“Therefore, putting away lying, ‘Let each one of you speak truth with his neighbor,’ for we are members of one another.” (Eph. 4:25)

A little boy visited his aunt, who reprimanded him for telling a lie. “Do you know,” she warned, “what happens to little boys who tell lies?” “No, what, Auntie?” the little boy asked. “Well,” she said, “there is a man up in the moon, a little green man with just one eye, who sweeps down in the middle of the night and flies away to the moon with little boys who tell lies and makes them pickup sticks all the rest of their lives. Now you won’t tell lies any more, will you, for it’s awfully, awfully naughty?” The little boy pondered in his heart, “And, I thought I was a liar!”

Let us always speak the truth. “…All liars shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone, which is the second death.” (Rev. 21:8)    Author Unknown