The Truth About Lying (8 of 23) by Ken Trivette
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1. DISHONEST WORDS
a) False Oaths
b) Faithful Oaths
2. DECEPTIVE WORDS
a) A Distorted View of Oaths
b) A Divine View of Oaths
3. DEPENDABLE WORDS
a) What is Required
b) What is Revealed
A police officer pulled a guy over for speeding. He walked up to his window and said, "May I see your driver's license?" The driver replied, "I don't have one. I had it suspended when I got my 5th DUI." The officer then said, "May I see the owner's card for this vehicle?" The driver said, "This is not my car. I stole it."
The officer, surprised at the answer said, "The car is stolen?" The driver said, "That's right. But come to think of it, I think I saw the owner's card in the glove box when I was putting my gun in there." "There's a gun in the glove box?" asked the officer.
"Yes sir. That's where I put it after I shot and killed the woman who owns this car and stuffed her in the trunk."
"There's a BODY in the TRUNK?"
The officer said, "Sir, stay in the car and don't move." He then walked back to his car and immediately called his captain. In no time the car was quickly surrounded by numerous police cars, one being the captain. The captain approached the driver and said, "Sir, can I see your license?"
The driver said, "Sure. Here it is." Sure enough, he had a valid license. The captain then asked, "Whose car is this?" The driver said it was his and handed him the registration to the car. The captain then asked him to open the glove box so he could see if a gun was in it. He opened the glove box and there was no gun in it. The captain finally asked if he would get out of the car and open the trunk. When he looked inside there was no body inside.
The captain then said to the driver, "I don't understand this. My officer said that you told him that you did not have a license, that you had stolen this car, that you had a gun in the glov ...
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