The Marketing of the Flesh – Dr. Paul Enenche

The Marketing of the Flesh

Friday, 29 July 2016

Topic: The Marketing of the Flesh

Scripture: “And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot, and subtil of heart” – Proverbs 7:10

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: You cannot dress like the devil and claim to be like God.

The marketing of the flesh connotes the exposure of sensitive parts of the body with the intention to seduce.

From our anchor scripture above, it is established that there is the attire (a dressing) of a harlot. Commercial organizations market their products extensively through advertisement. In the same manner, the attire of a harlot is the attire that merchandises the human flesh as a product to be exploited.

In this end time, there is the shameless showcasing of the flesh. It is impossible to differentiate a Jezebel (immoral and seductive woman) from a Christian. They wear dresses that are very revealing and tight on their bodies, yet, they come to church to sing and clap. The question is: who are they deceiving?

The challenge is, many children of God have joined the children of the devil in fulfilling satan’s vision by directing people to the path that will lead them into damnation with their looks.

But that shall not be your portion in Jesus’ Name.  You cannot dress like the devil and claim to be like God.

Remember this: You cannot dress like the devil and claim to be like God.

1. Determine to represent God in your looks or dressing
2. Change your wardrobe if necessary.

PRAYER: LORD, I thank You for Your Word to me today. I demand that You kill every fleshly tendency in me, O LORD, in Jesus’ Name.


QUOTE: What are you advertising: the content of your spirit or the contour of your flesh? Culled from 365 WISDOM CAPSULES by Dr Paul Enenche

AMAZING FACT: Frozen lobsters can come back to life when thawed.

TODAY IN HISTORY – 29/07/1921: Adolf Hitler became the president of the Nationalist Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nazis).

DAILY READING: 2 Chronicles 24:1 to 25:28, Romans 12:1 to 21, Psalm 22:19 to 31, Proverbs 20:8 to 10.


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