A Letter From Christian Guys

Too many things are left unsaid, like “I love you” or “please & thank you” or even the occasional redirection to a child when their outfits are a bit too revealing. The fact is, our society and culture tends to gravitate towards showing as little to NO regard for moral or ethical standards especially when it comes to modest dress wear. We can’t stay silent! In fact, much of this discovered blog reviews the indecent skin exposure many of our youth find tasteful yet without understanding the struggles many are tempted with. Parents, please take a moment to read this blog and share with your children. 

Girls, could we talk to you right out of our hearts for a few minutes?
It is awkward for us to talk about something of this nature, in person,
so we thought we would write our feelings.

We are young men who have been saved and baptized in the Holy Spirit.
We desperately want to live for Christ and not follow the ways of the
world. Since we have been baptized (immersed) in a “Holy” Spirit, we
feel in our hearts that we should live “holy” lives. After all, our
bodies are the temple, the sanctuary, the place where the “Holy” Spirit
lives and makes His home. We know that guys and girls are affected differently, so since we desperately want to follow hard after God, could we kindly and respectfully ask you to help us with a few things? 

We realize that girls are primarily stimulated or turned on by “touch.” Did you know that guys are turned on by “sight?” So when you are “aroused” (sexually awakened) by a guy’s “touch,” we are in the same way aroused by mere “sight.” Let us explain. When we see girls who are dressed in a suggestive, revealing, provocative, teasing, tantalizing manner, our sexual desires are aroused. Our bodies are then affected. To be absolutely candid, let us give you some examples of what we are referring to. If you are wearing a blouse that barely meets the waist of your slacks and some of your skin shows while you are moving around, or simply while you are walking, sitting, or kneeling, our minds are geared to wonder what more of your body would look like….This causes our bodies to respond biologically, and suddenly we are fighting a war in our minds and bodies. And that war of lust is continuing often long, even hours, after you are gone. We hate this, because our “righteous man” wants to think pure thoughts….When you wear low-cut tops which are in any degree revealing, this causes us big problems in the flesh. Or if the back is out of your top, we automatically think that you do not have the undergarment on, and the Spirit and the flesh begin to fight again. Or when we see any glimpse of your undergarments, such as straps and the like, trouble makes an attempt to sneak in. What we are trying to say is this: If it is not for sale, don’t advertise it. We really feel that the still small voice of the Holy Spirit speaks to you and nudges you when it is too tight, too short,
too low, or too revealing. Will you listen to that voice? For the
Scripture says, “Quench not the Spirit.” (1 Thess. 5:19)

Girls, do you know what we would really like? We would like to come
among our Christian sisters and not have to fight and struggle in the
flesh. We do not need to have to wrestle in the flesh at church or at
church activities. We men, whether young, old, single or married, are
faced with this every day among girls of the “world.” But we would like
to have rest in our Spirit man when we come among Christian girls.
After all, doesn’t the Scripture tell us to “come out from among the
world and be you separate, saith the Lord.” (2 Cor. 6:17) It also tells
us that “all that is in the world, the lust of the eye, and the lust of
the flesh, is not of the Father, but is of the world.” (1 John 2:15) We
are the church, not the world. We know that people often use the verse, “Man looketh on the outward appearance, but God looketh on the heart,” (1 Sam. 16:7) to condone anything they wish to wear. This is one of the most misused/used out-of-context verses in the Bible. Conversely, the fact is, if your heart is pure, your outward appearance will be modest….
Girls can be fashionable and modest at the same time. To be honest, we
respect you more when your appearance is modest, as the Scripture
commands in 1 Timothy 2:9. We really do not want the kind of girl who
dresses provocatively, for we know that if we marry her, she will still
be that way in the presence of other men once we are married.
We know that we have Christian responsibilites toward girls, too. We
must be careful to portray ourselves properly. We must treat you like
ladies. If we are really committed Christian guys, we will strive to
treat you like Jesus would. After all, you are daughters of God.
Thank you, dear Christian sisters, for hearing our hearts on this
subject. Once we have conveyed the truth of the matter to you, you
become responsible before God for what you do with the truth. We really
are “our brother’s keeper.” (Genesis 4:9.) We know that there is a
“cult of conformity” in our generation, but we as Christians “march to
the beat of a different drummer.” Please, girls, do not say, “I don’t
care,” but help us in these last days to live as close to Jesus as we
can. Thank you so much.


Committed Christian Guys

4 Responses to “A Letter From Christian Guys”

  1. girl in need says:

    Hey there- this is on your post ” A Letter From Christian Guys” .. i have a boyfriend and we are very serious about our future together, but he struggles with lust. He is alone most of the time while he is working, and thus has more time to…think. I am actually very confused, because i don’t understand how it is so easy to lust after another lady, or just all that. If you have a girlfriend, why is it so hard to not want to watch porn or just look at other girls? i do dress very modestly, as in no shorts, i usually swim with a shirt on , but what does it help if he then doesn’t look at me, but the girls around us? ( I do not know if he actually looks at other girls in the mall, pool, etc. I’m just curious.) Thanks

    • Spirit says:

      Basically the war of lust is not just as easy as we think. Those are the fruits of sin and we can’t keep dealing with the fruits and not deal with the tree itself. So to be free we need to deal with the root of all this which is Sin. To overcome you’ll need to be taught the Gospel of Christ and Him crucified. Paul said in the book of Romans 1:16 (for I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ for it is the power of salvation unto they that believe to the Jews first and then to the Greek) So to be free from sin the gospel of Christ needs to be taught and then the soul has to believe. Thank you

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  3. Gabrielle says:

    This is so beautiful! Reminds me of an open letter I wrote to Christian Brothers in Christ!! Thank you for writing and sharing!

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