Yes, i think everyone has that feeling at least once in your life. But u just have to remember that everything happens for a reason. God isn't picking on you. ;) It's just life. It'll bring u good times and bad times.... but God will always b there for u 8) He'll help u get through it XD
absolutely. The Word of God plainly says "Be angry and sin not". God is a big god. He can handle our anger. He understands our righteous anger. As long as your love for Him continues, He is faithful, even when we are not.
Yes... If we pray to God & do not get the answer we want or if a loved one is not healed... We can get angry and blame Him. Usually after we have time to think or get over it .. We realize He knew what was best. It is normal.
Instead of letting your anger block God, use your anger to let God in. Tell Him everything. Confide in Him your deepest, darkest fears and concerns. He knows them anyhow. He knows your sorrows and counts your tears. You may never get all the answers, but you may just get the comfort you need.
Anger with God can lead to a closer relationship with Him if you allow it. Yet, some of us have a hard time letting go of anger. If you find yourself holding a grudge against God, it can lead you to walk away from Him. Yes, bad things happen. They aren't always from God. Yes, he allows bad things to happen...look at Job who suffered horrors while God watched. Yet, look at what happened in the end. Job was rewarded for his faith in the face of suffering, and the Enemy was defeated.
Jonah was! He thought God should have distroyed Nenevah! Job's wife was!well i am not sure they would have been called Christians back then! i have seen people who were mad because they could not understand the plan God had for them at that moment......then later, realizing it was Right !(as usual)
Tip usually there is a mislabeling of anger and it is actually frustration for lack of understanding. Not anger at all sure it is ok to be angry but are you really angry at him or just angry it happened to you. So to answer your question lets ask a few questions;
Have I sought after God before this situation arose or could I have before this situation occurred? Am I angry at myself for not making a good decision? Am I angry at the situation? Do I think God caused this? Is this trial to improve my life and well being? What is the real reason for my anger?
What helps a lot of my teens in my Youth Class is to write themselves a note or write God a note to express their feelings try it, it helps and afterwards burn it if you want for closure, wait and be still God does speak in a still small voice when you actually expected.
Side note who ever keeps quoting from the Bible to give advise make sure your facts are straight because this isn't your life you are toying with and it does have an eternal consequence. Just like in the day of Job and also Ananias and Sapphira.
Kali - I have to think of it this way: God doesn't CAUSE all the yucky things that happen - it's mostly caused by sin & sickness in this world. The Bible says that it will rain on the just AND the unjust. So, stuff happens. What I've found is that somehow God will USE that yucky stuff in our lives to bring about something good - later. For instance, my sister died at 42. She was handicapped. It was really lousy - but now I have compassion for people who don't quite look the "norm". My son died at 21. I went thru a really hard time and came close to walking away, but now I know how to respond to people that have lost their children. It's different than other losses. My husband died at 54 - now I understand how hard it is for widows & loneliness, etc. In learning all these things (the hard way), I've come to have much more compassion, understanding, and incentive to "touch" others' lives, in nursing homes, hospitals, even dying people - who a lot of people don't even like to be around. VERY hard lessons. Very sad. But years later, there's something good that came from it... Let Him hold you and walk you thru the grief...
You they can and do but 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#ixzz2TJtMO1FE