God, forgive their deceptive words!

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What type of messages/directions do your words give?
God word speaks of his feelings towards liars (Prov6:16-19), and those that purposely mislead.
Do your words mislead, bring fear, bring panic, instill paranoia, speak of distrust, or lead to hatred of others?
Misleading people to think that crimes were committed and that indictments, impeachment, or jail time are just around the corner for those involved is despicable.
There are those who will not believe the outcome of the truth. These same individuals will continue to think that there were crimes committed. Those who have misled the American people with their lies and deceptions are responsible for the continued hate, anger, rage, and frustration that is held in the hearts of these particular individuals.
The American people deserve an apology from these individuals who mislead us, spoke of crimes committed, and evidence that NEVER existed.
The divide in America is vast, and these type of words make that divide even more prominent. Hate, lies, deception, and distrust lives in the hearts of many. This type of hate-filled deception makes healing and reconciliation almost impossible!
What about the individuals with destroyed lives due to this long-drawn-out investigation into the President, his campaign, his administration, and his family? Individuals have had their lives turned upside down. They have gone bankrupt in the attempts to defend themselves. And worst of all, some have got to prison for crimes that others are not and will not be held accountable for those very same crimes.
If none of these individuals are held accountable in the court system etc., they WILL be held accountable by God. His word says that we shall ALL have to give an account of EVERY word we spoke (Matt12:36).
Thank God in heaven that He is a forgiving God! I pray these individuals seek His forgiveness. If they don’t, what excuse will they give God for these words, their actions, and their hate?

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