How could God allow this to happen to me? I’m angry with him, but I don’t know if I’m “supposed” to be angry!
Is it ok to be angry with God? If we are angry, should we hold it inside, or voice our feelings outright?
Jones writes that we should not take a “grin and bear it” approach to our anger, nor should we rashly vent our emotions to God. Instead, we need to humbly bring him our struggles, doubts, and questions. We must learn to be transparent in God’s presence, think biblically, and act obediently.
About the Author
Robert D. Jones, MDiv, DMin, was a pastor for twenty years and now serves as a biblical counseling professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a visiting professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of the book Uprooting Anger; the minibooks Angry at God?; Forgiveness; Bad Memories; Single Parents: Daily Grace for the Hardest Job; and Restoring Your Broken Marriage.
Publisher: P & R Publishing
Publication Year: 2003