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Have you ever been angry with God? What or Why?

  1. WriterDJ profile image73
    WriterDJposted 6 years ago

    Have you ever been angry with God? What or Why?

    relief...regret???

  2. Jackie Blast profile image58
    Jackie Blastposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely not! I have been angry with myself for failing to represent the person that He wants me to be!

    Our anger is self degrading, and God is not to blame for the worlds failure to follow the best plan that He, our Creator laid out for us, His created beings!

  3. Born Again 05 profile image80
    Born Again 05posted 6 years ago

    I have experienced a full range of emotions with God, but never once have I been angry with Him. I've cried out to Him in utter despair, humbled myself before Him seeking His mercy, praised Him for answered prayer, praised Him for unanswered prayer and sought His wisdom and discernment in countless situations. He has always been faithful leading me through dark moments and blessing me in ways I hadn't thought possible. My life belongs to Him and Him alone! How could I ever be angry with Him?

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    dixie28714posted 6 years ago

    angry.. no.. frustrated,,, yes..
    Its human nature to question why did this or that happen, but to put blame on God.. that's crazy!! We all need to realize free will makes our destiny.. God is the creator, he did not place us here to question but be thankful and choose our own paths.

  5. The Ghostwriter profile image73
    The Ghostwriterposted 6 years ago

    I think at times we are all angry with God because we feel he should be able to stop bad things happening.

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    Motown2Chitownposted 6 years ago

    Indeed I have.  In my earlier days here at HP, I wrote this hub about it...

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-I-Told-God- … -Responded

  7. Thesource profile image80
    Thesourceposted 6 years ago

    Yes. I have been angry and disappointed with God.
    This was because of what religions say about him.
    Religions portray a God who needs us to serve him and makes demands on us while he made us to be imperfect.

    However, God was kind enough to intervene and show me that many religions have got him all wrong.

    He showed me that God was more wonderful and loving and  needs nothing from me. But instead, as God, he stands behind me to serve me. He loves his role, gives me free will, and provides everything I need. He is so powerful and capable that he does not need anything from anybody.

    I am not angry with him any more and we have a good relationship. You too can share this joy, if you dare to go beyond religion to reach God.

  8. mtariqsattar profile image78
    mtariqsattarposted 6 years ago

    I have never been angry with GOD and this attitude towards the Almighty is two fold; one that i have to some extent been able to understand the laws of GOD as to how they operate.and if one s able to understand laws of God;it would satiate his curiosity.

    secondly even if i get angry at Him i wont be doing any harm to Him rather to me.

  9. onegoodwoman profile image76
    onegoodwomanposted 6 years ago

    Indeed, I have.........in fact, I have even played the " if" card.........I have raised both, my voice and my fists............guess who prevailed!


    "why", simply does not belong to a public forum, it is reserved to my closest of friends and to those who I see as benefitting from my terrible experience.

    Yes, I have been angry, have challenged, have dared, have attempted to bargain or deal........I have been guilty of this and more....this is why I can speak of His grace and forgiveness, His ability to substain, to guide, to repair, to heal, and to refresh the spirit of mankind.

    I have learned and grown!

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    vinsanityposted 6 years ago

    A few times when I have counted on God to get me through something and I didn't I was mad. I eventually realized that I shouldn't be mad.

  11. C-Bless profile image61
    C-Blessposted 6 years ago

    I'm afraid to even dream to think it so, in other words, never.

 
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