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I Chro 16:29, Give to the Lord the glory due His name; Bring an offering, and come before Him. Oh, worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness!”

I Peter 3:3, 4 “Do not let your adornment be merely outward—arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel— rather let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God.”

Holiness is applied in our worship and sacrificial offerings. If we see in the history and in our fellowships, almost all godly women are prayer warriors. They pour out their heart in tears (joy or sorrow) at His feet. This way of worshiping, God delights; He was delighted when the woman who poured out the fragrant oil in His feet and washed His feet with her tears and wiped it out with her hair. She worshiped her Lord in humbleness and humility; with gentle and quiet spirit, she expressed her love for the Master.  As a bride and daughter of Zion, our heart expresses our beauty, we need to worship our Lord in holiness which is the internal beauty that our Bridegroom only see it. If God wants to delight in our worship, our worship should display the beauty in us, which is the holiness. This internal worship is much more pleasing in the sight of the Lord than the external act of worship. The faithfulness and our level of perfection determine our beauty. Our beauty of holiness through worship will display our love for Him.

Do not resist God’s working in you. Obey to the separation that the Holy Spirit calls for, even though it is painful and looks unloving (In the eyes of the world). This is for your benefit, for your growth and for your beauty in front of the Lord.  Holiness will display your love, beauty and readiness to meet the Bridegroom.