“Modesty Means …” Friend, July 2017
“Wow! You’re like the queen of spelling tests! I wish I were like you.”
“Thanks. I can help you study if you want.”
“Do you want to see some cool pictures?”
“I don’t look at that kind of stuff. Let’s ride our bikes instead.”
“I’m ready for school!”
“We can go to the pool tomorrow, but today we’re going to school.”
“Hey, Josh! I’m really glad you could make it! Come sit by me.”
Part of being modest is wearing the right clothes for where you are and what you’re doing. Write or draw pictures of what you think is modest for each situation below. Then talk with a parent about your answers.
“I will dress modestly to show respect for Heavenly Father and myself” (My Gospel Standards).
Write down a modesty goal (how you talk, dress, or act) and stick it on your mirror.
Read 1 Corinthians 6:19. Ask a parent why your body is sacred and how to protect it.
Accept a compliment without bragging. Then give a compliment!
I challenge myself to …