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Telling the Truth: Why Honesty is Always the Best Policy

"Always telling the truth may not be the easiest path, but it is the most honorable and trustworthy one." Great day, great people! I started this blog with a quote because being truthful is not always easy. But it is always necessary. The Word of God says in Psalm 34 verse 13, "Keep your tongue from evil and your lips from speaking deceit." Another version says, "Then keep your tongue from speaking evil and your lips from telling lies!" Telling the truth sometimes is a difficult thing to do, especially when the truth may hurt someone's feelings or even cause conflict. However, in the end, being honest is always the best policy. Not only does it help build trust and respect in our relationships, but it also helps us to maintain our integrity and personal values. Building trust and respect in our relationships is one of the main benefits of being truthful. When we are honest with others, we show them that we value their trust and are willing to be open and transparent with them. This can help to create strong bonds of trust and respect that can last a lifetime. Maintaining our integrity and personal values is yet another benefit of telling the truth. When we are dishonest, we compromise our values and our beliefs, which can lead to feelings of guilt and shame. Jesus did not come that we should be condemned. By being honest, we can uphold our personal values and maintain our integrity, which can help us to feel good about ourselves and our actions. It's important for us to remember that while the truth may be difficult to hear, it's always better to face it head-on than to avoid it or try to sugarcoat it. By being honest with ourselves and others, we can create stronger, healthier relationships and build a better world for ourselves and those around us. #Truth #TelltheTruth #Psalm3412 #DontLie #TruthHurts #Jesus #God #Blog


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