Swag-Appearance, style, or the way one presents him- or herself.
Swag is made up of your overall confidence, style, and demeanor. Swag can also be expanded to be the reputation of your overall swagger.
This term reminds me of what the Apostle Paul said to Timothy in 1 Timothy 4:12:
“Let no one despise your youth but be an EXAMPLE to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.”
So do you have SWAG? & And like the pic is yo SWAG on?
In today’s youth culture, the term swag has become very popular. Swag is a slang word originating from the Scottish slang word “swagger” which was a description of the way some Scots walked, with a swaying motion. So the slang word swag actually means, “the way one walks” or “the way one presents oneself.”
The Apostle Paul encouraged the young pastor Timothy to let no man look down on his swag! Although you are young, you can have swag like Christ and be an example of how to live a Christ-like life in this world. Do you have swag at school? Or do you turn it off when you walk down the hallway or eat lunch with your friends? Are you rushing to your Wednesday night youth group only to appear to have swag? God has called you to have swag wherever you go. Therefore I, like the Apostle Paul, encourage you to keep your swag on in the way you talk, in the way you act, in the way you show love to God and people, in excitement and enthusiasm for things of God, in sharing the good news, and in keeping yourselves sexually pure in all things. So when you see each other at school, on the school bus, Cy-ride, at the mall, or just hanging out; ask each other this question, Is yo swag on?