It is never right to be angry at God. Ever.

It is never right to be angry at God. Ever. —  Over the weekend I posted a tweet that proved to be unexpectedly controversial…

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  1. John said one thing about God’s Nature Cristina than contradicted himself, which is much the same as others who seek to teach about God and regardless of their qualifications they get it wrong because they Trust in what they think or have been taught in error instead of what God tells us in Scripture.

    Lamentations 3:33 For God doth not afflict willingly nor grieve the Children of Men.

    We have one Spiritual Teacher and that is Jesus, we go to Him for His Truth not to others but we are Thankful and encourage them when they do share God’s Truth but we also correct error when they don’t, as God asks us to do and we do so with Scripture, will they always accept correction, No their fleshy pride gets in the way but Thankfully some do.

    Blessings – Anne.

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    1. Cristina says:

      Hi Anne, thank you for taking the time to comment. I value your imput. May I ask you a question? Do you believe in God’s Sovereignty? If you do what does it mean to you?
      Blessings
      Cristina

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      1. Yes I do know what God’s Sovereignty is Cristina and I respect His right to ultimate control over all that is good, evil does not come from God it’s against His Nature which is Love.

        Would a father or mother discipline their son or daughter for nothing, well nor does God, He does not hurt or ignore us to mold and shape us which He makes very clear in Scripture, He dose not do evil to bring good out of it, the Scriptures say to claim this even about Believers is Slander.

        Lamentations 3:33 For God doth not afflict willingly nor grieve the Children of Men.

        God knows those who are His even before we are conceived and His Love and protection never leaves us but we do reap the evil we sow and this was from Creation and is His Discipline as shown by the Parable of the Prodigal Son but when we come to our senses and repent, Wow what a welcome home.

        Our Sin separates us from God and being lukewarm is also Sin, if we feel God is not there it is because we have walked away not God although He does use the Body of Christ to chastise us when needed, we are to rebuke those who sin in the Church but He does not willingly afflict us or cause us to grieve, His plans for us are good not evil as confirmed in Scripture all good things come from Him.

        Jeremiah 29 :11-12 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the LORD, thoughts of Peace and not of evil, to give you an expected end.

        Blessings In Jesus Name – Anne.

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      2. Cristina says:

        Hi Anne thank you for your reply. This subject regarding the Sovereignty of God is a very debatable one among many Christians. I totally agree with you that God is love but He is also a judge. He destroyed a whole generation in Noah’s time by a flood. Unbelievers will be judged and will be sent to an eternity of pain and suffering in the lake of fire. Many Scriptures affirm that God is not the author of evil. Evil originates from our fallen nature. Nonetheless God allows evil to exist. God uses evil for His own purposes. The book of Job is a good example. God is love but we are called to suffer with Christ. I think of our brothers and sisters being persecuted for their faith,
        all to the glory of God and the advancing of His plans and purposes. We do not know that kind of suffering here in our beautiful country of Australia. The Apostles rejoiced to be considered worthy to suffer for Christ. The God of the Bible is God of love, mercy and compassion. But He is also a God of wrath. During the time of Jacob’s trouble millions will die under His hand of judgement. This is how I understand it Anne. I am so grateful that the Father sent His only begotten Son to take our place on the cross. How can we ever thank Him ?. He loves that much, but woe to those that reject Jesus.
        I am so grateful that when things go belly up in my life Anns, when the heartache of pain, loneliness and rejection visits me as it often does, I am so grateful that God is in control of my circumstancesand not the devil.
        Thank you Anne for being such an encouragement and strong woman in the Lord and for allowing me to share with you.
        May God bless you abundantly as you seek His glory.
        Take care

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  2. Sorry Cristina in my delay in replying to your response but I had an Accident and other trauma to overcome which I’m still doing, so to keep it short I will just leave a link for you below in response to Noah’s Ark and to get the full Picture of Job’s suffering we need to read the whole book. He did not know it was Satan putting him to the test as we do now, he later apologized to God for claiming it was Him after God shared about His Creation which showed that all good things come from Him not evil.

    Just wondering Cristina how you reacted to Job’s wife’s advice to him, I felt great compassion for her, she had just lost her Children and her home and now her husband was picking his sores, what heartache she must have felt and God understood, He did not condemn her or Job but gave them double of what they had lost.

    Flood- http://freedomborn.wordpress.com/2014/03/27/we-needed-the-great-world-flood/

    Blessings – Anne.

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    1. Cristina says:

      Anne, I do appreciate your reply. I will wait till you are better and then we can continue sharing. Please take care.
      Blessings for a speedy recovery.

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