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In a recent study, researchers found that the more we lie, t

In a recent study, researchers found that the more we lie, the more comfortable we become as liars. “The results found that those who had been unfaithful in previous relationships were three times more likely to cheat on their current partner than those who did not report any previous indiscretions,”

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Oct 10

@Ellen4550, It's true there are some people who never change. But the people I've ever met that think no one ever changes, are usually people who don't believe they can change themselves because they never have. I've known lots of people who've changed in miraculous ways. But I do understand there are some cheaters that will never repent or maybe they'll stray again because they're not on guard. But I'm definitely NOT a liar.

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Oct 10

@Lostinnumbness, I couldn't stand lying to my mother SO I DIDN'T.

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Oct 10

I will say at last that I believe in this study's premise. The reason being that if a person becomes comfortable in their sin and continues in it without repenting they get what the Bible calls a "seared conscience" or a hardened heart because they won't respond to God and admit they need God. So even a really religious person or maybe a judgmental person that thinks they're perfect can probably end up doing that too. So it behooves us to try our best to be humble, not prideful, and do heart checks now and then to make sure we're not doing what we judge others for doing. So like a person who tells "white lies" can be just as guilty as a liar, just like a person who thinks they never cheat could be just as guilty by thinking of cheating. At least that's what Jesus said. So that's why there's the parable of the two guys, a religious person, and a tax collector (a rejected person in Bible times.) The tax collector couldn't even look up at God and said he was unworthy of God's forgiveness, but prayed anyhow. And the religious guy thanked God he'd never commit whatever sins the tax collector would. Then according to God, the tax collector was more right with God than that person who thanked God he's so much holier than the mere tax collector who could never repent like his holiness could.

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