As Christian men, it is important that we strive to be examples of humility and servant leadership. Unfortunately, our society often equates success with material possessions, including designer suits and expensive wardrobes. This can be a temptation for us as men of faith, but it is important to remember that our worth is not determined by our appearance or ownership.
In Matthew 23:5, Jesus says “Everything they do is done for people to see: They make their phylacteries wide and the tassels on their garments long.” The Pharisees were more concerned with their appearance and status than with truly living out their faith. Let us not make the same mistake.
As Christian men, we should be mindful of how our appearance and possessions may be perceived by others. If our suits and expensive clothing become a stumbling block for those around us, it is time to reevaluate our priorities. Instead of seeking to impress others with our material possessions, let us focus on being humble servants and following the example of Christ.
It is not wrong to dress well or to own nice things, but it is important to remember that our worth is not determined by these things. Let us strive to be humble and not let our suits or other possessions become a stumbling block for others.