Is God angry at us?
Over the past few years, it’s easy to feel like God is angry at us.
But is that really the case?
Let’s take a deeper look.
There have been a lot of natural disasters lately.
Hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes—it seems like they’re happening more and more often.
And when they do, we often ask ourselves why God is allowing them to happen.
Is He punishing us? Is He angry at us?
There’s no easy answer to that question.
And, honestly, it’s something we may never fully understand this side of heaven.
But what I can tell you is that I don’t believe God is angry at us.
I think He’s heartbroken.
Think about it – when we go through something difficult, don’t we often feel like God has abandoned us?
That He’s not there for us?
We cry out to Him, but He doesn’t answer.
We cry out to Him, but He doesn’t help us.
But that’s not because God is angry at us or doesn’t care.
It’s because He’s grieving with us.
He sees all the pain and suffering we’re going through, and it breaks His heart.
He mourns with us and longs for us to come to Him.
He’s not angry at us—He’s just angry with the sin in this world.
Because of that, He wants us to come home so we can be at peace with Him.
But for many of us, we’ve been hurt by others.
We feel broken and alone.
So when something bad happens, it’s hard for us to trust God.
That’s why it can be so difficult for us to understand His heart when He allows the bad things in this world—because we’re so focused on our pain.
But we need to remember that God is good, even when life is hard.
He’s always there for us, even when we can’t see Him.
So let’s not be afraid to come to Him during these difficult times.
Let’s not be afraid to let Him comfort us and heal our broken hearts.
Let’s come to Him with everything we’re going through, and trust that He will never leave us.
He’s always been faithful, and He will never change.
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