Charm Or Beauty, What Are You Trying To Display?

Today my sister got the most excellent complement while in Starbucks. A man flagged her down and asked her was she a Christian? My sister responded yes, and the man stated that he could tell because of the light that was shining from her. I can’t say that I’ve had the same experience, but what I will say is that I do hope that my character, my attitude, and my actions resembles Christ.


The Bible says that beauty is fleeting but a woman who praises the Lord should be honored.
There’s a certain confidence that a woman who has a relationship with Christ portrays. Whether she’s married or single, a person should be able to tell this about her. Everyday our prayer as women should be, God anything that is in me, that is not like You, take it out so that I resemble more of You, God.


Societies definition of beauty should not be our definition of what true beauty is. In fact many people have mastered what it is to be charming, but their hearts, attitude is far from such. Charm does not equate to Beauty. In fact the definition of charm is
the power or quality of giving delight or arousing admiration. To me in that definition that person is actually not being real or true to who they are. They’re trying to be deceptive, alluring to others. True beauty comes from God. In fact a woman who knows how to praise, worship, and spend time with God is beautiful.


Why is it that we live for the honor of man and despise what God wants to show us about ourselves? Isn’t it He who created us in fact the word of the Lord says that we are fearfully and wonderfully made. The Bible also reminds us that we are made in the imagine of God.


Ladies we should never define are beauty based on looks. Physically I have seen the most beautiful women however what made them ugly was their character and their attitudes. Yet, the most plain looking women, according to the world standards, were the most beautiful women I have met.  It is because they had grace, love, and mercy towards others.


Some of the most beautiful women I admired were praying women of God. Women who served others and literally placed others before herself. These women never looked for  praise or sought attention, however people were often attracted to the light inside of them. Now, what type of attention are  you seeking ladies? Do you want the true beauty that comes from God? Or do you want to charm others to see a beauty that’s not really there?

Proverbs 31:30

Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting;
   but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.


Do you want the true beauty that comes from God? Or do you want to charm others to see a beauty that’s not really there?

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