1 Timothy:2:9And that women may be dressed in simple clothing, with a quiet and serious air; not with twisted hair and gold or jewels or robes of great price; See All...; Deuteronomy:22:5It is not right for a woman to be dressed in man's clothing, or for a man to put on a woman's robe: whoever does such things is disgusting to the Lord your God. See All...; Deuteronomy:22:11Do not have clothing made of two sorts of thread, wool and linen together. See All...; Ephesians:4:22-24 That you are to put away, in relation to your earlier way of life, the old man, which has become evil by love of deceit;  And be made new in the spirit of your mind,  And put on the new man, to which God has given life, in righteousness and a true and holy way of living.
See All...; Matthew:6:31-33 Then do not be full of care, saying, What are we to have for food or drink? or, With what may we be clothed?  Because the Gentiles go in search of all these things: for your Father in heaven has knowledge that you have need of all these things:  But let your first care be for his kingdom and his righteousness; and all these other things will be given to you in addition.
See All...; Isaiah:61:10I will be full of joy in the Lord, my soul will be glad in my God; for he has put on me the clothing of salvation, covering me with the robe of righteousness, as the husband puts on a fair head-dress, and the bride makes herself beautiful with jewels. See All...; 1 Corinthians:11:1-34 So take me for your example, even as I take Christ for mine.  Now I am pleased to see that you keep me in memory in all things, and that you give attention to the teaching which was handed down from me to you.  But it is important for you to keep this fact in mind, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man, and the head of Christ is God.  Every man who takes part in prayer, or gives teaching as a prophet, with his head covered, puts shame on his head.  But every woman who does so with her head unveiled, puts shame on her head: for it is the same as if her hair was cut off.  For if a woman is not veiled, let her hair be cut off; but if it is a shame to a woman to have her hair cut off, let her be veiled.  For it is not right for a man to have his head covered, because he is the image and glory of God: but the woman is the glory of the man.  For the man did not come from the woman, but the woman from the man.  And the man was not made for the woman, but the woman for the man.  For this reason it is right for the woman to have a sign of authority on her head, because of the angels.  But the woman is not separate from the man, and the man is not separate from the woman in the Lord.  For as the woman is from the man, so the man is through the woman; but all things are from God.  Be judges yourselves of the question: does it seem right for a woman to take part in prayer unveiled?  Does it not seem natural to you that if a man has long hair, it is a cause of shame to him?  But if a woman has long hair, it is a glory to her: for her hair is given to her for a covering.  But if any man will not be ruled in this question, this is not our way of doing things, and it is not done in the churches of God.  But in giving you this order, there is one thing about which I am not pleased: it is that when you come together it is not for the better but for the worse.  For first of all, it has come to my ears that when you come together in the church, there are divisions among you, and I take the statement to be true in part.  For divisions are necessary among you, in order that those who have God's approval may be clearly seen among you.  But now, when you come together, it is not possible to take the holy meal of the Lord:  For when you take your food, everyone takes his meal before the other; and one has not enough food, and another is the worse for drink.  What? have you not houses to take your meals in? or have you no respect for the church of God, putting the poor to shame? What am I to say to you? am I to give you praise? certainly not.  For it was handed down to me from the Lord, as I gave it to you, that the Lord Jesus, on the night when Judas was false to him, took bread,  And when it had been broken with an act of praise, he said, This is my body which is for you: do this in memory of me.  In the same way, with the cup, after the meal, he said, This cup is the new testament in my blood: do this, whenever you take it, in memory of me.  For whenever you take the bread and the cup you give witness to the Lord's death till he comes.  If, then, anyone takes the bread or the cup of the Lord in the wrong spirit, he will be responsible for the body and blood of the Lord.  But let no man take of the bread and the cup without testing himself.  For a man puts himself in danger, if he takes part in the holy meal without being conscious that it is the Lord's body.  For this cause a number of you are feeble and ill, and a number are dead.  But if we were true judges of ourselves, punishment would not come on us.  But if punishment does come, it is sent by the Lord, so that we may be safe when the world is judged.  So then, my brothers, when you come together to the holy meal of the Lord, let there be waiting for one another.  If any man is in need of food, let him take his meal in his house; so that you may not come together to your damage. And the rest I will put in order when I come.
See All...; Luke:1:1-80 As a number of attempts have been made to put together in order an account of those events which took place among us,  As they were handed down to us by those who saw them from the first and were preachers of the word,  It seemed good to me, having made observation, with great care, of the direction of events in their order, to put the facts in writing for you, most noble Theophilus;  So that you might have certain knowledge of those things about which you were given teaching.  In the days of Herod, king of Judaea, there was a certain priest, by name Zacharias, of the order of Abijah; and he had a wife of the family of Aaron, and her name was Elisabeth.  They were upright in the eyes of God, keeping all the rules and orders of God, and doing no wrong.  And they were without children, because Elisabeth had never given birth, and they were at that time very old.  Now it came about that in his turn he was acting as priest before God,  And as was the way of the priests, he had to go into the Temple to see to the burning of perfumes.  And all the people were offering prayers outside, at the time of the burning of perfumes.  And he saw an angel of the Lord in his place on the right side of the altar.  And Zacharias was troubled when he saw him, and fear came on him.  But the angel said, Have no fear, Zacharias, for your prayer has come to the ears of God, and your wife Elisabeth will have a son, and his name will be John.  And you will be glad and have great delight; and numbers of people will have joy at his birth.  For he will be great in the eyes of the Lord; he will not take wine or strong drink; and he will be full of the Spirit of God from his birth.  And through him great numbers of the children of Israel will be turned to the Lord their God.  And he will go before his face in the spirit and power of Elijah, turning the hearts of fathers to their children, and wrongdoers to the way of righteousness; to make ready a people whose hearts have been turned to the Lord.  And Zacharias said to the angel, How may I be certain of this? For I am an old man, and my wife is far on in years.  And the angel, answering, said, I am Gabriel, whose place is before God; I have been sent to say these words to you and to give you this good news.  Now, see, you will be without voice or language till the day when these things come about, because you had not faith in my words, which will have effect at the right time.  And the people were waiting for Zacharias and were surprised because he was in the Temple for such a long time.  And when he came out he was not able to say anything, and they saw that he had seen a vision in the Temple; and he was making signs to them without words.  And when the days of his work in the Temple were ended, he went back to his house.  After that time, Elisabeth, being certain that she was to become a mother, kept herself from men's eyes for five months, saying,  The Lord has done this to me, for his eyes were on me, to take away my shame in the eyes of men.  Now in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town in Galilee, named Nazareth,  To a virgin who was to be married to a man named Joseph, of the family of David; and the name of the virgin was Mary.  And the angel came in to her and said, Peace be with you, to whom special grace has been given; the Lord is with you.  But she was greatly troubled at his words, and said to herself, What may be the purpose of these words?  And the angel said to her, Have no fear, Mary, for you have God's approval.  And see, you will give birth to a son, and his name will be Jesus.  He will be great, and will be named the Son of the Most High: and the Lord God will give him the kingdom of David, his father:  He will have rule over the house of Jacob for ever, and of his kingdom there will be no end.  And Mary said to the angel, How may this be, because I have had no knowledge of a man?  And the angel in answer said to her, The Holy Spirit will come on you, and the power of the Most High will come to rest on you, and so that which will come to birth will be named holy, Son of God.  Even now Elisabeth, who is of your family, is to be a mother, though she is old: and this is the sixth month with her who was without children.  For there is nothing which God is not able to do.  And Mary said: I am the servant of the Lord; may it be to me as you say. And the angel went away.  Then Mary got up and went quickly into the high lands, to a town of Judah;  And went into the house of Zacharias and took Elisabeth in her arms.  And when the voice of Mary came to the ears of Elisabeth, the baby made a sudden move inside her; then Elisabeth was full of the Holy Spirit,  And she said with a loud voice: May blessing be on you among women, and a blessing on the child of your body.  How is it that the mother of my Lord comes to me?  For, truly, when the sound of your voice came to my ears, the baby in my body made a sudden move for joy.  Happy will she be who had faith that the things which the Lord has said to her will be done.  And Mary said: My soul gives glory to God;  My spirit is glad in God my Saviour.  For he has had pity on his servant, though she is poor and lowly placed: and from this hour will all generations give witness to the blessing which has come to me.  For he who is strong has done great things for me; and holy is his name.  His mercy is for all generations in whom is the fear of him.  With his arm he has done acts of power; he has put to flight those who have pride in their hearts.  He has put down kings from their seats, lifting up on high the men of low degree.  Those who had no food he made full of good things; the men of wealth he sent away with nothing in their hands;  His help he has given to Israel, his servant, so that he might keep in mind his mercy to Abraham and his seed for ever,  As he gave his word to our fathers.  And Mary was with her for about three months and then went back to her house.  Now it was time for Elisabeth to give birth, and she had a son.  And it came to the ears of her neighbours and relations that the Lord had been very good to her, and they took part in her joy.  And on the eighth day they came to see to the circumcision of the child, and they would have given him the name of Zacharias, his father's name;  But his mother made answer and said, No, his name is John.  And they said, Not one of your relations has that name.  And they made signs to his father, to say what name was to be given to him.  And he sent for writing materials and put down: His name is John; and they were all surprised.  And straight away his mouth was open and his tongue was free and he gave praise to God.  And fear came on all those who were living round about them: and there was much talk about all these things in all the hill-country of Judaea.  And all who had word of them kept them in their minds and said, What will this child be? For the hand of the Lord was with him.  And his father, Zacharias, was full of the Holy Spirit, and with the voice of a prophet said these words:  Praise be to the Lord, the God of Israel, for he has come to his people and made them free,  Lifting up a horn of salvation for us in the house of his servant David,  (As he said, by the mouth of his holy prophets, from the earliest times,)  Salvation from those who are against us, and from the hands of those who have hate for us;  To do acts of mercy to our fathers and to keep in mind his holy word,  The oath which he made to Abraham, our father,  That we, being made free from the fear of those who are against us, might give him worship,  In righteousness and holy living before him all our days.  And you, child, will be named the prophet of the Most High: you will go before the face of the Lord, to make ready his ways;  To give knowledge of salvation to his people, through the forgiveness of sins,  Because of the loving mercies of our God, by which the dawn from heaven has come to us,  To give light to those in dark places, and in the shade of death, so that our feet may be guided into the way of peace.  And the child became tall, and strong in spirit; and he was living in the waste land till the day when he came before the eyes of Israel.
See All...; 1 Timothy:2:9-10 And that women may be dressed in simple clothing, with a quiet and serious air; not with twisted hair and gold or jewels or robes of great price;  But clothed with good works, as is right for women who are living in the fear of God.
See All...; Romans:8:5For those who are living in the way of the flesh give their minds to the things of the flesh, but those who go in the way of the Spirit, to the things of the Spirit. See All...; Matthew:6:25-34 So I say to you, Take no thought for your life, about food or drink, or about clothing for your body. Is not life more than food, and the body more than its clothing?  See the birds of heaven; they do not put seeds in the earth, they do not get in grain, or put it in store-houses; and your Father in heaven gives them food. Are you not of much more value than they?  And which of you by taking thought is able to make himself a cubit taller?  And why are you troubled about clothing? See the flowers of the field, how they come up; they do no work, they make no thread:  But I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one of these.  But if God gives such clothing to the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is put into the oven, will he not much more give you clothing, O you of little faith?  Then do not be full of care, saying, What are we to have for food or drink? or, With what may we be clothed?  Because the Gentiles go in search of all these things: for your Father in heaven has knowledge that you have need of all these things:  But let your first care be for his kingdom and his righteousness; and all these other things will be given to you in addition.  Then have no care for tomorrow: tomorrow will take care of itself. Take the trouble of the day as it comes.
See All...; Psalm:104:2You are clothed with light as with a robe; stretching out the heavens like a curtain: See All...; Leviticus:19:19Keep my laws. Do not let your cattle have offspring by those of a different sort; do not put mixed seed into your field; do not put on a robe made of two sorts of cloth. See All...; John:3:16For God had such love for the world that he gave his only Son, so that whoever has faith in him may not come to destruction but have eternal life. See All...; Matthew:22:34-40 But the Pharisees, hearing how the mouths of the Sadducees had been stopped, came together;  And one of them, a teacher of the law, put a question to him, testing him, and saying,  Master, which is the chief rule in the law?  And he said to him, Have love for the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.  This is the first and greatest rule.  And a second like it is this, Have love for your neighbour as for yourself.  On these two rules all the law and the prophets are based.
See All...; Nehemiah:9:21Truly, for forty years you were their support in the waste land, and they were in need of nothing; their clothing did not get old or their feet become tired. See All...; Exodus:28:1-43 Now let Aaron your brother, and his sons with him, come near from among the children of Israel, so that they may be my priests, even Aaron, and Nadab, Abihu, Eleazar, and Ithamar, his sons.  And make holy robes for Aaron your brother, so that he may be clothed with glory and honour.  Give orders to all the wise-hearted workmen, whom I have made full of the spirit of wisdom, to make robes for Aaron, so that he may be made holy as my priest.  This is what they are to make: a priest's bag, an ephod, and a robe, and a coat of coloured needlework, a head-dress, and a linen band; they are to make holy robes for Aaron your brother and for his sons, so that they may do the work of priests for me.  They are to take the gold and blue and purple and red and the best linen,  And make the ephod of gold and blue and purple and red and the best linen, the work of a designer.  It is to have two bands stitched to it at the top of the arms, joining it together.  And the beautifully worked band, which goes on it, is to be of the same work and the same material, of gold and blue and purple and red and twisted linen-work.  You are to take two beryl stones, on which the names of the children of Israel are to be cut:  Six names on the one stone and six on the other, in the order of their birth.  With the work of a jeweller, like the cutting of a stamp, the names of the children of Israel are to be cut on them, and they are to be fixed in twisted frames of gold.  And the two stones are to be placed on the ephod, over the arm-holes, to be stones of memory for the children of Israel: Aaron will have their names on his arms when he goes in before the Lord, to keep the Lord in mind of them.  And you are to make twisted frames of gold;  And two chains of the best gold, twisted like cords; and have the chains fixed on to the frames.  And make a priest's bag for giving decisions, designed like the ephod, made of gold and blue and purple and red and the best linen.  It is to be square, folded in two, a hand-stretch long and a hand-stretch wide.  And on it you are to put four lines of jewels; the first line is to be a cornelian, a chrysolite, and an emerald;  The second, a ruby, a sapphire, and an onyx;  The third, a jacinth, an agate, and an amethyst;  The fourth, a topaz, a beryl, and a jasper; they are to be fixed in twisted frames of gold.  The jewels are to be twelve in number, for the names of the children of Israel; every jewel having the name of one of the twelve tribes cut on it as on a stamp.  And you are to make two chains of gold, twisted like cords, to be fixed to the priest's bag.  And put two gold rings on the two ends of the bag.  Put the two gold chains on the two rings at the ends of the bag;  Joining the other ends of the chains to the gold frames and putting them on the front of the ephod, at the top of the arms.  Then make two gold rings and put them on the lower ends of the bag, at the edge of it on the inner side nearest to the ephod.  And make two more gold rings and put them on the front of the ephod at the top of the arms, at the join, over the worked band:  So that the rings on the bag may be fixed to the rings of the ephod by a blue cord and on to the band of the ephod, so that the bag may not come loose from the ephod.  And so Aaron will have the names of the children of Israel on the priest's bag over his heart whenever he goes into the holy place, to keep the memory of them before the Lord.  And in the bag you are to put the Urim and Thummim, so that they may be on Aaron's heart whenever he goes in before the Lord; and Aaron may have the power of making decisions for the children of Israel before the Lord at all times.  The robe which goes with the ephod is to be made all of blue;  With a hole at the top, in the middle of it; the hole is to be edged with a band to make it strong like the hole in the coat of a fighting-man, so that it may not be broken open.  And round the skirts of it put fruits in blue and purple and red, with bells of gold between;  A gold bell and a fruit in turn all round the skirts of the robe.  Aaron is to put it on for his holy work; and the sound of it will be clear, when he goes into the holy place before the Lord, and when he comes out, keeping him safe from death.  You are to make a plate of the best gold, cutting on it, as on a stamp, these words: HOLY TO THE LORD.  Put a blue cord on it and put it on the front of the twisted head-dress:  And it will be over Aaron's brow, so that Aaron will be responsible for any error in all the holy offerings made by the children of Israel; it will be on his brow at all times, so that their offerings may be pleasing to the Lord.  The coat is to be made of the best linen, worked in squares; and you are to make a head-dress of linen, and a linen band worked in needlework.  And for Aaron's sons you are to make coats, and bands, and head-dresses, so that they may be clothed with glory and honour.  These you are to put on Aaron, your brother, and on his sons, putting oil on them, separating them and making them holy, to do the work of priests to me.  And you are to make them linen trousers, covering their bodies from the middle to the knee;  Aaron and his sons are to put these on whenever they go into the Tent of meeting or come near the altar, when they are doing the work of the holy place, so that they may be free from any sin causing death: this is to be an order for him and his seed after him for ever.