Dress-Code of Decency.
AN ASHER (WOMAN) DOES NOT WEAR THAT WHICH TO PERTAINS TO A MAN, NOR DOES A MAN PUT ON AN ASHA'S GARMENT, FOR WHOEVER DOES THIS IS AN ABOMINATION TO YAHUAH YOUR ALAHIM.
This Scripture speaks volumes to us about our behaviour and is obviously from the mixture way back in time.
1TIM 2:9-10 LIKEWISE THAT THE WOMEN DRESS THEMSELVES BECOMINGLY, WITH DECENCY AND SENSIBLENESS, NOT WITH BRAIDED HAIR OR GOLD OR PEARLS OR COSTLY GARMENTS, BUT WITH GOOD WORKS, WHICH IS BECOMING FOR WOMEN UNDERTAKING WORSHIP OF YAHUAH.
Undertaking worship of Yahuah has a DRESS CODE and a specific behaviour called DECENCY. Men and women should not wear tight clothes showing the form of their bodies, cleavages, tight pants, short skirts and the like.
These texts are taken from the BYNV.
Men should also not wear tight pants showing off the crown jewels either. Men should not touch themselves in public. Men should not sit down with their legs open too far, displaying themselves. The worldly man and woman has a completely different behaviour to a man and woman who wants to undertake worshiping Yahusha.
If anyone breaks this code their worship is unacceptable.
To help check out what decency means:
DECENCY - ˈdiːs(ə)nsi/Submit - noun 1. behaviour that conforms to accepted standards of morality or respectability. "she had the decency to come and confess" synonyms: propriety, decorum, seemliness, good taste, respectability, dignity, correctness, good form, etiquette, appropriateness, fitness, suitability; morality, virtue, modesty, purity, delicacy, demureness, wholesomeness "TV companies need to maintain standards of taste and decency" courtesy, politeness, good manners, civility, respect, respectfulness; consideration, thought, thoughtfulness, tact, diplomacy "he didn't have the decency to tell me he couldn't come" antonyms: indecency, rudeness - behaviour or appearance that avoids impropriety or immodesty. "a loose dress, rather too low-cut for decency". The requirements of accepted or respectable behaviour. "an appeal to common decencies"
2. things required for a reasonable standard of life. "I can't afford any of the decencies of life".
Let this speak to the Body and Bride - this is correct behaviour and if you are breaking these codes your worship is unacceptable.
By Chris Hilton . . .