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The Bible tells of God warning the people that he would test them with false prophets and false teachers, and admonishes the people to test everyone who claims to be a prophet or teacher to see if their claim holds up.

45 has made demonstrably false claims, from saying that the Constitution authorized him to do whatever he wanted to claiming that he won the bogus AZ audit whose organizers themselves say he lost, yet some still apparently regard him as a divinely appointed savior.

If anyone knows any Christian 45 supporters, are they willing to ask themselves about this? If they believe that he's some sort of divine agent, would they be willing to consider that he might be a test to see if they will accept his falsehoods or reject them? And if so, might that move them toward snapping out of a cult-like way of thinking?

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