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Deceit [NAVE]

Is a lie, Psa. 119:118.
The tongue an instrument of, Rom. 3:13.
Comes from the heart, Mark 7:22.
Characteristic of the heart, Jer. 17:9.
God abhors, Psa. 5:6.
Forbidden, Prov. 24:28; 1 Pet. 3:10.
Christ was perfectly free from, Isa. 53:9, with 1 Pet. 2:22.
Saints free from, Psa. 24:4; Zeph. 3:13; Rev. 14:5; purpose against, Job 27:4; avoid, Job 31:5; shun those addicted to, Psa. 101:7; pray for deliverance from those who use, Psa. 43:1; 120:2; delivered from those who use, Psa. 72:14; should beware of those who teach, Eph. 5:6; Col. 2:8; should lay aside, in seeking truth, 1 Pet. 2:1.
Ministers should lay aside, 2 Cor. 4:2; 1 Thess. 2:3.
The wicked are full of, Rom. 1:29; devise, Psa. 35:20; 38:12; Prov. 12:5; utter, Psa. 10:7; 36:3; work, Prov. 11:18; increase in, 2 Tim. 3:13; use, to each other, Jer. 9:5; use, to themselves, Jer. 37:9; Obad. 3, 7; delight in, Prov. 20:17.
False teachers are workers of, 2 Cor. 11:13; preach, Jer. 14:14; 23:26; impose on others by, Rom. 16:18; Eph. 4:14; revelling in deceit, 2 Pet. 2:13.
Hypocrites devise, Job 15:35.
Hypocrites practice, Hos. 11:12.
False witnesses use, Prov. 12:17.
A characteristic of antichrist, 2 John 7.
Characteristic of the apostasy, 2 Thess. 2:10.
Evil of: hinders knowledge of God, Jer. 9:6.
Keeps from turning to God, Jer. 8:5.
Leads to pride and oppression, Jer. 5:27, 28; to lying, Prov. 14:25.
Often accompanied by fraud and injustice, Psa. 10:7; 43:1.
Hatred often concealed by, Prov. 26:24-26.
The folly of fools is, Prov. 14:8.
The kisses of an enemy are, Prov. 27:6.
Blessedness of being free from, Psa. 24:4, 5; 32:2.
Punishment of, Psa. 55:23; Jer. 9:7-9. - Bible Text Book.
See: Confidence, False; Deception; Lies and Deceits; Flattery; Hypocrisy; Lies and Deceits.


DECEIT - de-set' (mirmah; (dolos): The intentional misleading or beguiling of another; in Scripture represented as a companion of many other forms of wickedness, as cursing (Ps 10:7), hatred (Prov 26:24), theft, covetousness, adultery, murder (Mk 7:22; Rom 1:29). The Revised Version (British and American) introduces the word in Prov 14:25; 2 Thess 2:10; but in such passages as Ps 55:11; Prov 20:17; 26:26; 1 Thess 2:3, renders a variety of words, more accurately than the King James Version, by "oppression," "falsehood," "guile," "error."

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