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HAVE you ever met a man who would rant and rave about his honesty — about where he was or whom he was with — and although you didn’t have any tangible proof, you could tell beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was fabricating the story? Have you met others, who even though they were lying, were capable of fooling you, because they were so good at it?

No fear, there are in fact psychological ways to detect lying lips for the next time you’re caught listening to one of the fellows in group two. Here are some signs for lying men, and women too:



Body language: One good way to spot a liar is to watch the body language. You should not stare but you must be very quick. Look for things like stiffness in the body, too much calmness, fidgeting, the inability to keep still, or any kind of unnatural body movements. Without staring, make sure he/she knows that you are paying keen attention. A liar does not like to be observed and will become so uncomfortable that the lies are bound to come to light.

Voice quality: Listen keenly to the person’s voice and try to find out if there is any trace of abnormality. Does the person sound the same as when he/she is talking normally? If you detect a pitch in the voice that is too high or too low, take note. When people are lying they answer questions very quickly and the voice may sound squeaky, too loud, or like that of another person.

Eye contact: It is widely known that when a person is lying they cannot look you straight in the eyes but seasonal liars will master the art of looking you in the eyes while lying. Anyway, forensic psychologists say that the eyes become much brighter when someone is lying and there is much more eye movement.

Speech pattern: Listen to hear if there are changes in the person’s speech pattern. Listen if the person is speaking at a faster or slower speech rate than normal. Most importantly, listen for signs that he/she is searching for words or is stuttering unnecessarily.

Reactions: Look for jumping, jerking or sharp movements. One way to get at the truth is to bring up the subject matter at a time when the person would least expect you to, especially with the person’s back turned. If you are telling the truth or if you share information that the person did not expect you to know, he/she may either jump or react frightened or surprised. If you act like you have not noted the frightened reactions, the person may still try to cover them up or will tend to start a barrage of never-ending explanations. Jerky reactions coupled with too-long explanations should cause you to think twice.

Use questioning: If there is one thing that a liar hates, it is to answer questions. No one likes to be interrogated, even if they are telling the truth. Notwithstanding, liars try to concentrate harder than those who are telling the truth but despite this, they don’t always have the ability to remember their story and what they said earlier. They will tell you one thing at one time and something totally different at another time. You will notice too, that those who are lying will quickly follow your lead if you try to change the subject. If you change the subject and the person seems more relaxed, it could mean that earlier in the conversation you were being conned.

Note that the seasoned liar may be able to mask some of the signs. However, the occasional liar will give away something here or there. Remember too, that if you detect one or two of these signs, it does not necessarily mean that you are conversing with a liar, but a larger combination could be due to lying lips.



Prayer Secret #4 –
Stating Your Case Before God
The first 3 prayer secrets talked about in the Prayer Section of our site all lay the groundwork for you to be able to properly approach God the Father with your specific prayer requests. This particular prayer secret will now be the first of several that will get into the real heart of directly praying to God the Father.
This particular prayer secret is coming off of two very simple, but extremely powerful verses back in the Old Testament. When I first saw the three specific phrases that were in the middle of these two verses, I saw major prayer secret written all over it. I believe that God the Father is giving all of us a major revelation with the three key phrases that He has in these two verses.
The three key phrases in these two verses are that we can approach God to “reason together” with Him, that we can “state our case” before Him, and that we can “contend together” with Him.
Think of the implication of these three statements – that the one and only all-powerful and all-knowing God of this entire universe is willing and open to listen to our reasons, to our contentions, and to our cases if they are properly brought and presented before Him!
Here are the two specific verses giving us this very profound revelation from the Lord:
“Come now and let us reason together,” says the Lord, “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow …” (Isaiah 1:18)

“I, even I, am He who blots out your transgressions for My own sake: And I will not remember your sins. Put Me in remembrance; let us contend together; state your case, that you may be acquitted.” (Isaiah 43:25)
Though both of these verses are talking about being able to get forgiveness for our sins before the Lord – I believe that God the Father is giving all of us a major revelation with these three key phrases. If we can approach God to state our cases before Him, and to try and reason and contend with Him on the matter of some our own personal sins – then I believe we can also take this same principle and apply it in our own personal prayer life with Him.
I believe God the Father is giving all of us an open invitation to enter into intimate dialogue with Him with the way that He has worded these two verses. These three key phrases are telling us that God, at times, will want to hear what we have to think about a matter. He will want to hear our thoughts, and He will want us to fully express our feelings to Him about any specific matter or topic we may want to discuss with Him.
If God is all-knowing and already knows what we are going to think before we even think it – why would He even want us to go through the process of talking with Him and voicing our opinions about certain matters? If He already knows what we will need before we will even need it – why would God even want us praying to Him in the first place? Why doesn’t God just rely on His perfect knowledge on all things and just give us what we will need without us ever having to ask for it?
I believe the answer to this question is only one possible answer. And that one answer is because God wants more than anything else that we enter in and attempt to establish a one-on-one, intimate, personal relationship with Him.
If we never had to approach God for prayer to voice and express any of our thoughts, feelings and opinions on anything – then we would never be entering into any type of dialogue or personal conversation with Him. And if we cannot establish any kind of good, two-way communication and dialogue with the Lord – then no real close, personal relationship is ever going to develop between Him and us.
The only way that any kind of a good, personal relationship can be developed between two people is through good, personal, free-flowing conversation and dialogue where both parties are totally free to express all of their thoughts, opinions and feelings about anything they want to talk about.
This is what makes a best friend relationship so unique and so wonderful – because you are so in tune to your best friend and so comfortable with them – that you are totally free and comfortable in being yourself and releasing and expressing yourself to your fullest potential.
Good, personal, free-flowing dialogue and conversation is the lifeblood of any good, personal relationship between two friends or two spouses. Nothing will shut a marriage or a good friendship down faster than if one or both of the parties start to pull back on the good, personal conversations and communication they used to have.
Just as good, personal, free-flowing conversation is the lifeblood in our own personal human relationships – this same principle also applies and carries over to our own personal relationship with the Lord. This is why God has these three specific phrases mentioned in the above two verses. God the Father is giving all of us a major clue and revelation in that He is open and willing to have personal, two-way dialogue and conversation with each one of us.
As I said numerous times in some of my other articles, God the Father wants you to be available 24/7 for intimate prayer and dialogue with Him – not just one time a week in a two hour Church service. God wants you to be able to talk and dialogue with Him with the same amount of frequency and with the same amount intensity as you would with your best friend. Except with God, He wants to become your best Friend, over and above any of other best friends you may have in this life.
God has to become #1 in your life. He will not settle for or accept a #2 position. The Bible tells us that God the Father has a consuming type of fire love for all of us, and He is very possessive and jealous over every single one of us with this kind of intense and passionate love.
With the above revelation telling us that we are free to boldly approach God’s throne and not to be afraid to state our cases and contentions before Him, and not to be afraid to try and reason with Him over certain issues and topics – what this now does is open up a whole new realm of possibilities in your prayer life with God the Father if you were never aware of this possibility before.
Once you have decided that you have a certain prayer request that you would like to present before God the Father – the first thing you should decide is how strong you need to go in stating your case before Him. If your prayer request is something very simple, you do not need to get all worked up and give God 55 reasons as to why you would like Him to grant your prayer request. Just ask God once or twice and then have faith that He will answer or grant the prayer request if it is in His will for your life.
However, where this principle will really come into play is when you have a request that is on the more medium to heavier side. A perfect example of something on the heavier side is when you may be praying for someone who may be dying of cancer. This principle will really come into play on this type of emergency situation.
What you do in this type of case, is that before you start shooting healing and battle verses through and start asking God to heal the one you are praying for – stop and form out your case as to why you would like God to heal this person. Stop and analyze the person’s life that you are praying for. Form out your own personal arguments as to why God should consider healing and extending this person’s life.
What you are doing is exactly what the above two verses are trying to tell you to do – you are stating your case before God, and you are stating your reasons and contentions as to why He should consider healing the one you are praying for.
Below I will give you a personal testimony where this particular principle literally turned the tide on a healing case I was brought into by a woman I used to work with. Her 47 year old brother was dying of terminal Hodgkin’s disease. She had tried pleading the blood and asking God to heal her brother, but to no avail.
She then called me up and asked if I had any other suggestions that might get God to move on her behalf. I will give you what happened after she asked me, and then what God had me do in the battle prayer I ended up drawing up for her that literally turned the tide and got this man to be fully healed within a matter of 2 weeks.
Another analogy that I can give you that will show you how effective this kind of reasoning and contending can be with the Lord is with our criminal and civil court systems. In many civil and criminal trials, cases are sometimes won on the closing arguments from either the prosecuting attorney or the defense attorney.
When each side gives their closing arguments before a jury, each attorney will properly summarize the facts of their case, and then they will try and tell the jury why they should find in their client’s favor. What they are doing with the jury is stating their cases before them, and then trying to reason with them to try and get them to rule in their client’s favor. They are trying to persuade the jury that they have the stronger case and they are giving them their exact reasons as to why they should see things from their point of view.
I believe we can sometimes take this same kind of approach in our prayer life with God the Father, depending on what we are asking Him for. You obviously have to know when you can go into this kind of mode with God the Father. This is where the Holy Spirit will be helping you out. You will have to learn through trial and error when to take this kind of approach with God the Father.
You will need to properly analyze each one of your prayer requests and decide if you need to go into this kind of heavier mode with the Lord. If you have something that you are really wanting from the Lord, or if your prayer request is on that heavier side and you have a good release from the Holy Spirit to be approaching God with these kinds of arguments and contentions – then I would go ahead and give it a try and see what happens.
You will have nothing to lose in trying to incorporate this prayer principle into your personal prayer life with the Lord from time to time depending on exactly what it is you are asking Him for. It just may be the key to help turn the tide to get more of your personal prayers answered with Him.
One of the things I felt like the Holy Spirit has conveyed to me in reference to being able to get God to answer more of your prayers is that you have to somehow create a desire in God to want to answer your prayer in the first place.
And one of the ways that you can create a strong desire in God to want to answer more of your personal prayers is to give Him all of your personal reasons and contentions as to why He should consider answering them in the first place.
As the above two verses are trying to tell us – God wants to hear your arguments, your reasons and your contentions as to why He should answer your prayer.
If you can learn to go into this kind of mode with the Lord when the situation dictates taking this kind approach with Him – not only will you possibly be able to get more of your personal prayers answered – but you will also find yourself becoming much more closer to the Lord in your own personal relationship with Him.
The reason for this is because you will start to see and feel that God really does care for you, and that He really does want to have personal, two-way dialogue and conversation with you. You will learn that you can fully trust Him and that He will always treat you fairly, honestly and justly.
Now I want to give you two good examples of where this particular prayer secret was put into actual operation – and in both of these cases this principle completely turned the tide and got God to move to answer the prayers that were being presented to Him.

The first testimony is from the Story of Moses. Moses personally did one of the most amazing things in all of the Old Testament – he got God to change His mind from what His original intentions were going to be!
When Moses was up on Mount Sinai for 40 days and 40 nights with God the Father getting the 10 commandments and many of the other basic laws and commandments that God was wanting His people to live by, the children of Israel were down at the bottom of the mountain making a false idol by way of a golden calf.
When God sees this, He becomes so furious that He is literally wanting to consume all of the Israelites right there on the spot. However, when Moses sees how mad God is getting and what God is wanting to do to these people, Moses immediately steps into the gap for his people and begins trying to reason and plead with God as to why He should change His mind and not kill them.
Here is the verse that tells you word-for-word exactly what Moses said to God to get Him to change His mind from what His original intentions were going to be:
Then Moses pleaded with the Lord his God, and said: “Lord, why does Your wrath burn hot against Your people whom You have brought out of the land of Egypt with great power and with a mighty hand? Why should the Egyptians speak, and say, ‘He brought them out to harm them, to kill them in the mountains, and to consume them from the face of the earth?’
Turn from Your fierce wrath, and relent from this harm to Your people. Remember Abraham, Isaac, and Israel, Your servants, to whom You swore by Your own self, and said to them, ‘I will multiply your descendants as the stars of heaven; and all this land that I have spoken of I give to your descendants, and they shall inherit it forever.’ So the Lord relented from the harm which He said He would do to His people. (Exodus 32:11-14)
Notice what Moses does before the Lord. Instead of just asking the Lord to change His mind and not kill the Israelites for what they were doing at the bottom of that mountain – he goes one step further and starts to give God his specific reasons and contentions as to why He should not do it.
Notice this verse actually starts out with the words that Moses “pleaded with the Lord.” In other words, he was properly pleading his case before the Lord by giving God his main reasons and contentions as to why He should consider changing His mind.
And then notice what happens next. Not only is God willing to hear what Moses has to say about the matter – but then He actually “relents,” changes His mind and then answers Moses’ petition. And all of this was accomplished because Moses properly stated his case before God and gave God several good reasons as to why He should not kill any of the Israelites.
This is a perfect and classic example of someone who put all of the above revelation in actual operation with the Lord and was thus able to save quite a few people’s lives that day as a result.
Again, you have to know when you can go into this kind of mode with God the Father. But just realize that this is a possible option, and that at times, it can be a very powerful and persuasive option with the Lord.




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