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By day Keri shares hope stories on KLRC. But her favorite stories are of redemption, of mercy, of grace. She can’t wait to share her story with you.

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  1. As an avid What Not to Wear fan, you are speaking my language, girl! I’d never thought about being clothed with strength and dignity as the way God covers our weakness and shame. That is so beautiful. I’m gonna feel covered in love today. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this with us!

  2. It is so hard to take off our filthy, worn clothes and become clothed like the bride He has made us. We feel so unworthy of His love and grace, but He tells us that we are His and we are loved. Thanks for the beautiful reminder.

  3. Oh My Gosh (my own OMG)
    I am so under dressed and really needed the reminder is my choice!! Thank you!!

  4. Proverbs 31:25 is the verse I’ve been praying over myself lately. It’s so cool for God to confirm that through this post. I’m not there yet, but I so want to be that woman.

  5. Keri,

    Been there in the past. Thanks for the reminder that God clothes us in strength & dignity.

    I will try to remember & carry that message in my head & heart. Most days I’m underdressed & sometimes I show it.

  6. Keri – this was simply beautiful!!!!! I don’t know what else to say….It just came at such a time that I needed these words…..

    Bless your day…..

  7. The part about spending 20 minutes in the closet each morning rang true with me. I hate that I sometimes do this but when I do I am usually debating over whether my outfit is “godly” or “ladylike” – even though I know my choice of clothing is modest. Thank you for this reminder that it is much more important to be spiritually dressed!

  8. Thank you so much for sharing this and reminding us for whom we are dressing.
    I think sometimes we can get so wrapped up in the world and daily living we forget to whom we belong.
    Running to my (prayer) closet and changing quickly! I want the King to be proud!

  9. I appreciate your heart sweet sister. I can relate. Money is tight right now and my once fashionable wardrobe is tired and wanting, but I have to keep reminding myself I am not defined by the clothes I wear, or wish I could buy, but rather by the God I serve. Strength and dignity, I love that. I need to put those on and hold my head up instead of feeling sorry for myself. I needed to remember that. Thank you. Be blessed sweet sisters out there. Love, Kathryn