Head Covering

Principle 1
ܟܠ ܓܒܪܐ ܕܡܨܠܐ ܐܘ ܡܬܢܒܐ ܟܕ ܡܟܣܝ ܪܫܗ ܡܒܗܬ ܪܫܗ
1 Corinthians 11:4 Every man who prays, or prophesies, while covering his head, shames his Head,

Principle 2
1 Corinthians 11:14-16 Does not the very nature of things teach you that if a man has long hair, it is a disgrace to him, 15 but that if a woman has long hair, it is her glory? For long hair is given to her as a covering. 16 If anyone wants to be contentious about this, we have no other practice—nor do the churches of God.

In other words, men shouldn’t wear one and sisters don’t have to wear one.

If I wear one, I’m not teaching you about Christianity (Hebrews 5:12). We let go of the pre-Christian system of worship and embrace Christianity. The Law belonging to freedom.

ܐܢ ܕܝܢ ܒܪܘܚܐ ܡܬܕܒܪܝܢ ܐܢܬܘܢ ܠܐ ܗܘܝܬܘܢ ܬܚܝܬ ܢܡܘܣܐ
Galatians 5:18 But, if you are led by The Rukha {The Spirit}, you are not under The Namusa {The Law}.


A word taken from the Hebrew for “One Singled Out,” “Dedicated One,” “Separated One.” In ancient times, there were two classes of Nazirites: those who volunteered and those who were appointed as such by God. A man or a woman could take a special vow to Yahavah to live as a Nazirite for a period of time. Those voluntarily taking the vow had three principal restrictions: they were to drink no alcohol nor eat any product of the grapevine, they were not to cut their hair, and they were not to touch a dead body. Those appointed by God as Nazirites remained such for life, and Yahavah specified the requirements for them.​—Nu 6:2-7; Jg 13:5.

So unless a man is a Nazarite and has taken a Nazarite vow, he should not have long hair. Short hair, shaved hair or relaxed hair length is no problem.