Women, let us walk humbly before the Lord and not put all our emphasis on our outward appearances. 1 Peter 3:3-4 reads, “Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes. Rather, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God's sight.”
Those verses remind me of Isaiah 3:16-26. In that chapter, Prophet Isaiah described the haughtiness of the daughters of Zion.
This is how he described them...
They walked with outstretched necks and glanced wantonly (lustfully) with their eyes, tingling with their feet
Because their attitudes and behaviors displeased God, he judged them severely. In verse 17, Isaiah prophesied that the Lord would strike those women with scabs on their heads and “lay bare their secret parts.”
The Lord also promised to take away their finery of anklets, headbands, crescents (necklaces shaped like the moon), pendants, bracelets, scarves, headdresses, armlets, sashes, perfume boxes, signet rings, nose rings, festal robes, mantles, cloaks, handbags, mirrors, linen garments, turbans, and veils.
Instead of those beautiful items, those women would have rottenness, baldness, skirt of sackcloth, and branding.
Finally, their men would fall by the sword in battle, and the women would live in mourning.
Read more about these women and their behaviors with the men.
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