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Opinion: Bible Verses That Said Women Shouldn't Wear Trousers, Plait Hair, Makeup and Earrings

However, while contemporary gospel teachers and scriptural preachers have drawn on the Bible for a variety of teachings, some leaders of the Church teach and believe in specifics that differ from those found in the Bible. Some church leaders believe that wearing shoes, removing ties, and eye pins, among other things, is a sin, whereas others believe that doing anything that has been previously stated is not a sin.

It is critical, because pastors may be able to teach us things that are different from what is mentioned in the Bible, that we as followers seek truth for ourselves rather than rely on them.

1. A man shall not put on a woman's garment because everything he does [is] an abomination to the Almighty, your God; therefore, he shall not do so. Deuteronomy 22:5 is a verse from the Bible.

2. I Timothy 2:9, so that women may be adorned with modest clothing and shame, rather than with broken hair, jewelry, perls, or expensive varnish, as the Bible instructs.

3. Exodus 28:42-You shall make linen breaks for them, covering their nakedness: thus they shall touch from afar to the thighs, and they shall touch from afar to the thighs, and they shall touch from afar to the thighs,

Fourth, in accordance with 1 Peter 3:3-4: Those who put on their heads, their gold, or their clothing, let it not be an act of outward worship.

5. I Timothy 2:8 - Then, lifting holy hands, I will pray all around without anger or hesitation. And I'm going to have to pray.

6. 1 Timothy 2:9-10- In the same way, women should dress modestly, with shame and sobriety, rather than with brown hair, or with gold, or pearls, or expensive vestments.

Then take a look at what the Bible has to say about the church leaders who are tasked with passing on the word of God in our day and age.

Hebrews 13:17 says, "Go and submit to your gods, for they are keeping watch over your souls and the souls of those who are accountable." Hebrews 13:17 is a verse that states that Allow them to do this joyfully, rather than gauntly, so that you do not benefit.

It is clear from the preceding scripture that, if we speak in Christian terms, we must obey the Pastor's orders because his teaching is divine and does not punish him for any reason.

Even when you follow your pastor's orders, make certain that you live your life in accordance with the teachings of the Bible. You should not consider your level of confidence when determining your reaction.

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