WATCH OUT! For DECEIVERS

deceivers
The interesting thing about a deceiver is their identification. The deceiver looks and feels like a real person. They act in most ways that many would consider normal. They may or may not have eloquent speech and have outstanding clout with those around them. They may be on the top of the food chain, sort of speak, or below.

The deceiver often knows you more than you’re aware. You may underestimate the deceiver to your demise. The deceiver is often close to you. Sometimes whispering alternating messages. Be careful! The deceiver is skilled at deception. The most disturbing thing about the deceiver is the quick change. You may have heard the term fake? What is a fake person? A deceiver.

A presentation of what you think you’re getting in a person and realize later that you have been deceived. There are many kinds of deceivers. A list would be nice, but would fail to adequately identify various scenarios and types, so let’s stick with an easier method.

Walk in a straight line. Deceivers are not walking straight and you will see it when you do. Our society is full of rules and regulations. Follow them, as long as they do not contradict scripture. Deceivers will not be following protocol. You walk straight and you will see it. Watch! Notice the deviation from the rules. Mark that person and watch with clear eyes the deceiver in action.

There is no need to develop paranoia. Just walk straight the deciever will reveal themselves. Mark them and move on. All you need is their identification. The Lord will deal with them for you. Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord (Romans 12:19).

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15 responses to “WATCH OUT! For DECEIVERS

  1. I needed this reminder today.. thank you.

  2. Reblogged this on be.authentic and commented:
    We live in the lap of infinite intelligence!

  3. hmm paranoia isn’t good either

  4. God has given us guidance as to how to recognize the deceivers. Unfortunately we don’t pay much attention to it. There is a verse in Proverbs that we tend to overlook because we think it is too obvious, “A faithful witness does not lie, but a false witness will utter lies.” Once a person has lied to us once, we don’t need to guess what kind of person he/she is. The bible says that he/she is dishonest. We shouldn’t trust them. I learned this truth the hard way, but I’ll never ignore God’s guidance again!

  5. paperthinhymn

    Its true. The hardest though is when deceivers really, really don’t want to be find out, and so many people are spineless in their ability and desire to name the deceivers and point them out.

  6. Thank you! I am working with one of those right now. You speak words of wisdom.

  7. Mark them and move on! Wisdom for sure! I love this presentation.

  8. I’ve had the unfortunate (or fortunate, depending on how you look at it) opportunity to be tricked by a few brilliantly deceptive deceivers. It is possible to be deceived prior to discovering the deceiver’s nature. If this happens to you, then everything written here still applies. The Lord, after all, is your protector, and that which is intended for your harm will be for your benefit in due time!

  9. Heaven's Rose Gold Streets

    This is a yet another timely word Roger and it seems that deceivers appear just as Godly elevation is upon us. Thank you for your wisdom-warning.

  10. Hi Roger,
    I liked your post here. I liked the part at the end where you talk about not avenging yourself for what any deceiver has done [to you].

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