by Adrian Rogers

The Wonders Of Womanhood
Adrian Rogers
Titus 2:1-5

Take God's word please and find the book of Titus, that's back toward the back of the New Testament. The book of Titus, and in a moment we are going to share together the first five versus. Last week we talked about "True Masculinity," real virility. What is a maximum man? Today we are going to talk about the wonders of womanhood. And the wealth of true womanhood, as we talk about family values. So all you ladies, this is specially for you, so pay attention. Look if you will in Titus chapter 2, verse 1. "But speak thou things which become sound doctrine." Now ladies, look at the word "become". has anyone ever told you when you were wearing a special dress that dress is becoming to you. The idea here is that which beautifies sound doctrine. Just skip ahead for a moment and look if you will in verse 10 for example, he says "Not purloining, but showing all good fidelity; that they may adorn the doctrine of God." It's the same thought and the word adorn here is the word for cosmetics. He's saying this is the way to make things beautiful. To take the word of God and make it a becoming thing, a beautiful thing. And, uh, again I want to say, just in passing a word about cosmetics. Every now and then people ask is it wrong, a sin, ah to wear cosmetics. I really don't think so. Matter of fact, in some instances I think the opposite would be true, ha. Now, you know you can overdo anything, some of these women look like they have a penicillin farm on their face, look like a jack-a-lantern, what they do to their eyes with a candle blown out. I'm not talking about that. Your eyes are there to give radiance and beauty, but we are talking not here about your physical face, but your lifestyle that adorns the word of God and brings beauty into your home. Well, lets continue to read. "But speak thou things which become sound doctrine. That the aged men may be sober, grave, temperate, sound in faith, in charity, in ...

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