Even with truth living in and around me, somehow the lie came along too.
I believed in Jesus so young. No major questions, just a big Yes, I believe. I don’t ever remember saying yes to the lie, but it followed me anyway.
It’s the oldest lie on the books, the same lie that poisoned Eden. It wears the mask of something more, something better. But it spoils. After it weasels in to take root in our hearts.
God doesn’t truly love you, not enough. You need more. That’s the lie.
Did you know we can hold the truth in one hand, and reach for something better with the other?…
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