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Reader's View: When government lies, it’s ‘terrifying’

We will all answer to God for everything we say and do or don't do.

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It is sad when someone has aspirations beyond their capabilities. It is terrifying when a government becomes corrupt and lies to the people. We will all answer to God for everything we say and do or don't do.

The Bible is a book of truth. It tells us who God is. It tells us how to behave. We are to love one another. Hating someone is equivalent to murder.

Caroline Burley

Duluth

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