Christian Celebrity Shares Powerful Message On The Godly Truth About Bikinis

Jessica Rey speaks on the Godly truth about bikinis. Jessica is a well-known Christian celebrity having essayed roles such as Alyssa from Power Rangers Wild Force. Jessica is also a scholar and swimwear designer and in 2008, she created Rey Swimwear, a line of modest, yet stylish bathing suits.

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Jessica Rey

In a viral speech on the Godly truth about bikinis, Jessica goes all the way back to the history and creation of the bikini in 1946.

For most people, the bikini symbolizes power and liberty for a woman, but Jessica says this is further from the truth and cites research from several universities, such as Princeton.

“Bikinis really do inspire men to see women as objects – as something to be used, rather than as someone to connect with. So it seems that wearing a bikini does give a woman power: the power to shut down a man’s ability to see her as a person, but rather as an object.”

While many think that biblical principles such as modesty as an old-fashioned or outdated concept, Jessica is ready to turn modesty into stylish clothes and swimwear. Jessica has an interesting question for us all in a speech with millions of views across social media.

“We were made beautiful, in His image and likeness, so the question I’d like to leave you with is, ‘How will you use your beauty?’”

Matthew 5:28 But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.

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Florence Sundberg
Florence Sundberg

Some of the female Olympic athletes had on shorts so tiny and tight that their butts were just hanging out there. The Olympics used to have more class … female soccer players jumping and bending…it was really not professional and it must have been uncomfortable with the tiny bikini bottoms stuck in the butts…shame on them and shame on those who either permitted or ordered them to wear such skimpy attire. I didn’t see any other female team wearing such things.

Paula Cassell
Paula Cassell

I love this! My swimsuit is like a tennis dress, it took me quite a while to finally find something that covered everything! I do wish women would cover up, don’t they know that they get more respect from people if they have respect for themselves.


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