Deceived And Loving It

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The mind is powerful. It can be our enemy if we use it to justify the desires of the heart. When we do this, guilt is repressed, and excuses are made and believed. Then we begin to deceive others, and eventually ourselves, and if we could, we’d deceive God.

Today’s world believes that this type of behavior is due to an evil society, not people individually. Yes, society and culture do influence our behavior, but the fact is, if we look at our hearts, our desires aren’t as pure as we think they are.

Eve’s mistake of believing the serpent over the command of God triggered a series of events that are felt even today. She thought only of the momentary pleasure, but the consequences changed the course of history forever.

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