Below is a snippet of what he wrote:
Modesty on Your Wedding Day
If tackling the topic of modesty weren't brave enough in and of itself, my sisters over at Girltalk have opened a much-needed conversation about modesty in wedding attire. No, men, your rented tuxedos and plastic shoes are not the source of temptation they're addressing. They're talking about dresses for the bridal party. Here's a portion of a quotation they share by pastor Todd Murray...
He also had a follow up post, that highlighted a comment left on his previous post. It was in response to a person's comment who tried to justify immodest dress on the wedding day.
To read the posts click a link below:
I'm not going to concentrate on the human side of this, they did an excellent job addressing that in their posts and comments. Instead I want to consider Christ's bride, the church. Jesus says, in Rev. 16:15, that we need to keep watch and not be caught "immodest". Are we ready? Will we be gloriously attired on our wedding day with Christ? These aren't clothes made by hands with cotton or wool, but our spiritual beauty made by what we do for Him.
The Bride eyes not her garment, but her dear Bridegroom’s face;
I will not gaze at glory but on my King of grace.
Not at the crown He giveth but on His pierced hand;
The Lamb is all the glory of Immanuel’s land.
- (Hymn) "The Sands of Time Are Sinking"