- Nativity Story Luke Chap 1 and 2
- Armor of God Eph. 6_10-17
- Names of Christ - Immanuel
- ISAIAH 45
- Ultimate Supremacy of Israel
- New Believers Saved through Christ NOW WHAT
- Mentoring and Building our Faith in Christ
- Sin Nature
- Bible Marking Concept
- Armor of God
- Detecting False Prophets and Church Leaders
- Sin - Defined by the Dictionary
- a false statement; lie.
- something false; an untrue idea, belief, etc.: The Nazis propagated the falsehood of racial superiority.
- the act of lying or making false statements.
- lack of conformity to truth or fact.
- Obsolete. deception.
Origin of falsehood
1. Falsehood, fib, lie, untruth refer to something untrue or incorrect. A falsehood is a statement that distorts or suppresses the truth, in order to deceive: to tell a falsehood about one's ancestry in order to gain acceptance. A fib denotes a trivial falsehood, and is often used to characterize that which is not strictly true: a polite fib. A lie is a vicious falsehood: to tell a lie about one's neighbor. An untruth is an incorrect statement, either intentionally misleading (less harsh, however, than falsehood or lie) or arising from misunderstanding or ignorance: I'm afraid you are telling an untruth.
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