This is a good one...definitely a keeper.
Few experiences hurt more than learning that someone you trust has lied to you. You might feel humiliated, angry, or even betrayed. Lies destroy friendships and marriages; they defraud people of countless milllions of dollars.
Imagine, then, how you would feel if you learned that you had been lied to about God. If you are devout, the effect could be profound...
Youmay have believed a certain teaching all your life. But would you not agree that even a widely held idea can be false? Former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt recognized this fact, for he said: “Repetition does not transform a lie into a truth.”
How can you determine whether you have been lied to? Jesus once said to God in prayer: “Your word is truth.” (John17:17) Yes, God’s Word, the Bible, contains what we need in order to distinguish the truth from lies. Why not let the Bible expose common lies about God? You will see how the truth
can change your life for the better.
Lied to by the WTO? --Check.
Defrauded out of my money? --Check.
Humiliated, angry, betrayed? --Check.
Friendships and marriages destroyed? --Check.
“Repetition does not transform a lie into a truth.”? --CHECK!