Never have I seen anyone like to admit that he has been conned. But your Bible warns that Satan wants to con you out of your most precious possession. Do you recognize Satan’s greatest deceptions—and how you can avoid them? That is the essence of “The Pursue of Veracity”
Our world is filled with con artists, liars and thieves who seek to defraud us. They have used their position as a pastor of assigned congregation to spread their false-hood and deception. But the Bible warns us about the greatest deceiver of all—Satan the Devil. Are you aware of his tactics? Are you prepared to avoid his schemes, or could you fall victim to his deceptions?
In the same way that crooked salesmen do their best to defraud innocent citizens and rob them of their life’s savings, businessmen use false accounting to cheat investors and avoid taxes, thieves breaking into your home and robbing you of your possessions, the same way, that Satan has been deceiving you from practicing the Christian faith the way it ought to be. He wants to rob you of your most valuable possession of all, which is your eternal life and future as a child of God.
This king of thieves and his cohorts work through deceptive practices, from selfish vanity, personal interpretation of the Bible for selfish gains to pride to dangerous occultism, seeking to turn people away from the truth and from the way of life that will bring true happiness—God’s way.
Do you think that because you are a religious person, you cannot be deceived? Jesus revealed that one of the most pervasive forms of deception is found in religious practice. And the Bible reveals who is behind many religious deceptions. Do you know who? The Apostle Paul warns the Corinthians against false ministers: “For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into apostles of Christ. And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves into ministers of righteousness, whose end will be according to their works” (2 Corinthians 11:13–15).
This book focuses on these deceptions that have been communicated to believers over the years. Peruse and let the true light contained in the Gospel shine through your soul.
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