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Ivriyah Declaration Series: Modesty



What is modesty for an Ivriyah


In a world marked by ever-changing fashion trends and societal norms, the concept of modesty remains a timeless virtue rooted in ancient wisdom. While contemporary definitions of modesty often revolve around clothing choices and outward appearance, a deeper exploration reveals profound insights embedded within the pages of biblical scripture. 


Scriptures related to modesty

1 Timothy 2:9-10 (KJV): "In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array; but (which becometh women professing godliness) with good works."
1 Peter 3:3-4 (KJV): "Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear—but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in Yahuah's sight is very precious."
Proverbs 31:30 (KJV): "Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears Yahuah is to be praised."
Titus 2:6-8 (KJV): "Likewise, urge the younger men to be self-controlled. Show yourself in all respects to be a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity, dignity, and sound speech that cannot be condemned, so that an opponent may be put to shame, having nothing evil to say about us."

Ivriyah, as the original innovator, remains a beacon of beacon of light for modesty apparel and modest spirit, illuminating its significance in shaping personal identity, relationships, and values.


Biblical modesty transcends mere external adornment, emphasizing the cultivation of humility, integrity, and reverence for the Most High Yahuah. This principle extends beyond outward appearance to encompass purity of heart, mind, and spirit. There is a connection between modesty and moral integrity. Practicing Modesty fosters an environment of respect, dignity, and mutual honor in relationships. 


In today’s social media world clamoring for attention and validation, the timeless principles of biblical modesty offer a counter-cultural vision rooted in humility, integrity, and reverence for the Most High Yah. By embracing modesty as a reflection of inner virtue, honoring Yah in body and spirit, respecting others, and discerning cultural nuances, believers can cultivate authentic identity and values that reflect the transformative power of Ha’mashiach's love. In embodying the essence of biblical modesty, individuals and communities bear witness to the beauty of holiness and the enduring relevance of The Most High's timeless truths and precepts in a rapidly changing world. Ivriyah is modest in appearance because it reflects our inner virtue. Ivriyah is modest in her behavior because she Honors the Most High with body and spirit. Ivriyah is modest in her environment 


Respecting Others and Cultivating Healthy Relationships:

As Ivriyah display modesty as a reflection of Inner virtue they wear Biblical modesty that transcends mere external adornment, emphasizing the cultivation of humility, integrity, and reverence for the Most High Yah. As Ivriyah women honoring Yah in body and spirit as a way to emphasize the importance of guarding one's thoughts and desires, highlighting the connection between modesty and moral integrity. When we interact with others we behave with modesty which fosters an environment of respect, dignity, and mutual honor in relationships. Despite living in a patriarchal society, Ivriyah has courageous acceptance of her divine calling exemplifies modesty as a disposition of faith, obedience, and humility. In this world clamoring for attention and validation, the timeless principles of biblical modesty offer a counter-cultural vision reverenced for God.


Self-Affirmations for Modesty
  • I appreciate my accomplishments with humility and gracefulness.

  • I let my actions speak for themselves.

  • I am content and grateful for what I have.

  • I am modest in my demeanor and respectful in my interactions.

  • I practice modesty, not to diminish myself, but to acknowledge the captivating beauty of TMH image.

  • I am secure in my worth and do not seek excessive praise or attention from others.


A Prayer

Abba Yahuah, I pray to have a lifestyle more than clothing in Modesty. I pray to allow my temple to be attractive by being humble, quiet, and not boastful. I pray to be a woman of High value by having a modest attitude in love and Yah-fidence. I pray to serve others with love and humility seeking your guidance in all that I do. I pray to have freedom in Christ along with Honoring El Shaddai with my body surpassing outward appearance but to encompass purity of heart, mind, and spirit. In Yahusha's Name, So Be it.


This article was written by Yoana AnaYah. Read more at www.almightyshouse.life.

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