Notice that deception is always used against a person who is acting as an enemy of God—seemingly getting in the way of God’s plan.
Most of the women who used deception in the Bible either worked to protect the lineage of God’s chosen people—specifically the coming Messiah or they were part of Jesus’ lineage. The enemy who deceived Eve—who was to carry the royal messianic seed—ended being tripped up by women who worked to keep the royal seed alive. Deception isn’t sanctioned—except when it deals with an enemy of God.
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