The Symbolism of Hair, Part 2

My interpretation of 1 Corinthians 11:2-16

Thank you for honoring me and the things I have taught you. But understand, you ultimately need to follow Christ by His supernatural leadings. The soul (life) must follow the lead of the Spirit. Christ gets His authority from His Father Creator, therefore follow Him; follow Christ’s example. Whoever operates from his own authority, insults Christ. The soul who talks about Yah or His Christ without His authority is in disobedience. You do not have to heed a disobedient soul; test everything said by this person with the Holy Spirit’s help. Let that soul understand they must be in subjection to Christ.

Let Christ’s glory shine from you, since you are now reborn in His likeness. Your soul (life) demonstrates Christ to others. You come from the Spirit, not the soul or Earth (the world). Your soul comes from the Spirit, not anything created on Earth. That is why your soul needs Christ’s covering, to protect His messengers (spirit or man).

Spirit and soul are under Yah’s covering. Both soul and spirit come from Yah; you cannot have one without the other.

By the Spirit within you, judge. Is it proper for an uncovered soul to pray to Yah? A spirit does not behave like a beast, being in his own will. A soul in the will of God has freedom to do things in His Will.

No argument, we do not practice this in the physical nor do the congregations under Yah.

With that as the backdrop, here is the revelation I have received today:

You can judge a woman’s spiritual life by her hair; how she treats it reflects upon her life. It has nothing to do with length or style, but her view of Yah in her life. If Yah makes a woman bald or grey, that is between her and Yah.

A wife is to reflect her husband’s submission to Father Yah, believer or not (1 Peter 3:1-2). The Mighty Creator divided His Nature between man and woman; the woman received the glory (the whole) of beauty on display.

1 Peter 3:3 ESV – Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear—

This is not saying you cannot do these things. You can, but it should be neither your focus nor criteria for judging others, for Yah wants His Light to be on display (see 1 Samuel 16:7, Matthew 23:25-28, Luke 16:15, John 7:24, 2 Corinthians 10:7, James 1:23).

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