Humans have feelings and free will......so we can be mad at whoever and whatever we want to......BUT, before you go around blaming others just stop and think if YOU played a part in the reason you're mad.......also remember this, things happen, and there isn't always an explanation for it, it's called life......the curse of the living is to endure.......8)
to be angry at God is not wrong, so long as you do not allow the sun to go down upon your wrath, and give the devil a chance to work on you. However, to be angry at God serves no purpose, and that anger is misdirected. Whatever you experience here on Earth is in general a result of either your own choices, or someone else's. if you want to be mad about a situation, direct the anger at the cause of the problem, and run to God for help instead of being angry at him. You may find your problems to be much easier to handle if you place yourself into God's arms, instead of at his throat.
I think many of us have gotten mad at God at times, specifically when it is something that is very painfull. We have to realize that everything good, true and right is from God. He sometimes allows, or because of our own dumb choices, we can have bad things come into our lives. God is most concerned about our eternal destination-not our temporary pain on earth. He does love each of us and want the best for us.
Yes it is. But sometimes we don't see the full picture of what God is doing in our lives. Especially when it's something we feel might be punishment or something we might think we did wrong. Our flesh and human nature war with are Spirital man so therefore the best thing we can do is Repent for being mad at Him and ask for forgiveness and put our faith and trust in Him and move on.
.. to answer the question directly, yes, it is wrong to be angry at God. Anger at God is a result of an inability or unwillingness to trust God even when we do not understand what He is doing. Anger at God is essentially telling God that He has done something wrong, which He never does. Does God understand when we are angry, frustrated, or disappointed with Him? Yes, He knows our hearts and He knows how difficult and painful life in this world can be. Does that make it right to be angry with God? Absolutely not. Instead of being angry with God, we should pour out our hearts to God in prayer and then trust that He is in control and that His plan is perfect. Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/angry-with-God.html#ixzz2Nd61fhkm
God is not worthy to excite or waste your anger upon. Forgive god's failures as the sun forgives a cloud -- as the air forgives the breath that people waste. Show the strength of perfect human kindness to educate the god; not by your anger -- but by your human pity.
Instead be intense without vengeance — firm without anger. Anger blows out the lamp of the mind. The religious god needs your pity infinitely more than your anger. Let us civilize the god by human compassion and forgiveness, Let us be better than this god.
Of course it is. He WANTS you to be completely honest with Him. He will actually dissipate your anger when He does something to show you that whatever your mad about was not His fault at all. Case in point: When I was in my early 20,s I was " MAD" at God because I was hitchhiking and didn't get a ride over the bridge, when I asked Him for one. He knew I had an important appointment back over the bridge later and I wasn't gonna make it in time without a ride. So I yelled at God: Ok Lord, if you REALLY want me to make that appointment, let me find $10 on the ground and I'll take a cab. Well no word of a lie, I took about 20 steps and there it was, a TEN DOLLAR BILL on the ground! It was a WINDY day and it could have been ANYWHERE! So God took me from being mad at Him to laughing at His sense of humor , and being awestruck at His Power, not to mention apologetic for my lack of faith!
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Being angry with god is caused by misplaced anger. You may feel god has abandoned or hurt you or allowed someone to hurt you, but it was really a person who hurt you, not god. God does not interfere with man's free will and it was someone using their free will to harm you, this is who you should be angry at.