1.) 11 lb. 15 oz 2.) 55 lb. 1 oz. 3.) 126 lb. 6 oz. 4.) 14.86 lbs. 5.) 25 lb. 6.) 43 lb. 6 oz. 7.) 22 lb. 4 oz. Weêve all heard fish stories about the –one that got away” or the story of the big fish that grows a little more every time we tell it. Itês funny when our friends do it. But thereês another name for this: lying. Why do we lie about the fish we catch (or donêt catch)? We want people to respect our abilities as anglers. Itês not¾enough¾to tell the truth and rest in what God allowed us to experience. Selfishly we want people to think more of us; to wish that they were as smart as us. In short, we want people to admire us. But there is only One who is worthy of ultimate admiration: Jesus Christ. The Bible says that He alone is worthy of all power, strength, honor, glory and blessing (Rev. 5:12). Whose glory do you live for: yours or Jesusê? No wonder the Bible says that all liars shall have their part in the Lake of Fire (Rev. 21:8)! This same Jesus, God in the flesh, laid down His life for sinners. He was crushed for liars so that they could be declared innocent of their sins (2 Cor. 5:21). He rose from the dead and is alive. He will return to judge the world in righteousness (Acts 17:31). So what do you do? Turn from your sin (repent) and place your trust in Jesus for your salvation (Acts 3:19; Jn. 3:16). For more information visit:¾www.YouGotOurTract.com..