Tag Archives: clothed in Christ

Christians and Costumes – thoughts apropos to Halloween

[This post from the archives isn’t specifically about Halloween, but it is about costumes and masks.] *** In one The Lizzie Bennet Diaries videos, there’s a line that hit me between the eyes: “Everyone’s wearing a costume every day.” I know I … Continue reading

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Modesty Police – a misuse of power and authority

I posted this a while back on Twitter and Facebook. It’s a take on Matthew 5:27-29, where Jesus teaches: You have heard that it was said, “You shall not commit adultery.” But I tell you that anyone who looks at … Continue reading

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I Get Paid To Wear A Black Muumuu

In one The Lizzie Bennet Diaries videos, one line hit me between the eyes: “Everyone’s wearing a costume every day.” I know I do. Wear a costume, that is. It’s expected of me. I call it my black muumuu. The thing is, … Continue reading

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Everyone’s Wearing A Costume Every Day

Masks The title is taken from one of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries* off-shoot videos, where Lydia and Jane talk about Halloween. The line hit me between the eyes: “Everyone’s wearing a costume every day.” I know I do. It’s expected and … Continue reading

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