Student or Learner
GIven the sentence:
Have I led you wrong?
What does it mean, please?
Ye of little faith (which I think is a Biblical expression meaning "man of little faith") have I ever led you wrong?
I'm no quite sure, but I think it says: Have I ever confused you? It seems it has a connotation of misleading, too, and then perhaps it also means: Have I ever told a lie to you? That's my problem, a question of nuance I'm not completely sure of.
I believe you are maybe reading the Bible. I say that because there are a lots of places where this expression is used to show how people or persons do not have enough faith about something or somebody.
Whatever the book we are reading, I reckon the sentence you have read suggest a lack of faith or trust.
See you later on the forum (Buenas Tardes).