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Lies and Deceits

Lies and Deceits [NAVE]

LIES AND DECEITS
Ex. 23:1; Lev. 6:2-7; Lev. 19:11, 12, 16 Ex. 20:16. Job 13:4; Job 21:34; Job 27:4; Job 31:5, 6, 33; Job 36:4; Psa. 5:6, 9; Psa. 10:7; Psa. 12:2, 3; Psa. 28:3; Psa. 31:18; Psa. 34:13 1 Pet. 3:10. Psa. 36:3; Psa. 50:19, 20; Psa. 52:2-5; Psa. 55:21, 23; Psa. 58:3; Psa. 59:12; Psa. 62:4; Psa. 63:11; Psa. 101:5, 7; Psa. 109:2; Psa. 116:11; Psa. 119:29,69,163Psa. 120:2-4; Psa. 144:8, 11; Prov. 2:12-15; Prov. 3:3; Prov. 6:12, 13, 16-19; Prov. 10:9, 10, 18, 31; Prov. 11:9; Prov. 12:17, 19, 20, 22; Prov. 13:5; Prov. 14:5, 8, 25; Prov. 17:4, 7; Prov. 19:5 [v. 9.] Prov. 19:22, 28; Prov. 20:17; Prov. 21:6; Prov. 26:18, 19, 24-26, 28; Prov. 27:14; Eccl. 5:6; Isa. 28:15; Isa. 32:7; Isa. 57:11; Isa. 59:3, 4, 12, 13; Isa. 63:8; Jer. 7:8, 28; Jer. 9:3, 5, 6, 8; Jer. 12:6; Jer. 50:36; Ezek. 22:9; Hos. 4:1, 2; Obad. 7; Mic. 6:12; Nah. 3:1; Zeph. 3:13; Matt. 25:44-46; John 8:44, 45; Eph. 4:25, 29; Col. 3:9; 1 Tim. 1:9, 10; 1 Tim. 4:2; 1 Pet. 3:16; Rev. 21:8, 27; Rev. 22:15 See: Accusation, False; Conspiracy; Deceit; Deceptions; Flattery; Hypocrisy; Perjury; Teachers, False.
Instances of
Satan, in deceiving Eve, Gen. 3:4, 5; in impugning Job's motives for being righteous, Job 1:9, 10; 2:4, 5; in his false pretensions to Jesus, Matt. 4:8, 9; Luke 4:6, 7.
Adam and Eve, in attempting to evade responsibility, Gen. 3:12, 13.
Cain, in denying knowledge of his brother, Gen. 4:9.
Abraham, in denying that Sarah was his wife, Gen. 12:11-19; 20:2.
Sarah, to the angels, denying her derisive laugh of unbelief, Gen. 18:15; in denying to the king of Gerar, that she was Abraham's wife, Gen. 20:5, 16.
Isaac, denying that Rebekah was his wife, Gen. 26:7-10.
Rebekah and Isaac, in the conspiracy against Esau, Gen. 27:6-24, 46.
Jacob's sons, in the scheme to destroy the Shechemites by first having them circumcised, Gen. 34.
Joseph's brethren, in deceiving their father into a belief that Joseph was killed by wild beasts, Gen. 37:29-35.
Potiphar's wife, in falsely accusing Joseph, Gen. 39:14-17.
Joseph, in the deception he carried on with his brethren, Gen. 42-44.
Pharaoh, in dealing deceitfully with the Israelites, Ex. 7-12.
Aaron, in attempting to shift responsibility for the making of the golden calf, Ex. 32:1-24.
Rahab, in denying that the spies were in her house, Josh. 2:4-6.
The Gibeonites, ambassadors, in the deception they perpetrated upon Joshua and the elders of Israel in leading them to believe that they came from a distant region, when in fact they dwelt in the immediate vicinity, Josh. 9.
Ehud, in pretending to bear secret messages to Eglon, king of Moab, while his object was to assassinate him, Judg. 3:16-23.
Sisera, who instructed Jael to mislead his pursuers, Judg. 4:20.
Saul, in professing to Samuel to have obeyed the commandment to destroy all spoils of the Amalekites, when in fact he had not obeyed, 1 Sam. 15:1-26; in accusing Ahimelech of conspiring with David against himself, 1 Sam. 22:11-16.
David lied to Ahimelech, professing to have a mission from the king, in order that he might obtain provisions and armor, 1 Sam. 21; in feigning madness, 1 Sam. 21:13-15; and other deceits with the Philistines, 1 Sam. 27:8-12; the falsehood he put in the mouth of Hushai, of friendship to Absalom, 2 Sam. 15:34-37.
Michal, in the false statement that David was sick, in order to save him from Saul's violence, 1 Sam. 19:12-17.
The Amalekite who claimed to have slain Saul, 2 Sam. 1:10-12.
Hushai, in false professions to Absalom, 2 Sam. 16:16-19; in his deceitful counsel to Absalom, 2 Sam. 17:7-14.
The wife of the Bahurimite who saved the lives of Hushai's messengers, sent to apprise David of the movements of Absalom's army, 2 Sam. 17:15-22.
The murder, under false pretense: Of Adonijah, 1 Kin. 2:23, of Shimei, 1 Kin. 2:42, 43; of Jeroboam's wife, 1 Kin. 14:2.
The old prophet of Beth-el who misguided the prophet of Judah, 1 Kin. 13:11-22; Jeroboam's wife, feigning herself another woman, 1 Kin. 14:5-7.
The conspirators against Naboth, 1 Kin. 21:7-13.
Gehazi, when he ran after Naaman, and misrepresented that Elisha wanted a talent of silver and two changes of raiment, 2 Kin. 5:20-24.
Hazael, servant of the king of Syria, lied to the king in misstating the prophet Elisha's message in regard to the king's recovery, 2 Kin. 8:7-15.
Jehu lied to the worshipers of Baal in order to gain advantage over them, and destroy them, 2 Kin. 10:18-28.
Zedekiah, in violating his oath of allegiance to Nebuchadnezzar, 2 Chr. 36:13; Ezek. 16:59; 17:15-20.
Samaritans, in their efforts to hinder the rebuilding of the temple at Jerusalem, Ezra 4.
Sanballat, in trying to obstruct the rebuilding of Jerusalem, Neh. 6.
Haman, in his conspiracy against the Jews, Esth. 3:8.
Jeremiah's adversaries, in accusing him of joining the Chaldeans, Jer. 37:13-15.
Princes of Israel, when they went to Jeremiah for a vision from the Lord, Jer. 42:20.
Herod, to the wise men, in professing to desire to worship Jesus, Matt. 2:8.
Jews, in falsely accusing Jesus of being gluttonous and a drunkard, Matt. 11:19; in refusing to bear truthful testimony concerning John Baptist, Matt. 21:24-27; falsely accusing Jesus of blasphemy, when he remitted sin, Matt. 9:2-6; Mark 2:7; Luke 5:21; and aounced that he was the Son of God, Matt. 26:65; Mark 14:64; John 10:33-38.
Peter, in denying Jesus, Matt. 26:69-75; Mark 14:68-71; Luke 22:56-62; John 18:25-27.
The Roman soldiers, who said the disciples stole the body of Jesus, Matt. 28:13, 15.
The disobedient son, who promised to work in the vineyard, but did not, Matt. 21:30.
Ananias and Sapphira falsely state that they had sold their land for a given sum, Acts 5:1-10.
Stephen's accusers, who falsely accused him of blaspheming Moses and God, Acts 6:11-14.
Paul's detractors, falsely accusing him of treason to Caesar, Acts 16:20, 21; 17:5-7; 24:5; 25:7, 8.
The Cretians are always liars, evil beasts, lazy gluttons, Tit. 1:12.
See: Accusation, False; Conspiracy; Hypocrisy; Perjury; Teachers, False.
False Teachers
See: Teachers, False.
False Witness
Ex. 20:16 Deut. 5:20; Matt. 19:18; Luke 18:20; Rom. 13:9; Ex. 23:1; Lev. 6:3; Lev. 19:11, 12, 16 Ex. 20:16. Deut. 19:16-20; Psa. 27:12; Psa. 35:11; Prov. 6:16-19; Prov. 12:17; Prov. 14:5, 8, 25; Prov. 18:5; Prov. 19:9, 22, 28; Prov. 21:28; Prov. 24:28; Prov. 25:18; Zech. 5:3, 4; Matt. 15:19; Luke 3:14; 1 Tim. 1:9, 10 See: Perjury; Lies and Deceits; Evidence, Laws Concerning; Witness.
Instances of
Witnesses against Naboth, 1 Kin. 21:13; against Jesus, Matt. 26:59-61; Mark 14:54-59; against Stephen, Acts 6:11, 13; against Paul, Acts 16:20, 21; 17:5-7; 24:5; 25:7, 9.


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