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Also called: Attractive, Beautiful, Handsome, Lovely, Ugliness, Ugly
The state of being attractive or pleasing to the senses.

Top Bible Verses about Beauty

2 Samuel 14:25

As far as Absalom, there was not a more handsome man in all of Israel to admire so much; from the sole of his foot up to his crown, there was no physical defect on him. Read 2 Samuel 14:25

Esther 2:2–3

And the king’s servants attending him said, “Let them seek attractive young virgins for the king. Let the king appoint chief officers in all the provinces of his kingdom, and let them gather every attractive young virgin to the harem in the citadel of Susa under the care of Hegai, the king’s eunuch, who is in charge of the women; and let him give them their beauty treatment. Read Esther 2:2–3
Psalm 27:4

Psalm 27:4

One thing I have asked from Yahweh; it I will seek: that I may dwell in the house of Yahweh all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of Yahweh, and to consider his temple. Read Psalm 27:4
Proverbs 31:30

Proverbs 31:30

Charm is deceit and beauty is vain; but a woman who fears Yahweh shall be praised. Read Proverbs 31:30

Isaiah 52:7

How delightful on the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who announces peace, who brings good news, who announces salvation, who says to Zion, “Your God reigns as a king.” Read Isaiah 52:7

1 Peter 3:3–4

Let your adornment not be the external kind, braiding hair and putting on gold jewelry or putting on fine clothing, but the hidden person of the heart, with the imperishable quality of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is highly valuable in the sight of God. Read 1 Peter 3:3–4

Famous Christian Quotes About Beauty, Attractive, Beautiful, Handsome, Lovely, Ugliness, Ugly

Plant the Cross in Your Garden

Plant in the garden of your memory, the tree of the holy Cross; it produces a very efficacious medicine against all the suggestions of the devil. Of this most noble and fertile tree, the root is humility and poverty; the bark, labor and penitence; the branches, mercy and justice; the leaves, true honor and modesty; the scent, sobriety and abstinence; the beauty, chastity and obedience; the splendor, right faith and firm hope; the strength, magnanimity and patience; the length, long-suffering and perseverance; the breadth, benignity and concord; the height, charity and wisdom; the sweetness, love and joy; the fruit, salvation and life eternal.

Thomas à Kempis

Many Things Have Value Without a Use

Has the Lord adorned flowers with all the beauty that spontaneously presents itself to the eye, and the sweet odor that delights the sense of smell, and shall it be unlawful for us to enjoy that beauty and this odor? What? Has he not so distinguished colors as to make some more agreeable than others? Has he not given qualities to gold and silver, ivory and marble, thereby rendering them precious above other metals or stones? In short, has he not given many things a value without having any necessary use?

John Calvin

Martyrs’ Wounds a Mark of Honor

The love we bear to the blessed martyrs causes us, I do not know how, to desire to see in the heavenly kingdom the marks of the wounds which they received for the name of Christ, and possibly we shall see them. For this will not be a deformity, but a mark of honor, and will add luster to their appearance, and a spiritual, if not a bodily beauty.

Augustine of Hippo
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