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Why Do People Bear False Witness Against Their Fellows?

Why Do People Bear False Witness Against Their Fellows?

How sad was it hearing a false witness against you or someone you know may be at the place of work, neighbours, even in the supposed places of worship respectively? This is very common among men. Why do they tend to take pleasure doing it? Some say "It's the devil" and so on. The devil or the bearer? What is your candid opinion? How can it be avoided?

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You've got a real analysis here. Truly, the opposite or neglegence of the Golden rule is simply the works of the deceitful mindset of the evil rule. "It still hold that whatever anyone sow is what he/she will reap." It does go terrible with false witness bearers.

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Most people irrespective of religious affiliation see life as a jungle. They see it as the end justifies the means. They believe that a dog must eat a fellow dog if it must grow. Most people's conscience is tied to "pull him down" so that they can climb. Most of them that bear false witness will tell you that "heaven helps those who help themself" and that they are only helping themself. They don't believe in the golden rule of "do unto others as you would want them do unto you". They simply have murdered their conscience and believe that achieving their own goal is what matters in life.

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Anyone that bears false witness against another person

check the spirit that is leading him it’s not farfetched

He apparently made himselves the devils tool and agent

And we can’t avoid it after all we are living in the last days

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It’s really not people but the devil . . .

he knows he’s got limited time and he’s time is short

Distraction is the Name of the Game!! That’s the devil’s number one tool!!

He generally distracts people from the “good news”

of what His death, burial and resurrection accomplished for humanity

And he is the accuser of the brethren Rev 12-10

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