Today I, ____________________, will show my love to the Savior by respecting my body.
“Show respect for the Lord and yourself by dressing appropriately for Church meetings and activities. This is especially important when attending sacrament services. Young men should dress with dignity when officiating in the ordinance of the sacrament.” – For the Strength of Youth
Today and next Sunday, I, ____________________, will dress appropriately for church meetings and activities.
I, ____________________, will dress with dignity as I pass, prepare, and/or bless the sacrament.
“Some say dress and hair don’t matter—they say it’s what’s inside that counts. I believe that it is what’s inside a person that truly counts, but that’s what worries me. Casual dress at holy places and events is a message about what is inside a person. It may be pride or rebellion or something else, but at a minimum it says, “I don’t get it. I don’t understand the difference between the sacred and the profane.”
“In that condition people are easily drawn away from the Lord. They do not appreciate the value of what they have. I worry about them. Unless they can gain some understanding and capture some feeling for sacred things, they are at risk of eventually losing all that matters most. You are a Saint of the great latter-day dispensation—look the part.” – A Sense of the Sacred by D. Todd Christofferson