''Oh What A Tangled Web We Weave , When First We Practice To Deceive''                                                                                                                                      --Sir Walter Scott

Living a life of lies will catch up to us, eventually,

becoming harder to maintain the longer we uphold the facade.

Not all people are capable of fully discerning the tangles and holes

within the "Web of Life".


"By their Fruit will they be known". 

 For whatsoever is not of the true

Righteousness of The Eternal Father...

is of Satan.


 Lies are dangerous; Lies inhibit growth and prevent progress.

Think about it:

The worst and most dangerous and damaging lies

are the ones we tell ourselves.

May we always remember and NEVER forget:
Lying comes from the devil – John 8:44
Satan is a liar... the father of lies.


All deception in the course of life is indeed nothing more

than a lie reduced to practice.


If you are alive...

you have the experience of a host of low truths... that is...

someone approaching you with the most sincere lie.

Some consider it necessary to lie... and some enjoy it.

When one lies, they  have to tell a few back-up lies.
Soon, they have a tangled web of lies
from that single deception.
When we lie about something...
we can find ourselves in a very complicated situation
trying to keep the story straight about the lie.

Tangled webs are just full of holes!

If one tells lies...

they had better have a really good memory or they will end up in a tangle of lies.

When one decides to lie about something they end up getting into deeper

trouble because they have to keep weaving lies to try to get out of the first lie

they told.

 Lies will drive one nuts trying to keep all the stories straight...

especially, when they have never even happened.

We make things difficult and complicated for ourselves

when we deceive others.


When one deceives or lies to someone about something,
they have to remember each lie so they don't get tripped up...
and it's hard to keep track of things one has lied about.

The more one bends the truth the more one has bend

to keep the truth from coming out.


Lies can become very expensive to maintain.
If one weaves a web of lies,
sooner or later they're going to get caught.
Liar. Liar. Liar.
Habitual liars are diabolic creatures. They can be easily recognized
because they like to keep various groups of friends and acquaintances
separate, for fear they will exposed, thus causing the web to unravel.
''Oh what a tangled web we weave ,
when first we practice to deceive''
 "A tongue of deception" is unjust, vicious, fallacious, unrighteous, and
corrupt. The lying tongue desires, through  such vicious dishonesty, to do
personal injury to another. Thus, it is not just telling lies to cover one's own
wickedness, but the telling of lies to bring harm to another.
Lies beget more lies, and masking lies with more lies creates an
ever-more-complex arrangement of falsehoods. 
 The web of lies can snowball way out of control
and become too big to maintain.
Lies can overwhelm the liar.
''Oh what a tangled web we weave ,
when first we practice to deceive''
A web is what is woven by a spider, and its function is to trap flies with its
stickiness; the more they attempt to get away, the more they entangle
themselves in it. The liar spins and weaves his own trap for himself, not
realizing he has done so until he's caught in it.

The bee gets caught in a web, and the spider makes swift little runs down the
web to torment it. "Bees are not sinister," "They do not sneak around waiting
to pounce on their helpless prey. On the contrary, they help us immensely, and
we in turn exploit them to the max. They sting out of self-defense, which in
turn is fatal to them."

Deception is a false reality imposed on a true reality. It is a fragile and
complex weaving of truth, half-truths, lies, and lies of omission. To
successfully deceive another (or several people), one must be skilled in the art
of deception. To create a deception worthy of belief, one must be able to
create plausible details that help create the illusion of truth. It is the details
that people listen to and remember, and the one deceiving is obligated to
remember these detail in order to avoid having the lie exposed.
The problem with remembering the lies we
tell is that all people are basically good and
we tend to forget the bad things we've done.
In order to successfully perpetuate deception,
the liar must be willing to live that lie when
necessary. This becomes the tangled web we
weave, especially when first we practice to
What a mess we create when we lie
and then try to cover that lie with other lies. One has to tell one string of lies
after another to keep the truth hidden. As a result... we end up getting caught
in the mess when the truth comes out... just like a spider who is caught in his
own web.
The more one lies, or deceives, the bigger the "web" they create and the more
complicated things become. The idea here is that it is better to tell the truth
and be honest.

May we make the right choices and do the right thing.

If we tell the truth,

there is nothing to remember because

it is the truth. 

 Knowledge of God's Word is a strong tower against deception.

Keep life simple - just tell the truth.


The truth is free...


and it sets us free!

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