She clothes herself in strength and dignity tattoo

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RentasticReads (The United States)’s review of Dignity

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She is clothed in strength and dignity tattoo

Throughout my walk of faith I see how God has been teaching me about modesty. Even I have fallen short in this area. Modesty is not only for women it is for men as well. Professing Christian women dressing like prostitutes. Many churches today are nothing but fashion shows where people go to show off their immodest clothing and worship a god that they made up in their mind.

She tweeted :. That I am alive because I am alive.
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If we can help educate, empower, and resource her, she can change the world! We believe that women are the future leaders of their communities. They bear and raise the children, care for the home, and often work outside the home to provide for their families. However, there are very few programs designed to intentionally prepare them for the weighty responsibilities they often face at a young age. These girls are not adequately prepared to be mothers and yet are responsible for caring for babies and young children, the most vulnerable demographic when it comes to water-related illnesses. In fact, parasitic diseases remain the major killers of children between the ages of 0 and 5 in the developing world Source: WHO.

It is from the bible. I did not chose it because of its religious connotations. The specific verse is from Proverbs I chose this particular verse because no words better describe the heaven and hell I have experienced while living on this earth. My journey has actually made me stray away from the teachings of the church and find my own beliefs. My greatest challenge in life came to me 8 years ago and I continue to struggle with everyday.

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