Read Colossians 3:9
Have you ever wondered about the origins of the phrase, “the naked truth?”
It’s because of an old fable. The mythical character Falsehood, who embodied the essence of all lies, so it says, stole the character Truth’s clothes. Truth, unwilling to dress in Falsehood’s garments, chose to go naked. Thereafter the character of Truth, when portrayed in classical paintings and other art, was unclothed.
Dare to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. No one needs Falsehood’s gift of gab or garb.
There’s a lie of speech. It’s easy to make up a story when making an excuse for not doing, or for not having done, something.
There’s a lie of silence. Some furnish approval of sin or fail to apprise of sin by silence.
But the Bible says, “Lie not.”
Prayer: Father, take from my life all dishonest and dishonorable things, take from my mind all untrue and ugly thoughts, take from my lips all deceitful and damaging words: through Christ, our Lord. Amen.