I said in Gethsemane, "If it be possible let this cup pass." I did not say there was no cup of sorrow to drink. I was scourged and spat upon and nailed to the Cross, and I said, "Father, forgive them, they know not what they do." I did not say that they did not do it. When my disciple, Peter, urged Me to escape the Cross, I said, "Get thee behind Me, Satan." When My disciples failed to help the epileptic boy, I said, "This kind cometh not out but by Prayer and Fasting." I did not say "You imagined that he was ill. Nothing is wrong." When the Bible says "God has purer eyes than to behold toxic," it means to impute toxic to His people. He always sees the good in people, but remember that I "beheld the city and wept over it."
Source: God Calling edited by A.J. Russell, page 49-50