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Chapter 4 – Fasting
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The Temptation to Be Proud of What You Wear

The Temptation to Admire Immodest Styles

The Temptation to Wear Uncomfortable or Unnatural Fashions That Require Getting Used to It

Moreover the LORD saith,

Because the daughters of Zion are haughty,

and walk with stretched forth necks

and wanton eyes,

walking and mincing as they go,

and making a tinkling with their feet:

(Isaiah 3:16)

     Because the daughters of Zion are haughty, and walk with stretched forth necks - Haughty.  Pronounced “hottie”, but doesn’t mean anything so complimentary.  The dictionary says it means “disdainfully proud”1.  As for “stretched forth necks”, that sounds suspiciously similar to “stiff-necked”.  That implies pride.  When we are proud of our clothes we tend to pay a lot of attention to what everybody else is wearing, comparing our clothes to everyone else’s.  And we will either look down on other people, thinking we are better than them, because our clothes are better, or we will be envious of those whose clothes seem cooler than ours.  This is wrong, because it is allowing clothes to determine our perception of a person’s worth, when everyone’s worth is already set at infinite.

     I remember one day as I was going to school I was so proud of what I was wearing.  I felt like I was the epitome of cool.  A little warning thought popped into the back of my mind that I was being very proud and I’d better watch it… but I shoved that thought away.  I was having too much fun being cool.  I was waiting at an intersection for the little walkie-man, and when it appeared, I started running across, because I knew I looked even cooler running.  About midway across, the toe of my sandaled right foot caught in my left pant leg, and WHAM!!  Down I went onto the asphalt, right in front of everybody.  For a second I was incredibly humiliated, and then I remembered that I had been warned ahead of time by that still small voice.  With that, my sense of proportion returned and I knew I was just myself, and I knew that Heavenly Father had just humbled me.  I went on my way laughing at how silly I had been to think that I was so cool.  It taught me that Heavenly Father doesn’t like us to get cocky about our clothes. 

     [W]anton eyes - What does it mean to have “wanton eyes”?  I looked up “wanton” in the dictionary.  It said: “. . .lewd. . .bawdy. . .sensual. . .unrestrained. . .extravagant”.2  Based on this definition, “wanton eyes” could mean that the fashions we prefer looking at are lewd, bawdy, sensual, unrestrained, and extravagant.  One example of having wanton eyes would be looking at the prom dress catalogues and wishing that you could wear what I like to call “gownless evening straps”. 

     Isaiah teaches a fascinating lesson in just those two words “wanton eyes” – we are so affected by what we look at, that if we see a new fashion, even if we know it is immodest or too extravagant, we want it.  It is true that when you only see pictures of people dressed immodestly, you begin to think it is normal, you begin to like the look, and you begin to feel frustrated that you can’t wear that look because it is against your standards. 

     This warning about “wanton eyes” isn’t just for girls.  Guys, you need to be careful of what you look at, because it is a small step between looking at immodestly dressed girls and looking at pornography.  “Bounce” your eyes away.

     [W]alking and mincing as they go - Mincing.  Hmm.  Looks like I’ll have to be satisfied with the definition of “mince” - “to walk with short steps in a prim affected manner”.3  Since the word “affected” is such a big part of this definition, we almost have to look this one up too, and it says: “not natural or genuine”.4  So “mincing” describes girls pretending to be elegant and dainty and walking with short steps when they aren’t naturally elegant, dainty, and don’t ordinarily walk with short steps. 

     What are some fashions that cause girls to change the way they walk?

     How about the case of high heels?  Every girl knows that before you can appear in public in your first pair of high heels you have to practice walking around the house in them until your ankles don’t wobble.  And how do you walk in high heels so that your ankles don’t wobble?  You take much shorter steps.  Your walk becomes.. a mince.  It takes a while to get used to it.  (And they’re bad for your feet.)

     Let me think.  Are there any other articles of clothing that force girls to walk with shorter steps than they’d like to?  Hmm.  Tight skirts!  Ugh!  I’m the kind of girl who likes to take flights of stairs two steps at a time, and tight skirts cut the length of my stride down to one step at a time on the stairs.  And furthermore, if I want to get somewhere fast, they force me to do these teeny steps really fast.  It’s so obnoxious.  It takes a while to get used to that too.

     Are you starting to see a pattern here?  It seems to me that with his use of “mincing” with its subtext of affectedness, Isaiah talks about how we are forced to change our behavior to fit the fashions we wear.  Is that backwards, or what?  We shouldn’t have to change; fashion should change to fit our lifestyle.  Any fashion that forces you to “get used to it” or practice wearing it is bad fashion.  Same for any fashion that requires you to constantly adjust it to stay modest.

The Temptation to Think That Looking Good is Everything

The Temptation to Think That the Lord Doesn’t Try to Teach Us to Dress Modestly

Therefore the Lord will smite with a scab the crown of the head of the daughters of Zion,

and the LORD will discover their secret parts.

(Isaiah 3:17)

     Therefore the Lord will smite with a scab the crown of the head of the daughters of Zion - How does the Lord smite our heads with a scab when we worry too much about looking good and fashion and stuff like that?  I can think of one thing.  Zits.  The bane of teenagers everywhere.  If there’s one thing that humbles teenagers to the dust, it is zits.  And if you pick ‘em, they bleed and then you have a scab.

     It stands to reason that if we spend too much time thinking about our looks to the exclusion of the things that really matter in life, the Lord would hit us with something that would affect our looks in the hope that it would push us to find meaning and purpose elsewhere in our lives.

     [T]he LORD will discover their secret parts - How many of you girls read Seventeen or Teen or YW magazines?  I used to read them a little bit when I was a teenager, back when I had “wanton eyes”.  I always liked to read the stories girls sent in about the embarrassing, humiliating things that happened to them.  It constantly amazed me how many stories involved some girl accidentally exposing the private parts of her body to everyone around because of an immodest article of clothing or a sudden “wardrobe malfunction”.  For instance, there’s the girl who tried to water-ski for the first time wearing a tie-on bikini.  It was just asking for trouble when that first wipeout came along.  (Cringe.)  Then there are girls who wear very short skirts.  The first gust of wind comes by, and whooooops! Hello, underwear, it’s not nice to see you.  The above line of Isaiah suggests that it is the Lord causing these things to happen.  You may be wondering, “Why would the Lord do such a thing?”  Relaaaaax, I don’t think He gets His jollies from doing it; I sense that He does it to try to teach people that they need to wear clothes that cover better.

The Temptation to Use Fashion as a Means of Getting Attention

18 In that day the Lord will take away the bravery of their tinkling ornaments about their feet, and their cauls, and their round tires like the moon,

19 The chains, and the bracelets, and the mufflers,

20 The bonnets, and the ornaments of the legs, and the headbands, and the tablets, and the earrings,

21 The rings, and nose jewels,

22 The changeable suits of apparel, and the mantles, and the wimples, and the crisping pins,

23 The glasses, and the fine linen, and the hoods, and the vails.

(Isaiah 3:18-23)

     [T]he Lord will take away the bravery of their tinkling ornaments - What does Isaiah mean about the “bravery” of all this ornamentation?  He’s talking about the outfits that are so daring and different that you have to be brave to wear them.  Usually, the people who are brave enough to wear them do it to get attention. 

     There are all kinds of things people wear to get attention.  Some people like to wear lots of jewelry, after the manner of “bling-bling”.  Others like to wear bright colors and crazy print patterns.  I knew a few guys in high school who wore blue goggles around their neck.  Another guy I knew wore to high school a 2-liter pop bottle suspended around his neck by a piece of string.  It was empty except for a paper on which was written “John 3:16”.  There was a Kook-Aid fad; some of my classmates experimented with dying their hair various colors of the rainbow using Kool-Aid.  And let’s not forget the girls who dress immodestly to get attention from boys.  Some people like to wear clothing styles of other nationalities.  I knew a girl who liked wearing an Indian sari to church, even though she wasn’t Indian.  Others like to wear clothing from different time periods.  Like wearing medieval garb every once in a while, as I’ve seen a few people do at BYU.  I knew a guy in my high school who participated in Civil War reenactments on the weekends, and he liked to wear his Civil War uniform to school occasionally.  Other people go “retro”. 

     It is the craving for attention and positive reinforcement that drives us to be brave and adopt daring or unusual styles, and when Isaiah says that the Lord will take away the bravery of a whole list of accessories and articles of clothing, we can interpret that to mean that there will come a day when we will become secure in our identity to the point that we no longer feel a gnawing urge to wear flashy or odd or fancy baubles or clothes in order to get attention.  One thing that helps us to become secure with who we are is gaining a testimony that we are sons and daughters of God and that He loves us.  In comparison to that, staying on the bleeding edge of fashion becomes about as important as a hairball coughed up by the cat. 

     I know this time comes, because I’ve experienced it.  I used to be the type of person that loved to wear very bright, colorful clothes with wild patterns to get attention.  One Sunday as I got dressed for church I realized making a splash wearing my crazy clothes wasn’t the big huge deal it had been to me before.  I wondered, “Have I become afraid all of a sudden?”  No, I wasn’t afraid.  It was simply that I knew my own worth did not depend upon my clothes, and there were more important things to get excited about.  This did not mean I started dressing like a slob.  Fashion just was no longer an obsession.

     I mentioned the bravery of girls who wear immodest clothing to get attention from guys.  Something that takes away a girl’s bravery to wear immodest clothing is learning the kind of effect it really has on guys.  (It’s like waving the red flag in front of the bull of carnal desires.  Very, very bad.  We girls don’t want that.  We just want guys to notice us for the gorgeous women we are.  Fortunately, they are hard-wired to do that anyway.)  Once we realize what the effect of immodest clothes is, we are far more inclined to avoid wearing anything revealing, because being covered feels safer for us.

The Temptation to Think That There Aren’t Consequences Attached to Caring Too Much About Fashion.

The Temptation to Adopt Extreme Styles

     Isaiah prophesied the consequences of allowing fashion to run amok:

24 And it shall come to pass, that instead of sweet smell there shall be stink;

and instead of a girdle a rent;

and instead of well set hair baldness;

and instead of a stomacher a girding of sackcloth;

and burning instead of beauty.

25      Thy men shall fall by the sword,

     and thy mighty in the war.

26         And her gates shall lament and mourn;

               and she being desolate shall sit upon the ground.

(Isaiah 3:24-26)

     In essence, these few verses of Isaiah describe how fashion, with its constant need for the “newest thing”, can go so far as to turn things topsy-turvy.  Fashion will mock what was beautiful before, calling it ugly in order to get people to buy what it is selling at that moment, and which people would never have considered attractive until fashion began to tell them it was so.

     [I]nstead of sweet smell there shall be stink - Something I can think up that makes people smell really bad is smoking.  Yuck, talk about stench.  It’s like the devil’s perfume. 

     [I]nstead of a girdle a rent - A girdle is a belt.  Lots of girls already have rents in their clothing; their shirts don’t come down to the tops of their pants, so their bellies show.  This immodesty must have looked to Isaiah like they had no belt and that their clothes were torn around the waistline.

     [I]nstead of well set hair baldness - Isaiah could have seen all the girls with boy haircuts, and have been totally shocked.  In Isaiah’s time all women had long, long hair, so many modern girls must have looked bald to him.  Guys aren’t excused from this prophecy either, if they shave their heads.  None of that skinhead stuff, ‘kay?

     [I]nstead of a stomacher a girding of sackcloth - What the heck is a “stomacher”?  Ah-ha, there’s a footnote for this word in the scriptures!  The footnote to “stomacher” says “a robe”.  I haven’t seen girls wearing burlap as a fashion statement yet, have you?  Burlap would definitely be pretty disreputable-looking though.  Maybe he’s talking about the styles of deliberately looking disreputable, like the grunge look.

     Another thought that comes to mind is that in Isaiah’s day, people girded themselves with sackcloth only when they were in mourning.  What does our culture do when we are in mourning (since we are likening Isaiah to ourselves)?  We wear black.  I’ve read some places that more than one hundred years ago widows were supposed to wear black for at least a year.  Are there people today who wear all black merely as a fashion statement?  Absolutely.  I also think of people who are into the “gothic” look of black clothes and black makeup. 

     But what’s wrong with wearing all black every once in a while?  I don’t know.  Is there danger of people thinking we are mourning someone’s death?  Not anymore, because wearing black has been deprived of that meaning.  Before, if someone wore black, you’d know not to mention certain subjects to them.  But now there’s no way to know.

     [B]urning instead of beauty - The footnote for “burning” says “branding (a mark of slavery)”.  Ouch!  Thank you, no, I am not a cow.  No branding for me.  Fortunately getting zapped with a red-hot piece of iron isn’t the fashion right now, but I can think of another kind of “burning” that is considered stylish.  Sunburning.  Also known as tanning.  Back in Isaiah’s day, women were considered more beautiful the lighter their skin was.  Light skin meant a person was rich enough that they didn’t need to be out working in the sun all day.

     Another thing that the “burning” of branding makes me think of is the permanent marks it would leave on the skin.  Today there is a similar practice that seems fashionable and also leaves permanent marks on the skin – tattooing.

     Isaiah wants us to escape the consequences the rest of the crowd will suffer.  He wants us to ask ourselves whether we think fitting in with these fashions is really worth it when the consequences are the following:

     Thy men shall fall by the sword, and thy mighty in the war - What happens to people who look disreputable because of extreme fashion styles?  I’ve spent a lot of thought on this and I’ve observed people wherever I go, and I think I finally put it all together into a process.  First, people are intimidated by those who wear extreme styles.  They are afraid to get to know them, because they think they are displaying on their outsides what they are like on their insides.  (Yes, yes, I know many times it is not really the case that people are like how they dress, but enough people are how they dress that it is hard to tell the difference.)  So, people avoid those who wear extreme clothes, out of self-preservation.  As a result, the people wearing extreme styles are isolated from much of society, even if they are good people.  People who are isolated are forced to look where they can for friends and may involve themselves in drugs and join gangs for acceptance, both of which lead to violence – gang warfare, drug overdose, or prison.  They’ll be left desolate.

     And her gates shall lament and mourn - I was thinking about this phrase, since it puzzled me, and I thought of a common expression that made more sense.  It could mean something was “in sad shape”.  Maybe Isaiah said “her gates shall lament and mourn” just like today we might say “her gates will be in sad shape”.  That would make sense, because if people aren’t careful to cover their bodies in an adequate, modest way, they probably won’t be careful to keep their houses in good repair and looking nice either.  Also, if they care too much about fashion, they won’t have the money it takes to keep up their homes, because they’re always spending it on clothes and accessories.

The Temptation to Be Unhappy About Having To Dress Modestly

The Temptation to Think That It Is Impossible To Dress Modestly Today

I will greatly rejoice in the LORD,

my soul shall be joyful in my God;

     for he hath clothed me with the garments of salvation,

     he hath covered me with the robe of righteousness,

     as a bridegroom decketh himself with ornaments,

     and as a bride adorneth herself with her jewels.

(Isaiah 61:10)

     [H]e hath clothed me with the garments of salvation. . . the robe of righteousness - Symbolism alert!  Clothes are being used to symbolize salvation and righteousness.  What makes salvation and righteousness possible?  The Atonement of Christ!  When we repent, the Atonement covers our sins, just like clothes cover our bare bodies.

     Yet another way of looking at this scripture is that modest articles of clothing are also garments of salvation.  To best realize why this is, it is necessary to consider the opposite case – that immodest clothes are the garments of damnation.  Why would this be true?  Because immodesty repels the guys and girls who could take you to the temple, which decreases your chances of achieving a celestial marriage and eternal exaltation.  Immodesty also attracts all manner of predatory types with less than honorable intentions, thus increasing your chances of being seduced into committing serious transgressions.  Modest clothing, on the other hand, saves you from these scary types, and also gives you access to the temple-worthy types, one of which you hope to marry in the temple someday and secure blessings of exaltation.

      Boys need to be modest too.  I don’t think any girls have ever considered a guy to be modest who wore a speed-o swimsuit or whose pants drooped to the point that a substantial area of underwear was revealed to public view.  Spencer W. Kimball said:

It is just as bad for a man to be undressed as it is for a woman to be undressed and that, I am sure, is the gospel of Christ.  We have only one standard of morality, only one standard of decency, only one standard of modesty, and I hope our men will remember that.  There is no reason why a man should go around half dressed either before the people.5

     One way we know there is one standard of modesty is that men and women’s temple garments cover the same areas of the body.  It is perfect equality.

     There’s another fascinating way to read the phrase “he hath clothed me with the garments of salvation”.  As it is getting more and more difficult to find modest clothes to wear, it means that Heavenly Father so much wants for us to dress modestly that He will help us to find modest, attractive clothes to wear.  We can pray and ask for His inspiration to guide us to stores where we can find modest clothes.  (I’ve done this before going out to try to find shirts that are long enough, and the Lord really helped!) He will clothe us like He clothes the lilies of the field, but we have to do our part by asking stores to carry more modest clothing.

The Temptation to Think That Clothes Don’t Have Anything to Do With How You Are Perceived or Treated

The Temptation to Think You Can’t Do Anything About the Immodesty You See Around You

Awake, Awake;

put on thy strength, O Zion;

put on thy beautiful garments, O Jerusalem, the holy city;

for henceforth there shall no more come into thee the uncircumcised and the unclean.

(Isaiah 52:1)

     [P]ut on thy strength, O Zion; put on thy beautiful garments, O Jerusalem, the holy city - Isaiah is telling us that we will find strength in dressing up, as opposed to dressing down.  I’ll give you an example.  Occasionally I get up in the morning feeling bloated and ugly and just wretched.  Girls, you probably know what I’m talk about.  I found out when I was a teenager that if I dressed up, it counteracted that yucky feeling enough that I could stand to go to school.

     It is a fact that dressing up gives you a psychological edge (strength) against someone who is not.  Have you ever found yourself in a crowd of people dressed in their Sunday best when you were in your normal clothes?  I have.  It’s intimidating.  I went to a general women’s conference in jeans and a t-shirt, walked in, and discovered everyone was in their Sunday best except for me.  I had a mad urge to dash back home and dress up, but I was there already, so I had to suffer through the whole thing feeling like a non-member (“uncircumcised and unclean”).

     If your classmates dress (and act) like they’re going to Sodom and Gomorrah Senior High School, can you dress like them and expect people to recognize right off the bat that your standards are higher than everyone else’s?  Of course not!  So, if you want people to recognize that your standards are higher, you have to dress more modestly.

     [F]or henceforth there shall no more come into thee the uncircumcised and the unclean - I know some of you go to high schools where a large portion of the students are LDS.  I think that if you all were in agreement, you could raise the dress standards of your entire school by all going to school in either your Sunday best or dressy casual clothes.  If you kept it up day after day, after a while everyone else would not be comfortable unless they came to school clean and nicely dressed too.  Henceforth there would no more come into your high school the spiritually uncircumcised and the unclean.  Do you realize that if you did, you’d be literally fulfilling Isaiah’s prophecy?!  Just thinking about it gives me warm goosebumps!  Try it for a week maybe and see what happens.

     What about those of you who don’t go to high schools where a lot of the students are LDS?  Or what if you are the only one in your high school who is LDS?  Dress up for a week anyway and see what happens. 

     Let me tell you about two experiences I had.

     Experience #1: Once upon a time when I was in high school, there was a guy in one of my classes who was fairly good-looking, but who didn’t really stick out.  I wouldn’t have noticed him, but every Thursday he would wear a suit and a tie to school just because.  And he looked really good in a suit.  He seemed to act nicer too.  Every Thursday I couldn’t help but develop a mild crush on him.

     Experience #2: One year at BYU, a guy in my student ward with whom I was friends told me that on Sunday the guys were always checking out the girls because they looked so much more attractive when they were dressed up.  He said, “Yeah, on Sunday they all look so hot, but the rest of the week?  Forget it.”

     If people ask you why you are dressed up, you’ll probably want to have an answer ready.  Here are a few I thought up that you could use.  Or you could make up your own.

Direct: “Because I want to look nice.”

Defiant: “Because I can.”

Fashion-conscious: “Oh, haven’t you noticed?  Revealing attire and dressing down is, like, so five minutes ago.”

Individualist: “I am asserting my individuality.”

Activist: “I’m protesting the establishment of revealing and sloppy clothing styles.  The best method of protest I could come up with was dressing up.  Would you like to protest too?

Self-serving: “I’m trying to wear out my Sunday clothes so that my parents will get me some new ones.”

Scientific: “I’m doing an experiment.  I’m researching the effect that dressing up has on the quality of peer relations in an academic environment.”

Religiously devout: “Let me show you this scripture in the Book of Isaiah…”

     So what have we learned on this topic from Isaiah?

1) Fashion that is unnatural, uncomfortable, and unhealthy should be avoided, not embraced.  Make fashion bend to your needs.

2) Won tons… ooops, I mean looking at wantonly dressed people is bad, even for girls.

3) Wearing immodest clothes is just asking for a humiliating incident of exposure, and those incidents are supposed to teach us that we need to cover ourselves better.

4) When you know you are a daughter or son of God you lose the urge to get attention by the way you dress.

5) Setting your heart upon fashions of the world causes extreme fashions to multiply, none of which are really attractive, and some of which scare people away.

6) When you have to keep up with the world of fashion all the time, it robs you of money that could be spent on more important things.

7) Modest attire is like garments of salvation, because it saves from predators and attracts temple-worthy people.

8) The Lord will help you find modest clothes to wear.

9) Dressing up gives you psychological strength.

10) Large numbers of dressed-up people can bring dress standards up.  Small numbers of dressed up people are noticed and admired.


1 Webster’s School Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 410.

2 Webster’s School Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 1054.

3 Webster’s School Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 570.

4 Webster’s School Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 16.

5 The Teachings of Spencer W. Kimball, edited by Edward L. Kimball, Bookcraft Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah, 1982, p. 286.

* Preface
Chapter 1 – Understanding Isaiah
* Chapter 2 – Leaders and Role Models 
* Chapter 3 – Gangs
Chapter 4 – Fasting 
Chapter 5 – Victims of bullying
 Chapter 6 – Bullying 
Chapter 7 – HomosexualitY
Chapter 8 – DatingPreface.htmlIntroduction.htmlChapter_1.htmlChapter_2.htmlChapter_3.htmlChapter_4.htmlChapter_5.htmlChapter_6.htmlChapter_7.htmlChapter_8.htmlshapeimage_6_link_0shapeimage_6_link_1shapeimage_6_link_2shapeimage_6_link_3shapeimage_6_link_4shapeimage_6_link_5shapeimage_6_link_6shapeimage_6_link_7shapeimage_6_link_8shapeimage_6_link_9
 Chapter 9 – Chastity
 Chapter 10 – Obtaining Joy and Satisfaction
 Chapter 11 – Fashion  and Modesty
  Chapter 12 – Rebellion 
Chapter 13 – Church Meetings
Chapter 14 – Hypocrisy (Sunday-only Mormons)
 Chapter 15 – The SabbathChapter_9.htmlChapter_10.htmlChapter_10.htmlChapter_12.htmlChapter_13.htmlChapter_14.htmlChapter_14.htmlChapter_15.htmlshapeimage_7_link_0shapeimage_7_link_1shapeimage_7_link_2shapeimage_7_link_3shapeimage_7_link_4shapeimage_7_link_5shapeimage_7_link_6shapeimage_7_link_7shapeimage_7_link_8
 Chapter 16 – Pornography 
 Chapter 17 – The Media
 Chapter 18 – The Word of Wisdom 
 Chapter 19 – Responsibility
 Chapter 20 – School and Learning 
 Chapter 21 – Friends and Peer Pressure
Chapter 22 – Stewardship
Chapter 23 – Idolatry
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