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    1. story to lie and deceive people

    2. if Satan manages to deceive you (it is his job on the earth, as he is a

    3. be easier to deceive her? Adam went into sin fully aware of what he was doing

    4. We ought not to deceive ourselves into thinking that suffering is normative and thus continue to blight the character of God

    5. Demonic powers manipulate and deceive, but they do not bring wisdom

    6. I ask your indulgence in this Jake, we did not mean to deceive you

    7. He shared his home but not his time, preferring, when not down at the pub watching Manchester City flatter to deceive in wide screen glory, to lock himself away in his room with his computers and his cable links to a very private world of digital opportunities

    8. at the pub watching Manchester City flatter to deceive in wide

    9. wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect

    10. If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us

    11. … well that is true … listen as he goes on to comment on how nice it is finding a friend … no point mentioning the gender of the person concerned … he thinks it’s a woman … tells me to have a wonderful time … damn the guilt trip … He’s a good son … shouldn’t deceive him … he wouldn’t like it … best leave things as they are … will never sleep … I know I won’t

    12. deceive the nations that are at the

    13. And he will come out to deceive the

    14. 8and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the

    15. Words should be to communicate not deceive

    16. The second heaven is a veil that blinds us to the reality of God’s truth, for the enemy has power there to deceive

    17. more in God’s ability to lead us than the enemy’s ability to deceive us

    18. Kant, “with his talent to deceive himself”, as

    19. It comes from an order of men, whose interest is never exactly the same with that of the public, who have generally an interest to deceive and even to oppress the public, and who accordingly have, upon many occasions, both deceived and oppressed it

    20. Is God trying to intentionally deceive us by using words that have a

    21. They have no suspicion, it is said, that any of their fellow citizens will deceive them

    22. Allowing notions of Evil to seep into our consciousness, even as dialectical counterarguments to Good, encourages standards of debate that Evil does not justly merit; that is to say, Evil poses a potential (spiritual) risk to individuals who (unknowingly) provide it with a plausible forum to deceive receptive viewpoints by (intentionally) mischaracterizing its harmful designs

    23. Those who seek peace above all else, they say, will always deceive to keep the water calm

    24. 25 You know Abner the son of Ner, that he came to deceive you, and to know your going out and your coming in, and to know all

    25. Or I was so used to lying instead of telling difficult truths that I welcomed the chance to deceive her

    26. Mat 24:24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect

    27. that be in the midst of you, deceive you, neither listen to your dreams which you cause to be dreamed

    28. Did his words deceive?

    29. 21 And this was an occasion to deceive the world, for men, serving either calamity or tyranny, did ascribe to stones and stocks the

    30. 6 If he has need of you, he will deceive you, and smile on you, and put you in hope; he will speak you fair, and say, what want you?

    31. errand! He might otherwise have been killed for trying to deceive his

    32. he waited a time to deceive her, from the day that he had seen her

    33. 4 Then came the Word from God to Adam, and said to him, "Know you and understand concerning this Satan, that he seeks to deceive you and your seed after you

    34. 3 "But I will deceive them so that they shall come out of the water, and not fulfill their vow

    35. I am he who sent her, through the craft of my speech, to deceive you until you and she ate of the fruit of the tree, and you came away from under the command of God

    36. " This was a device of Satan to deceive Adam

    37. 24 "Yet again, O God, when You have put us apart from each other, the devils will deceive us with their apparitions, and destroy our hearts, and defile our thoughts towards each other

    38. When you deceive yourself that you

    39. 5 Yes, children, deceive not yourselves, for there has been previously prepared a place for every soul of man

    40. 11 And Jacob called to Laban, and said to him, What is this that you did to me? Surely I served you for Rachel, and why did you deceive me and did give me Leah?

    41. 47 And Laban said to Jacob, What is this you have done to me to flee and deceive me, and lead my daughters and their children as captives taken by the sworde

    42. 54 And Esau spoke these things in order to deceive Joseph with his words, for Esau knew that Joseph was not present in those days when Esau sold all belonging to him in the land of Canaan to Jacob

    43. 53 And Joshua said to them, Why did you deceive me, to do this thing to use and they answered him, saying, Because it was told to your servants all that you had done to all the kings of the Amorites, and we were greatly afraid of our lives, and we did this thing

    44. God says to him, who has shown you that you are naked, unless it be that you have forsaken my commandment which I gave you to keep it? Then Adam remembered the word which I spoke to him when I wished to deceive him, I will put you out of danger from God; And he turned and said to me, Why have you done this? And I also remembered the word of the Serpent, and said, The Serpent deceived me

    45. And after speaking so to me, He spoke to the serpent in great anger, saying to him, Since you have done this, and has become an ungracious instrument until you should deceive those who were remiss in heart, cursed are you of all the beasts

    46. He was so obsessed, that he hatched a plan to deceive his father, and once Esau found out, he set out to kill Jacob after their father died

    47. Compulsions make you a prisoner, and deceive you with false promises of total fulfillment that never

    48. The Pastor sat back, considering Gabriel’s comments before saying, “The book of Matthew says false Christs will rise up and show great signs and wonders that would even deceive the elect if it were possible

    49. They do not deceive, meaning, they have not yet been associated with empirical

    50. But from time to time I have found that the senses deceive, and it is prudent never to trust

    1. to recognize those who are deceived

    2. Those leaders with a proud attitude have a false view of themselves and are deceived by

    3. Eve was deceived by the Devil's lie

    4. deceived, but the woman was

    5. Man is given the leadership position in the church because he is first in order of creation and he was not deceived as was Eve

    6. the leadership role for two reasons: (1) Man was created first and woman was created out of him and for him; (2) Woman was deceived in the transgression

    7. He could understand how the Christials had been deceived during their approach

    8. By telling her the truth and correctly explaining what God had said, he deceived her

    9. Because the world is ruled over by the evil one, they have been deceived and have become evil

    10. How is it that these nations would endure 1000 years of heaven, and then be deceived into coming against God at Jerusalem? It is the rejection of God in this ultimate way that can only result in judgment

    11. Let not him that is deceived trust in vanity: for vanity shall be his recompense

    12. From what she’s let drop, it seems her ex-husband deceived her, lied to her and, having driven her to attempting suicide, lied to her psychiatrist as well, trying to convince both of them that she was crazy

    13. And the devil who had deceived them

    14. and the devil who had deceived them

    15. first beast, it deceived the

    16. prophets who were deceived were a little offended by this guy who seemed to think he knew more than them

    17. 'What do I hear you say! You have deceived me!'

    18. had deceived her from the truth about Jesus and freed her to see

    19. Rejecting the truth of that vision, she had come to find him, hoping beyond hope that her eyes were deceived

    20. we can be deceived

    21. It comes from an order of men, whose interest is never exactly the same with that of the public, who have generally an interest to deceive and even to oppress the public, and who accordingly have, upon many occasions, both deceived and oppressed it

    22. he could not be deceived

    23. the teachers deceived them

    24. customers were easily deceived, what the

    25. She wanted it to be the truth, but he had deceived her before and she had to be sure

    26. He can know better the character and situation of the persons whom he trusts; and if he should happen to be deceived, he knows better the laws of the country from which he must seek redress

    27. When Eve was deceived by the serpent and ate the fruit, Adam was not with her

    28. The New Testament also confirms the fact that only Eve was deceived and that Adam knew what He was entering into when eating the fruit they were told not to eat:


    30. Beloved, I am NOT there! You are deceived! Stop looking up this unending road, this insurmountable mountain you call faith! STOP! Look next to you! Here I am! I am always with you, yes, I am with you always, where you are!

    31. So you may acknowledge your need and confess all these hidden things you have concealed by pretense, in where you have deceived yourselves

    32. The truth was coming out, naturally, after the elections, but it was too late, and the will of the people, blackmailed and deceived in my view, must be respected, as it must be done in any democracy worth that name

    33. The odd ones were the few dreamers who believed in miracles, and they were deceived and used every bit as much as had been Truman

    34. Their riotous myths were always the preferred fodder of the easily deceived masses

    35. He who has never been deceived by a lie does not

    36. He went over in his mind the number of times that Elizabeth had deceived him

    37. He only hoped Amonas was indeed alive, and he had not been deceived by the capricious machine

    38. Few people are around at this time of day so it was very peaceful but don’t be deceived by the apparent calm of the sea

    39. The one deceived into believing that his knowledge is sufficient in and of itself, and the other convinced that what he knew (was taught) was not reliable

    40. 17 And Saul said to Michal, Why have you deceived me so, and sent away mine enemy, that he is escaped? And Michal answered

    41. The history has been exhibiting that many countries were deceived by the economic growth; today they are in the misery

    42. 12 And when the woman saw Samuel, she cried with a loud voice, and the woman spoke to Saul, saying, Why have you deceived me?

    43. But I don’t want to go through another deceived illusion

    44. A sliver of hope pierces me, strangely painful, when combined with the guilt I feel for how I deceived him

    45. She also listened to a “false prophet” and was deceived by him, the supreme master of all the false prophets, and every false prophet is under his authority, SATAN!

    46. 16 With him is strength and wisdom; the deceived and the deceiver are his

    47. In fact, don’t be deceived with the term: “This is the house of the Lord” it’s a lie!

    48. Wine is a mocker; strong drink is raging, and whoever is deceived by it is not wise

    49. we’ve all felt deceived when that new dress didn’t deliver the feelings it

    50. 13 The princes of Zoan are become fools, the princes of Noph are deceived; they have also seduced Egypt, even

    1. But on that day, when that veil that deceives and blinds them is taken away, they shall see all things as they in fact are

    2. The only type of self-deception that is evil is that which deceives

    3. This current economic system totally imposes cruel death physical or moral to million of million of people, which it deceives governments and technocrats in the belief in economic fundamentals mistaken and torturing

    4. there is a fallen angel that deceives the multitudes

    5. that there is only one God and a fallen angel that deceives the multi-

    6. This hot money deceives countries and international monetary organisms with the utopia of the economic growth; it also causes rapid financial dependence when this capital enters in the country and it produces the total destruction when quickly it goes out

    7. judgments becomes the illusionary situation that deceives

    8. And it associates with doubters and the vain and prophesies to them in a comer and deceives them speaking to them according to their desires mere empty words: for they are empty to whom it gives its answers

    9. 23:37-24:51 O Jerusalem Jerusalem who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to you; how often I would have gathered your children together even as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings but you were not willing! Note your house is left desolate for you! because I say to you you shall not see Me from now on until you shall say: Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord; do you not see all these things? truly I say to you there shall not be one stone left upon another here that shall not be thrown down; and be diligent that no man deceives you because many shall come in my name saying: “I am Christ” and shall deceive many; and you shall hear of wars and rumours of wars; see that you are not troubled because all these things must come to pass but the end will still not be because nation shall rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom; and there shall be famines and pestilences and earthquakes in various places; all these are the beginning of sorrows; then they shall deliver you up to be afflicted and shall kill you and you shall be hated by all nations for my name’s sake and then many shall be offended and shall betray one another and shall hate one another and many false prophets shall rise and shall deceive many and because iniquity shall abound the love of many shall grow cold but he who shall endure to the end the same shall be saved and this gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached around the world for a witness to all nations and then the end shall come; therefore when you all shall see the Abomination of Desolation stand in the holy place spoken of by Daniel the prophet; whoever reads it let him so understand; then let those who are in Judea flee into the mountains; Let him who is on the housetop not come down to take anything out of his house; Neither let him who is in the field return back to take his clothes and disaster to those who are with children and to those who are breast feeding in those days! but pray that your flight is not in the winter neither on the Sabbath Day because then there shall be great tribulation such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time no nor ever shall be again and there shall be no flesh saved unless those days should be shortened so for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened so then if any man shall say to you: Note the Christ is here or there do not believe it; because there shall appear the false Christs and the false prophets and shall show great signs and wonders in so much that if it were possible they shall deceive the very elect

    10. the wills of unsaved sinful men and Satan who deceives them

    11. Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the

    12. and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth,

    13. He/she deceives the

    14. deceives those who dwell on the earth by those signs which he was

    15. Revelation 13:14-15: And he deceives those who dwell on the earth by

    16. He can only get into your life if he deceives you, and you don't believe the word of God

    17. 26 I love this, if anyone considers himself religious and does yet not keep a tight reign on his tongue, he deceives himself and his religion is worthless

    18. Most certainly, Penelope was a woman of power and she demonstrates this in several ways, including in how she deceives the Suitors by weaving her shroud by day and unraveling it by night and how she refuses to recognize Ulysses even after he has managed to exterminate the Suitors

    19. When one of them does so, she puts on a great pretense and deceives all her family with a supposed disease

    20. And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, which deceives the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angel was cast out within him

    21. And deceives them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do within the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, that was healed

    22. And deceives them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power

    23. And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, which deceives the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out before him

    24. And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, which deceives the whole world: he was cast out

    25. And deceives them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do

    26. He hates mankind and deceives at every turn

    27. Hellfire preaching is the gospel of fear used by men like Jonathan Edwards; it cannot save, it deceives

    28. Parading in thy shape, deceives the eye,

    29. Yes, he said; everything that deceives may be said to enchant

    30. "That is what deceives you, Debray

    31. The calumniator is not yet punished, and he may hope that he will not be; but, on my honor, it he thinks so, he deceives himself

    32. Its false resemblance to merit deceives men

    33. This never deceives

    34. Thenardier intuitively felt that Javert was still there; the man spied upon has a scent which never deceives him; it was necessary to fling a bone to that sleuth-hound

    35. “You see he deceives you,” interrupted the man with the riband

    36. “Czar,” said he, in a fury, “I am guilty; I have lied to you, but Grineff also deceives you

    37. "Tzar," said he, furiously, "I am guilty, I have lied to you; but Grineff also deceives you

    38. “The devil only knows, what if he deceives us?” thought Miüsov, still hesitating, and watching the retreating buffoon with distrustful eyes

    39. As just such conventional persons, and not as what they are in reality, present themselves, under the influence of the intoxication of power and of servility, to themselves and to others, all the other participants in this matter, from the highest representatives of power, who sign their approval on documents, from the marshal, who drafts recruits at the levy of soldiers, and the priest, who deceives them, to the last soldier, who is now getting ready to shoot at his brothers

    40. If it is not always necessary to imprison men, to flog them, or to put them to death when the landowner collects his rents, if the needy peasant pays a treble price to the merchant who deceives him, or the mechanic accepts wages absurdly small in comparison with the income of his master, or the poor man parts with his last rouble for duties and taxes, it is because he remembers that men have been flogged and put to death for trying to avoid compliance with what was demanded of them

    41. It is for that reason that all the events and persons of this novel are so vivid and impress themselves on our memory: the weak, good, slatternly mother; the noble, weak, dear father, and the daughter, who is still dearer in her simplicity, absence of exaggeration, and readiness for everything good; their mutual relations, their first journey, their servants, their neighbours, the calculating, coarsely sensuous, stingy, petty, impudent fiancé, who, as always, deceives the innocent girl with the customary base idealization of the grossest of sentiments; the marriage; Corsica, with the charming descriptions of nature; then the life in the country; the coarse deception of the husband; the seizure of the power over the estate; his conflicts with his father-in-law; the yielding of the good people; the victory of impudence; the relation to the neighbours,—all that is life itself, with all its complexity and variety

    42. My memory deceives me, if any man who voted for the embargo thinks it submission

    1. James: 1:22: But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves

    2. Appearances can be deceiving; Mya saw there was a

    3. Alastair has no illusions about deceiving my father’s sharp eyes … he promised to ring him

    4. him from deceiving the nations

    5. Read the story and you will find that the deceiving spirit actually came from the Lord with the intent of deceiving a wicked king

    6. “I actually wanted to keep that a secret for a while, Xonia,” Zarko whispered, feeling very guilty that he had been deceiving the Hebrews till then

    7. Brynjolf himself was soft-spoken, but that quality was deceiving

    8. However, Sebastian knew looks were deceiving

    9. Soon, maybe in only a few days, she would have to reveal the truth to Reese, that she had been deceiving him this entire time

    10. I guess looks can be deceiving

    11. When one is in love, one always begins by deceiving one’s self, and one always ends by deceiving others

    12. And again in I Timothy 4:1, “Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons, speaking lies in hypocrisy

    13. This is a misleading and deceiving term, but I can understand how it became known as “ash”

    14. The girl was glad she had their support, but she wondered how love could be so strong as to push Ruwana and Viktor to not tell anyone that Elena was actually deceiving them

    15. “I had to come and warn you my Queen” he whispered, trying to restrain his voice from deceiving him in his quest to pretend that he hadn’t missed seeing me for the last few days

    16. There was no mistaking my own face tattooed on his back, for a moment I blinked thinking my eyes were deceiving me

    17. A sense of urgency kept them on their knees throughout the night and it was early morning before the Pastor rose to his feet to say, “We are to tell the world that Satan is deceiving the nations

    18. deceiving herself and focus upon the deception as it manifest within you

    19. 1 But when the wily Satan saw them that they were going to the garden he gathered together his host and came in appearance on a cloud intent on deceiving them;

    20. Deceiving his father had cost Jacob dearly in that he was forced to leave his home, he lost his beloved mother and had to start all over again, but in all his dealings thereafter, he was honest, and this brought him sons and great wealth at the expense of a conniving, cheating Laban

    21. Gideon with only three hundred men outwitted a Midianite army of thousands, deceiving them into thinking that he was much stronger than they

    22. "This" he answered "is the angel of luxury and deceit: he wears out the souls of the servants of God and perverts them from the truth deceiving them with wicked desires through which they will perish; for they forget the commandments of the living God and walk in deceits and empty luxuries; and they are ruined by the angel some being brought to death others to corruption:" I said to him "Sir I do not know the meaning of these words 'to death and to corruption

    23. We can be righteously angry/hate when we see injustice in the earth, against sickness and disease, against the enemy, against the lies of sin deceiving people, and about the sins we see in people’s lives, but we are NEVER to direct our anger at the people themselves

    24. input as to what is feasible are at best problematic and at worse deceiving

    25. He is solely interested in maximising the volume of life's pleasures which flow his way by tricking and deceiving other people into handing over their life-values to him

    26. Christians be doers of the Word and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves

    27. James says for us to be doers of the Word and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves

    28. 1 John 1:8 - If we say that we have no sin, we are deceiving ourselves and the truth is not in us

    29. He taught that those who know God can enjoy the liberty of living without deceiving themselves by the licenses of sinning

    30. is special emphasis as to the effectiveness of Satan in deceiving great

    31. tual-Reality is ushered in via the computer medium, deceiving the

    32. I guess for such an intelligent man deceiving hundreds of people of billions of dollars never was a concern to him

    33. this World is only the enjoyment of deception (a deceiving

    34. ” She was deceiving herself within, trying to train her for domestic happiness because she was convinced that once his passion was satisfied them would not be a man on the face of the earth capable of tolerating even for a day a negligence that was beyond all understanding

    35. During the conversations after meals, which usually went on for more than an hour, he complained that his partners were deceiving him

    36. “Gentlemen, what you have seen of our preparations up to now is actually quite deceiving

    37. The woman that walked in looked diminutive, like a teenager, but those appearances were extremely deceiving

    38. While turning the ignition key, Steven looked at him with deceiving eyes, and then waved out the window towards Mitchell, who was looking back

    39. This means that he was aware that his miracles were deceiving those people who believed

    40. "Looks can be deceiving, Jenna," I countered, staring her down

    41. All four appeared intact from a distance but Ingrid knew from long air combat experience that this could be deceiving

    42. But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your

    43. It is deceiving them, just as an illusionist does

    44. His looks were deceiving though

    45. Husbands are deceiving their wives and wives are deceiving their husbands

    46. “Oh, I’m Queen Zendra, am I? Then where are my wings and my subjects? You are the one that is deceiving us all

    47. “But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves

    48. Its looks are quite deceiving

    49. He looked like he could barely afford his cottage, although, people always say looks are deceiving

    50. Afterwards, when you spoke to Monkey Mother, it would be clear that the Goddesses were intent on deceiving you

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