Identity theft happens when there’s a breach of personal information by people who steal data from their victims for their personal gain. It’s becoming a trend in this digital age; that’s why you need to be careful when disclosing your private information to anyone.
While there are safety precautions you can do to prevent identity theft, it’s different when it comes to your spiritual being. Spiritual identity theft occurs when a person is being blinded and tempted by the evil to turn his back on God. It’s a cause for concern, especially to people who value their personal relationship with the Lord.
The very first spiritual identity theft happened when the serpent tempted Eve to pick a fruit from the Tree of Knowledge and talked Adam into eating it with her. Just like identity thieves in the 21st century, the serpent’s motivation was jealousy, envy, and discontent. All his strategies were based on lies and deception, which the first children of God fell for.
So, how do you know if your spiritual identity has been breached? Here are a few signs to look out for: