Surprise Conversation

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Recently, I was approached by a close friend who wanted to question me about a situation regarding myself. As he proceeded to tell me what was going on, it became apparent that the information provided to him was false. I conveyed to my friend that the misinformation did not surprise me because this is not the first time this has happened. The unfortunate part of this circumstance is that my former wife used her friendship with yet another friend to pass along her lies. In the end, I provided the Final Judgement that answered all of the questions. The misinformation was proven false by the Court of Justice. One friend has now been led astray by believing the lies without first checking the facts to see if it they were true. Will this happen again? Only time will tell. In the mean time, I will continue to stand on the truth and travel the high road.

The truth about lies is that they do more damage in time to the lair than the one the lies are about.
~ Patrick Duffy ~

Whoever comes to Me, and hears My sayings and does them, I will show you whom he is like: He is like a man building a house, who dug deep and laid the foundation on the rock. And when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently against that house, and could not shake it, for it was founded on the rock. But he who heard and did nothing is like a man who built a house on the earth without a foundation, against which the stream beat vehemently; and immediately it fell. And the ruin of that house was great.
~ Jesus ~

4 thoughts on “Surprise Conversation

  1. Enjoying your blog. As to the subject of lying…I totally agree that the person telling the lies will eventually be the one to suffer most. I consider even small lies told to children or spouses something to be avoided. “Oh, I bought that ages ago,” instead of telling the truth, “i just bought it!” and talking it out if it is a problem. Lies large and small have a way of growing, becoming more and more rotten and can cause serious damage in families and communities. It can be a struggle some times to just tell the truth and it is so worth it!

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    1. Glad to hear you enjoy my blog, Anna. Best thing about telling the truth, is your story never changes nor do you have to remember what you have said. This is what I was taught as a young lad.

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