't condone wearing these?
*** disgusting image removed***

No of course not! :furious:

Robert Jones 03-27-2010 09:27 PM

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No of course not! :furious:
Does LBC sell them for sinners so that you know if someone buys them that they're going to hell? Sorry, I'm new to the forums so I don't exactly know everything about your fine establishment yet.

Petal 04-21-2010 12:43 PM

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i gots a kwestion about them lady ettiquettes. -_- nows, when 2 ladys show up to churchs on sunday mornings an they both be wearings the same dress, who has to go homes an puts a differint dress on? :unsure: is it the younger ladys or the lady who not be marrieds to a senior pastors? an what if it be 2 ladys who have them same social standings? cuz i not thinks lord Jesus approves of them christian lady kitty fights :bo::duel::kitty:



Mrs. Mary Whitford 04-22-2010 06:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Petal (Post 511875)
i gots a kwestion about them lady ettiquettes. -_- nows, when 2 ladys show up to churchs on sunday mornings an they both be wearings the same dress, who has to go homes an puts a differint dress on? :unsure: is it the younger ladys or the lady who not be marrieds to a senior pastors? an what if it be 2 ladys who have them same social standings? cuz i not thinks lord Jesus approves of them christian lady kitty fights :bo::duel::kitty:




Excellent question, Petal! Well done! :thumbsup:
Pastor's wives always get first choice, but most women in church aren't married to the pastors. There are ways to determine who gets to wear the dress in question.
First you have to look at tithing status. If one is in a lower tithing tier, she must be the one to go home to change. Unless the dress is inexpensive enough that the higher level tither should go home in shame to dress in something more appropriate. Remember, "costly array" as preached against in 1 Timothy 2:9 is subjective! The more money that's available to buy an outfit, the less costly that outfit is!
If they are both equal tithers, then it depends on marital status. A married woman's dress would be picked out for her by her husband, and an unmarried woman's dress picked out for her by her father. While a woman should honor her father (Exodus 20:12), her husband is the head of her just as Christ is the head of the man (1 Corinthians 11:3). Besides, if she's old enough to be considered a woman, why isn't she married yet? There must be something wrong with her! Thus the spinster would be the one who would have to go change.
If they are equal tithers and have the same marital status, the next thing to consider is age. 1 Timothy 5:2 tells us to treat elder women as mothers and the younger as sisters. Going back to Exodus 20:12, we should also honor our mothers, so the older women gets to wear the dress.
But what if both women are equal tithers of the same marital status and age? What then? Normally when one is facing a tough question like this, the only thing to do is ask a pastor. However, considering it's at church on Sunday, the pastors have better things to do than to worry about the petty concerns of women!
The best thing to do in this situation is for the women to speak to the highest ranking member of the Ladies of Landover who is available (unless it's Mrs. Betty Bowers - do NOT bother Mrs. Bowers). I'm senior vice president, so I'd be pleased to help any Platinum or Gold Tithers if my husband, Mr. Whitford, could spare me.

Tchoupitoulas 07-21-2010 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Girl For God (Post 467901)
I pull mine up past my bellybutton. Just to be safe. :thumbsup:


That would never work for me - it would get caught on my navel ring.

Lisa H 07-21-2010 01:24 PM

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That would never work for me - it would get caught on my navel ring.

I thought you did not wear clothes

Tchoupitoulas 07-21-2010 01:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Lisa H (Post 563271)
I thought you did not wear clothes


Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. I never said that I go without clothes all the time.

Lisa H 07-21-2010 01:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Tchoupitoulas (Post 563276)
Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. I never said that I go without clothes all the time.

You should always were clothes. Unless you are washing yourself, which is then only in private.

Tchoupitoulas 07-21-2010 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Lisa H (Post 563280)
You should always were clothes. Unless you are washing yourself, which is then only in private.

Some things are easier/more enjoyable without them - sunbathing, swimming, making love, housework.

Lisa H 07-21-2010 01:49 PM

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Some things are easier/more enjoyable without them - sunbathing, swimming, making love, housework.

That is just being like a whore. Are you some primate native women.

Tchoupitoulas 07-21-2010 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Lisa H (Post 563284)
That is just being like a whore. Are you some primate native women.


Human beings are primates.

Sister Charli 07-21-2010 02:09 PM

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Some things are easier/more enjoyable without them - sunbathing, swimming, making love, housework.

Naked housework? Are you insane? :fear2: How many steam burns do you have getting hot pies out of the oven without protection?

Not to mention all that dust that goes into crevices, grooves, wrinkles and orifices that are not appropriately covered with the right attire.

What on earth do your neighbours think as you collect the doggy do do's from your back yard, flashing your butt as you bend over?

Nah. I think rubber gloves, apron, hair net, dress, stockings and sensible shoes are very much in order.

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Lisa H 07-21-2010 02:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Tchoupitoulas (Post 563288)
Human beings are primates.

Are you some native primitive woman. Do you dance around camp fires naked sing voodoo songs

Tchoupitoulas 07-21-2010 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Sister Charli (Post 563290)
Naked housework? Are you insane? :fear2: How many steam burns do you have getting hot pies out of the oven without protection?

I don't cook naked.

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Not to mention all that dust that goes into crevices, grooves, wrinkles and orifices that are not appropriately covered with the right attire.
You must have a very strange way of holding a dust rag.

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What on earth do your neighbours think as you collect the doggy do do's from your back yard, flashing your butt as you bend over?
We don't pick up dog feces from the yard - when we mow the lawn, the mower mulches it in with the grass clippings.

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Nah. I think rubber gloves, apron, hair net, dress, stockings and sensible shoes are very much in order.
Rubber gloves make my hands sweat and itch, aprons just get in the way, a ponytail is sufficient to keep my hair out of my face, I never wear stockings, and we don't wear shoes in the house.

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Lisa H 07-21-2010 02:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Tchoupitoulas (Post 563288)
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Even Indian women wear clothes

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Pastor Ezekiel 07-21-2010 02:28 PM

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INJUNS! :fear2:

Tchoupitoulas 07-21-2010 02:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Lisa H (Post 563301)
Even Indian women wear clothes


I wear them when I feel like it, or when the social situation warrants it.
If I don't feel like wearing them, and there's no need to wear them, I don't. It's my body, my home, my prerogative.

Sister Charli 07-21-2010 02:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Sister Charli (Post 563290)
What on earth do your neighbours think as you collect the doggy do do's from your back yard, flashing your butt as you bend over?

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Originally Posted by Tchoupitoulas (Post 563297)
We don't pick up dog feces from the yard - when we mow the lawn, the mower mulches it in with the grass clippings.

You either have a very little dog or you mow you lawn a lot.

We have an English Staffordshire bull terrier and I would not be able to find my way to the clothesline if I did not pick up the do do's at least twice a week.


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