The Godly Truth About Bikinis - FINALLY Someone Gets It!



  • 2014-03-11T22:00:44

Wayne Holden If you read the bible God clearly says it is our duty to make such "claims". The bible says "the spiritual man makes judgements about all things" it also discusses modesty, and dressing appropriately. Striving to please God, is not sinful. Willfully disobeying God and following your own itching ears, IS.

  • 2014-03-11T13:50:17

What a great message for Christian young women. Next, I hope you design summer wear which does not expose so much of a woman's breasts. This is another area where girls seem to feel pressure to conform to current fashion. Thank you for your ministry.

  • 2014-03-10T17:47:17

there is a's called heaven

  • 2014-03-10T11:26:20

Tim Buckle I grew up in one of those tribal societies (15 years), and live in a country with a lot of other ones just like it (the second most in the world). I'm gonna ask you to not comment on what you don't know. Child abuse, sex, rape, whatever you term it depending on age disparity and cooperation are the norm... I would agree that culture can determine modesty, but you are way off base about their brains and how they're programmed...

  • 2014-03-09T01:03:43

Cam Crowder The way you are speaking is as if "anything goes".....Then wear are the limitations in life in general? what makes one person comfortable can make many others uncomfortable and v.s. There always has to be guidelines and limitations to protect all of humanity and that doesn't harm or effect anyone.

  • 2014-03-09T00:57:05

Wayne Holden God has everything to do with it. He created us and He has the right to make laws/guidelines for His creation, and look out for our best interest. That's like saying your mother had you but has no right to gear you in the right directions in life.

  • 2014-03-07T14:51:58

What a wonderful brainwashing video. This video is rediculous.

  • 2014-03-06T03:57:32

Jenny Lee Ortiz but from what i can understand, there are girls that are looking to objectify themselves. and if you're looking to change this inequality, clothes is gonna be one of those that is gonna matter and im not saying it should. and when i talk of restraint or control over oneself, i mean exectly that. if you're seeking respect in today society in a manner you're speaking of, is it not the best thing in your interest to not wear thing that makes you look like a piece of meat? i am not saying that bikinis is the problem, but you as well as i know that what a person wear reflect much about who they are. is there a standard in your mind when someone dress like a prostitute and when they dress to go to school? i have seen a girl wearing a white yoga pant while wearing highlighted pink thong walking around school, and forgive me for thinking that she was just a piece of meat.

  • 2014-03-06T03:40:16

I don't want to hurt anyone!

  • 2014-03-06T03:29:07

Mark Thomas We shall find out!!

  • 2014-03-06T01:58:31

Do you think fb is ready for that? :D

  • 2014-03-06T01:55:18

Cam Crowder nothing wrong with enjoying your fave drinks and candy lol ... i'm 45 happily married and have done a bit of living lol done just about every job there is to do. played in bands a lot of my life. enjoy playing and recording music. it's all good, i like a good debate. sadly my exhaustion from working 6 days a week 11 hours a day and caring for my sick wife have dulled my edge lol ... take it easy. friend me if you want, i'll accept

  • 2014-03-06T01:48:35

Mark Winstanley Reality is what you make it in the end. Seems like we both have our own realities, and neither of us is going to be shaken out of what we believe. That said, let me level with you. Over half the responses I gave above were intended to troll. The main reason for that was to see your response, and I've gotta say I do see where you're coming from, and I have a certain respect for the fact that you argued your points so aggressively. Granted, I disagree with 90% of what you had to say, but you stood up and said it, and that means something to me. Let's be real, if everyone agreed on everything, the world would be a boring place. I don't want everyone to agree with me; I just want people to think. That's what the initial post was really about, and I can see it worked. Now, I completely stand behind what I said in that first post, don't get me wrong, but I've also enjoyed seeing your responses, believe it or not. XD And no Mark, I'm not a teen (although my abnormal love of peach sunkist and gummy worms might argue otherwise), I'm 23, married, and have a pretty darn happy life. XD Anyway, that's about it, I guess. Maybe someday in the future we can have an actual discussion about an issue like this outside of the comments and see where it goes.

  • 2014-03-06T01:35:51

Cam Crowder i don't need pop psychology books. but thank you anyway. i don't know how old you are but you sound like a teen ... maybe when you get a little older and wiser and put down those books and observe reality, it will make sense

  • 2014-03-06T01:27:34

Mark Winstanley And yet again you don't get it. Sorry, but I really can't make it any more plain for you. The only thing I can really say is, maybe do a little research. Read a book or two on psychology, sociology, feminism, etc. Maybe that'll help give you a new perspective. Then again, maybe it won't. Never hurts to broaden your horizons a little bit though. XD

  • 2014-03-06T01:19:30

Cam Crowder where does the shame come from cam? is it as if by magic it appears... no. it is caused by comparison ... the world is changing, it is getting worse every day, and folks creating nonsense like yourself help that heaps

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