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Sermon: Steps To Help Me Stop Lying About Myself.

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In a world that often encourages us to present the best version of ourselves, sometimes at the cost of our truth, the call to authenticity resonates more deeply than ever. Today, we are exploring a theme that challenges us yet is crucial to our Spiritual and Personal growth:

"Steps To Help Me Stop Lying About Myself." This sermon will draw on the wisdom of Scripture, specifically Proverbs 12:22, Ephesians 4:25, and Colossians 3:9, to guide us towards honesty and integrity.

Scripture Foundation

  • Proverbs 12:22: "The LORD detests lying lips, but he delights in trustworthy people."

  • Ephesians 4:25: "Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to your neighbor, for we are all members of one body."

  • Colossians 3:9: "Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its practices."

These verses serve as a solemn reminder of God's call for us to be truthful, not just with others but, notably, with ourselves. They underscore a fundamental aspect of Christian living—integrity.

The Path to Authenticity

1. Acknowledgment and Confession

The first step in stopping the lies we tell ourselves is acknowledgment. We must recognize and admit our tendencies to exaggerate, understate, or falsify aspects of our lives. Confession, first to God and then to a trusted Spiritual guide, friend, or family member, can bring the relief and support needed to start anew. Like David in Psalm 51, God is faithful in cleansing us from unrighteousness when we acknowledge our transgressions.

2. Understanding Our Worth in God

The lies we tell ourselves often stem from a misinterpretation of our worth. Ephesians 2:10 reminds us that we are "God's handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do." Our value does not come from our achievements, appearances, or possessions but from being God's creation, designed for His purpose. Remembering this truth can liberate us from the pressure to misrepresent ourselves.

3. Intentionality in Self-Reflection

To break the cycle of dishonesty about ourselves, we must regularly engage in honest self-reflection. This involves setting aside time for prayer and contemplation, asking God to reveal areas of our lives where we are not truthful. Through the Holy Spirit's guidance, we can see ourselves as we are, acknowledging our strengths and weaknesses.

4. Practicing Honesty in Community

Living out our commitment to truth involves surrounding ourselves with a community that values honesty. Ephesians 4:15 urges us to "speak the truth in love," growing in every way into Christ. A supportive Church can provide accountability, encourage us in our walk of integrity, and help keep us on the path of truthfulness.

5. Relying on God's Grace

Last, remembering that this journey is one of progress, not perfection, is crucial. There will be moments of failure, but God's grace is sufficient for us. His power is perfect in our weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9). When we falter, we can rely on His strength to continue moving in truth.


As we strive to stop lying about ourselves, we are called to live lives of transparency and authenticity, reflecting the truth of Christ in our Words and Actions. This path requires courage, humility, and dependence on God. But the reward—a life that honors God and resonates with the harmony of truth—is infinitely worth it.

May the Holy Spirit empower us to stop lies about ourselves, and may our lives be testimonies of God's Grace and Truth.


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