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The True God
1 John 5.13-21

Sometimes a short story will play a trick on its readers. Sometimes the author has told the story cleverly so as to lead us in one direction throughout the narrative, and then, with the last sentence, will reveal something which changes everything. This forces the reader to think quickly back through the whole story once more, eager to discover any earlier clues that might have given the game away. I remember, for example, an engrossing short story in which one was led to assume all along that the hero was a man, only to discover in the very last sentence that she was a woman. Suddenly everything looked, to say the least, radically different...

Taken from Early Christian Letters For Everyone by Tom Wright

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