The Godly Truth About Bikinis - FINALLY Someone Gets It!



  • 2014-03-05T23:29:09

Maria Neida Alvarado Totally agree I think women who where dental floss to the beach have self esteem issues. Probably the same if not more then someone overweight. If you are so comfortable you don't need to dress in dental floss. You know you look great modestly dressed. You want me to raise my boys to respect women but there are women they will never respect because they don't respect themselves.

  • 2014-03-05T23:16:59

Anthony Thompson Iv is this the type of message you put out or receive at Water of life Christian Church? beauty is only defined by plastic surgery and diets. I feel for any of your non stereotypical beautiful women in your church.

  • 2014-03-05T23:15:22

Karli Addele Moore Ditto! Its funny how ppl talk about Christian morals yet seem to apply it to only things and ppl that suite their taste. Apparently many find it attractive or the society would die out. Also not everyone finds fake breast attractive. Lets not even get started on Luciano Dos Santos savage comment.

  • 2014-03-05T22:22:01

[Double posted]

  • 2014-03-05T16:59:28

I just want to point out, I know of some congregations who would call the speaker herself immodest because her dress has no sleeves. We all have differing definitions of the word "modest."

  • 2014-03-05T11:09:04

Cam Crowder every woman i have ever known has body image issues ... so actually you just defeated your own argument, because the bikini is just more pressure to conform to a bullshit media image that very few real women do. so thank you for putting your case to death. (btw i work 6 days a week eleven hours a day, have a sick wife and haven't had a vacation/ day off in two years, so if i was supposed to sympathise, i don't really sympathise that much)

  • 2014-03-05T11:01:06

Jenny Lee Ortiz Miss Lee, i am an agnostic so god does not have anything to do with this. But what i do know is how dude around my age think, since the same flows through my mind once upon a time. i have excellent self control but you cannot expect guys to behave as you say, atleast not in the direction our society is moving. From the age of around 12-21 guys are driven mainly by hormone so there is no helping that. if all dudes were to learn the kind of control you have in mind this whole clothing problem would be a thing of the pass. but sadly it isnt, in the end we human are desire driven people, everyone is moved by desire. i feel that the kind of clothing trend we're moving toward is one that's driven purely by sexual desires. i like this saying" a person is smart, but peoples are stupid", so instead of expecting what people should be, we should exercise some restraint ourselves.

  • 2014-03-05T10:39:14

Cam Crowder if everyone wear what they want(and girls have) than it just make this video more relevant. morals are getting destroy one after another and i would just like to see some remain intact by the time i have kids of my own.

  • 2014-03-05T05:35:03

I wonder what God thinks about all of our opinons? He gave his Word to instruct us how too live and please Him. ;Modesty is the Scriptual truth and is for all people, especially for those who are born of the of the Spirit and trying to live to please thier Creator. Some good comon sense always helps in these matters.

  • 2014-03-05T04:09:56

Mark Winstanley Yeah, I probably did take too long. Working doubles 3 days straight can do that to you. Anyway, as for body-shaming, I've known enough young girls who've had that issue. It's very real and very sad. I do what I can to help people in that situation, and yeah, it's kind of close to my heart. So, while it's an issue you might not have heard (and frankly, I'm not surprised) it's an issue that needs to be addressed.

  • 2014-03-05T03:30:56

Cam Crowder nah you took too long to reply ... sadly another fail... i still don't know where you get the whole body shaming crap from ... is that a buzz word you and your freinds use to sound cool?

  • 2014-03-05T03:14:34

Mark Winstanley I do what I can, sir. XD Even though you've missed most of the major points I've made, at least it got a response out of you, so that's nice. I like it when people actually take the time to comment on something that I consider a serious issue. I'll probably continue posting my "texted diarrhea" elsewhere on the 'net, since I'm sure there's some young girl out there, body-shaming herself for no reason, that needs to hear it. Feel free to follow suit if you like. XD

  • 2014-03-04T18:15:24


  • 2014-03-04T16:32:38

I think she did a great job here! god·ly adjective \-lē\ : believing in God and in the importance of living a moral life. The things people pick apart are unreal!!

  • 2014-03-04T15:49:26

Love her.

  • 2014-03-04T15:07:21

Some creeds have very strict dress codes, and many believe it best to refer to the texts for guidance. Many religious texts are contradictory. Proof of this lies within the hundreds of denominations of different churches & beliefs. When it comes to any issue as intangible as this, interpretation(the driving force between contradicting beliefs) is the key to realizing it is important to be pragmatic. Something we can all agree on is that God gave all of us the choice of free-will. Adam & Eve had the choice of free-will before & after eating the "fruit". We have the same freedom. A swim-suit is nothing more than a swim-suit. It is free-will whether anyone wants to wear one. It is interpretation & free-will that selects whether or not you make it sexual. The beauty of free-will also exists in capitalism. If this woman wants to sell swimsuits she has that right. The bottom-line is this if we are honest with ourselves everything else will fall into place.

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