The Second Greatest Lie Ever Told

The Second Greatest Lie Ever Told

by Mark Cahill

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Overview

Has someone you trusted ever lied to you? Your boyfriend? Your wife? Your very best friend? Those are the most painful kind of lies, because you genuinely trusted that person. I’m sure it made you angry. And if you’re honest, then you know that it hurt deeply. Why would they treat you that way? They knew they were lying. They had to know that eventually the truth would come out. Every one of us who has told a lie (and that includes all of you reading this booklet!) knows that sooner or later the truth comes out. So wouldn’t it have been easier to just tell the truth from the start? One of my mottos is that even if the truth hurts, it is still the truth! People always find out the truth. So it is always best to just tell the truth up front and deal with the consequences–whatever they are.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013522930
Publisher: Mark Cahill
Publication date: 11/30/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Mark Cahill has a business degree from Auburn University, where he was an honorable mention Academic All-American in basketball. After spending a few years in the business world, he surrendered his heart to Jesus Christ and asked God to place him where he could touch as many lives as possible. Within a year, he was teaching school. Although Mark planned to teach for the rest of his life, God moved him from teaching at a Christian high school to devoting a year to full-time evangelism. He then embarked on a speaking career. Mark speaks to thousands each year at churches, retreats, conferences, camps, etc., equipping and challenging the saved to go out and reach the lost. As one of his students noted, he's still teaching, but in a much bigger classroom.
His true vocation is witnessing, whether at malls, music and art festivals, beaches, sporting events, bar sections of towns—wherever the lost can be found. Mark is the author of One Thing You Can’t Do in Heaven which has been translated into Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Romanian and is being translated into Nepalese, and One Heartbeat Away. Mark lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia.

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