deceitfulness

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But Sapphira was "hardened through the deceitfulness of sin."

I thought I was a child of God, but the deceitfulness of riches has choked the word.

“I call it deceitfulness, Thekla,” said her mother decidedly.

You're full of deceitfulness' (here she kissed him between the eyes and set him down).

We have a sad illustration of the deceitfulness of sin in the response of the bride.

This is what comes of deceitfulness and keeping things from your husband.

She arrived, inveighing against the deceitfulness of the human race.

The vanity of the world, and deceitfulness of all earthly things.

All these are illustrations of Jesuss teaching about the deceitfulness of riches.

At dinner I hardly said a word, I was so enraged at this deceitfulness.

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