I think we all have asked ourselves that question, "What shall I wear?" We look into our closet and it's pretty much filled with clothes but you can't seem to find anything to wear! I remember as a teenager I would raid my mom's closet and would always find a treasure in there! I would mix and match a combination of her clothes and mine and would create the perfect outfit! But I am not really talking about our outward appearance. I'm talking about our inward appearance that reflects our outward appearance to others. Yes, it is important to look nice and fashionable but a sad or downcast face is noticeable to all. If you are not happy within, you might as well do without the fancy clothes. You can put on a happy face but your eyes are the window to your soul. I can tell you that joy does not come in wealth or material things but it comes in faith. How is your heart, in Proverbs 31:25 it says, "She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future." What does that mean to me, I believe that no matter what comes my way or how difficult it can be, God has equipped me with strength, the strength comes from Him, because the Word says, "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength." It is not I, but God who works within me to handle things with dignity. Dignity, is defined by a state of being worthy of honor and respect. It also is to have a sense of pride with oneself and self respect. Above all see yourself as a worthy human being, you are worth to be respected and you should carry yourself that way. Now faith, strength and dignity are all the components that helps you live without fear of the future. We are to know we are equipped with the best outfit of all, the Armor of God. We are to put on the belt of truth, take up the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit. We all can benefit from this outfit, next time you get ready to go out the door, imagine yourself putting on the Armor of God, everything else will follow. Don't worry what you will wear, Matthew 6:25, just be thankful for what you have.