5: The Truth About Lies

1. The devil is a liar—when?  ______ ______ ______.


2.   In the Word of God, Satan is described as a:

     a. deceiver

     b. thief

     c. liar

     d. murderer

     e. accuser

     f. all the above


3.  Write out John 8:44, Revelation 12:9-10, and John 10:10 below:


     What do all these scriptures have in common?


4.  The devil will mix some Truth and facts with his lies to make it believable. TRUE or FALSE 


5.  The enemy has one single weapon he consistently and relentlessly and mercilessly uses against mankind. Satan’s number one, all-time most used weapon against humanity is deception.”

     When have you been deceived? Tell about it below: 


6.  What is ACCUSATION?


7.   See the list of statements below. Circle the ones you have said (if only to yourself), and add additional ones that are not on the list.

     a. God is punishing me. He’s making me pay for something.

     b. God is mad at me.

     c. God thinks I’m a terrible person.

     d. God wants me to suffer.

     e. God doesn’t love me as much as He loves other people.

     f. I have disappointed God.

     g. ___________________________________

     In the list above, put a check mark by the statements you STILL BELIEVE is true—even if you just suspect it, and maybe aren’t sure.


8.   When you are trying to discern between a truth and a lie, one simple test is to ask yourself, ___________________________________________?


9.  “The enemy will attempt to get people to confuse his own voice with the voice of God. Quite often he’ll even provide some bits and pieces of scripture to back it up!” Which of the statements below fit this description?

     a. I must not be a good Christian because I failed at something really important. The Bible says we can do all things through Christ.

     b. The Bible says born-again believers are “new creatures” in Christ. So if I was really saved, I wouldn’t struggle with the same old sins over and over again.

     c. I have repented of my sin, but I think God is punishing me for it anyway, because I had to pay a court fine. That makes sense because the Bible says God disciplines those He loves.

     d. I struggle with sin, just like everyone else. But the Bible says there is no condemnation in Christ, and it also says the mercies of God a new every morning. God will give me another chance!


10.   When you are trying to recognize God’s voice, there are five things to do:

     1. __________________________

     2. __________________________

     3. __________________________

     4. __________________________

     5. __________________________


11.   The voice of God and the voice of the devil will agree:

     a. when you are not asking God for very much

     b. when the devil is in a good mood

     c. only on Monday mornings

     d. during a solar eclipse

     e. never


12.  “Many voices speak into our lives every day.”

     List the voices that influence your own thoughts every day:

     In this list, do all the voices agree with what God has to say?

      Why is important to focus on the voice of God instead of the conflicting voices?



BONUS QUESTION: When has the devil mixed some Truth and facts with his lies to get you to believe it? Did it work? Explain what happened.


The devil is a liar all the time!

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