Impostor

<<fake>>

An imposter is a person pretending to be someone else, such as deceivers in the church, being “wolves in sheep’s clothing”, for even Satan can masquerade as an angel of light (Mt 7:15;

Are you the real deal?

2 Cor 11:13-15; 2 Jn 1:7). Many claim to ‘love the Lord’ yet their lifestyle does not measure up to His standards. Jesus said, “By their fruit you will know them” (Mt 7:16,20). Those that make false claims will be found out. There will be those who ‘think’ they should be allowed into heaven, yet Jesus will say "No, I don’t know you" because they are only a sham or give a false outward impression (Mt 7:21-23).

See also: deception, false.


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