Christians are not to imitate the extravagance of those who deck themselves, wether in clothing or jewels, merely to attract admiration and attention to themselves. [Gal 5:26] ...being desirous of vainglory. The extensive wardrobe and jewelry of Hebrew women is suggested by the catalogue given in Isa 3:18-24: anklets, cauls, crescents, pendants, bracelets, mufflers, headtires, ankle chains, sashes, perfume-boxes, amulets, rings, nose-jewels, festival robes, mantles, shawls, satchels, hand-mirrors, fine linen, turbans, veils. (all which are fine in themselves) But the elaborateness of this ornamentation throws light on the apostle Peter's counsel to Christian women not to make their focus, the adorning of the external, and the putting on of showy apparel, but rather to have the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit.
As saints of God, then, holy and dearly loved, let your behaviour be marked by pity and mercy, kind feeling, a low opinion of yourselves, gentle ways, and a power of undergoing all things;(BBE)
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