Exposing lies

Are you fearful of calling a lie a lie, or do we soft pedal the truth at the expense of ‘charity’ or ‘tolerance?’ Do you coddle at all… they who obviously and viciously lie to promote THEIR agenda, hiding behind the false narrative of ‘love thy neighbor?’ Do I?

I would like to think not, but perhaps we can agree here and now, so let’s point out a few of Dick Dastardly’s mission statement’s and send them to the pit of hell. No apologies for saying a yes is yes, and that no is no.  After all, love without truth is a mere suggestion. Truth and love are the pillars of righteousness. And lying has a bad father.

God did not create the heavens and the earth.

A lie.

Moses never lived.

You sir, ma’am, are a liar.

King David did not have a wise son named Solomon.

Again, I am being polite here, but you are a liar.

Daniel never lived, and he never interpreted dreams. He never spent a night in the lion’s den.

You are a double-minded liar, and I apologize not for saying so.

King Herod and  Pontius Pilate were purely fictitious and only included in scripture to drive a false narrative.

You, are a liar.

The Lord Jesus Christ did not die the death of death’s on Calvary’s central tree, according to the scriptures.

This is a rather big lie, and to hold to it, you are a liar.

Saul of Tarsus never lived, was not taught by Reb Gamaliel, did not become the apostle Paul, and was not the greatest spiritual intellect this world has ever seen. His epistles are fraudulent.

You friend, are a major liar.

God’s word, also know as the sacred scriptures, cannot be trusted factually, historically, spiritually, archaeologically, and currently.

You do actually lie, and tell not the truth.

God’s word is only relevant to the narrow or weak-minded, and is clearly a mental crutch because the contents are clearly full of lies.

This is hilarious, but if you possibly think this is true, then you lie, and do not the truth.

God did not create the eagle to fly, the whale to swim, the cattle to plow the field, neither did He create man above all.

You are a white-washed liar, and somebody needs to point this out to you.

The scriptures which contain the revelation of the grace of God, can be found in any religion or school of independent thought.

Uh, nnno, the holy scriptures alone point out the sole distinction of the grace of God, courtesy of Christ Himself, who was full of grace and truth. To think otherwise, presents you as clearly misguided, and if so, excusable, but if intentional, then a clear liar.

Now then, have I become your enemy by telling you the truth? 

Truth comes with a price, else it would not be valuable. Buy some today; trade in your pride. And let the redeemed of the Lord say so. But be careful to dismiss this because it does not sound loving. I’m guessing only to a liar would it not sound loving, and only to the faint of heart or scripture despisers will this appear callous.

It is neither cold nor unlovely, but certainly pure in content, for one cannot say ‘there is no God,’ and live in the building of integrity and walk in the hallways of truth. Yes means yes, and no means no.  In all the above examples, there is a common thread of evil consistency, which raspy voice has been sold and traded by they who have enjoyed the whispering hiss of the age-old enemy of all truth who slyly says: ‘Did God really say?

Diabolical says it all. Pure evil to lie against God and scripture. Pure deceit to give heed to the voice of father of lies, who has spawned many children, while at the same time masquerading as truth seekers.

Truth and lies cannot dwell in safety. Oh and let me add: no Exodus? You then are a liar, for let God be true. His word is always good, liars, eh, that’s another story.

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29 Responses to Exposing lies

  1. keep on keeping on CS with the Truth!!!

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  2. Tricia says:

    Oh my goodness, this line right here hold so many awesome nuggets, “Truth comes with a price, else it would not be valuable. Buy some today; trade in your pride. ” That could be a blog post on it’s own!

    Well done on the whole post CS.

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  3. tildeb says:

    Saying it doesn’t make it so. Believing it doesn’t make it so. But there is gobs of evidence that believers like yourself don’t give a fig about what’s true if it is incompatible with what you wish to believe is true.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Let God be true and every man a liar. You may want to chew on that for ten years or so, and you just may have a more harmonious outcome.

      The truth of God and scripture is not up for debate. You have no tools in your bag worthy of consideration.

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  4. Wally Fry says:

    Well, I am pretty sure you know how I feel about this post. Lies and bending of the truth is the only way the Godless can at least pretend their worldview has any substance.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yeah I probably do know. lol

      But others may not!! But the campaign to stamp out God from His creation never ends well for the bad guys,

      Of all the things the Lord hates, lying lips are high on the list. ‘There is no God!’ Ouch. Moses never lived! Double ouch.

      ‘Christ did not suffer for sins once………’ Perish the thought and may the liars please go away.

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  5. Beautiful! Keep on keeping on, Colorstorm. The truth matters.

    Kind of fun too, but one of the kindest things you can do for “the least of these,” is to call out a lie and stand in the truth. I am absolutely astounded by how powerful that is, especially in a world so full of moral ambiguity and confusion. It brings order to chaos, a sense of safety, peace, trust, well being, all the good stuff.

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  6. Arkenaten says:

    For what it’s worth, CS,, if you have an argument to make regarding evidence for
    the biblical character Jesus of Nazareth then feel free to make it and I will gladly release your comment.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      So you are asking me to improve on the testimony of scripture which needs no help from me? As if truth is not good enough.

      You just do not get it. Scripture IS the defense; and it needs no help from the dry and dusty opinions of misfits worldwide.

      Hear it roar….

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      • Arkenaten says:

        So … you have decided it’s best to remain moderated. Okay. I’m fine with that.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Look ark, I’m not a parrot; I have told you many times and sundry places that the scriptures are good.

          Many people much smarter than you have fallen by the sword of God’s word. Goliath of Gath, while not being too smart however, played the same card as you.

          He acted stupid, and he had a big mouth. He died at the hands of a much shorter man than he, yet extremely taller in principle and common sense.

          Your endless detours are nothing new. I told you about the Austrian Jew Dr. Edersheim who wrote epic books on the life and times of Christ, using the same information that is available to me and you.

          Besides, I rather enjoy ib22’s most recent comment. Do you breathe? That’s enough.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          As I said … if you have no interest in addressing the post then you should be content to stay in moderation.
          I have no problems with this. But as I have said.
          If you want to join in then feel free to offer some evidence and I’ll release any comment that addresses the topic.

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    • Citizen Tom says:

      There is historical evidence outside of the Bible for the existence of Jesus. Of course, the Bible itself, since the Bible was written by contemporaries of Jesus, it also provides resounding evidence.

      Frankly, there is no book from ancient times better preserved than the Bible. Moreover, the growth of the Christian Church following Jesus’ death and resurrection was astounding. So it is just silly to debate this.

      What makes an Atheist a fool is that he refuses to see the obvious. His intellectual capacity is not the problem. The problem is that an Atheist allows his pride to set aside facts before him.

      Consider this quote:

      The scriptures which contain the revelation of the grace of God, can be found in any religion or school of independent thought.

      Read the series that ended here.
      https://citizentom.com/2017/03/30/who-is-this-man-by-john-ortberg-part-7/

      Better yet, read that man’s book. Then consider the Bible. On our own, mankind never would have written down the wisdom contained in the Bible, and we did not do so.

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      • Arkenaten says:

        There is absolutely no verifiable evidence for the biblical character Jesus of Nazareth.
        Nothing.
        Furthermore, there is only minimal evidence for someone called Chrestus – and this is dubious at best.

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      • Arkenaten says:

        Furthermore, as I am banned from commenting on your blog why on earth would I bother reading it?

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        • Citizen Tom says:

          Since I don’t see the point in leaving a bigger target than necessary for spam comments, I close comments on my old posts, including that one. So on that post you will be able to comment just as well as anyone else.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          As I said, your silly comment notwithstanding, I am banned from commenting on all of your blog so why on earth should I read it?
          However, Tom, you may pop over to my blog and leave a comment regarding this evidence you claim exists and as I don’t generally ban people we can discuss it, no problem.

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  7. I have an “argument to make regarding evidence for the biblical character Jesus of Nazareth!” It is just that, “in Him I have my breath and being.” I don’t know if anyone has ever tried to present an argument without any “breath or being,” but it’s extremely challenging. 🙂

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  8. John says:

    I wouldn’t deny that David had a son named Solomon. But, even though the Bible says he was “wise,” I’d doubt the wisdom of anyone who willingly surrounded himself with that many wives and concubines. In his wisdom, he chose the surest route to ensuring that he never had a moment of peace.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      He was wise. He did however like most of us, fall. But he served a great God, who never failed him.

      Remember what happened to Tiger Woods? The greatest (one of) of all times fell to obscurity, but he still has the trophies to prove what once was.

      Solomon had no equal. ‘Cut the baby in half’ stands today as proof.

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