That being the case, what are some implications? One implication would be that He is in control of the misled and the misleaders.
We see this in the “trial” and crucifixion of Jesus. The false witnesses, the high priest, Pilate, were are either misled or misleaders and yet were instrumental in bringing about the sacrifice of Christ which was necessary for the forgiveness of our sins and the restoration of our relationship with our creator.
We are to be diligent in studying, practicing, and proclaiming the truth both to our families and to those in our spheres of influence. In that process, it will be the case that we will encounter those who are misleading or have been misled.
Personally, I need to remember these are His. It does not serve any purpose for me to be angry with them, James 1:20 (here @ Bible Gateway). What I am to do, what I am directed by the Word to do is to gently correct them, 2 Timothy 2:24 – 25 (here @ Bible Gateway). Truthfully, that is not my normal first response. The less effective anger is what seems to be my default.
Working on that.