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Is God An Angry God

I have the thought that God the Father is angry, and His Son isn't, and this balances things out. Is that correct?

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Beloved, I agree with Pat.yes,God has to be fed up some, we are "stiff necked people " we are stubborn,and we are not always,for example taking prayer out of our schools ( speaking as a nation ) you know, it is wrong. Any country, like for example, Cuba she has tpaid a hard price, years of suffering,they had christian belief, turn to false gods! Santeria & other gods,still in some denial.God is mad,at the entierro world,some ...it speaks much in the bible, he repented,he made man.love of JESUS!

---ELENA on 10/30/12


God is angry at the wicked man everyday. He can get irritated with His own people. God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit. All three is the one true living God [the Trinity].
---pat on 10/30/12


PSALM 7:11 "GOD judgeth the righteous, and GOD is ANGRY with the wicked everyday."
---Gordon on 9/28/12


to have balances things out, i want you to stay a moment alone with yoursef and think, if there are other person in you.
Can you have a single decision? it must be no.
How can you ask about this balances. if you are realy looking for the truth follow your heart too.
---Hemza on 9/11/12


Smitty: You wrote, //God seems to have morphed from national God who loved Israel and hated the nations . into a universal God who loves the whole world ...// On behalf of God, I have questions for you, (1) Do human doctors hate the body of those they amputate? (2) The reasons for amputation, is it positive or negative? Kindly answer. Note that God has blessed you with ability to understand but how are you using it?
---Adetunji on 9/11/12




Understand God's truth...

As long as you decide to worship God with 'obedience love', you are not going to be able to have an "inner man" understanding of a "solid food" devotion, nor will you understand the "depths of God".

Paul is listed as #3 on the list of the top 10 philosophers of all time. When he spoke to the Athenians in Acts chapter 17 (they grew up knowing 'Socratic truth'), he showed God's truth as being PHILOSOPHICAL about the peace of humanity.

Pilate asked Jesus "What is TRUTH?" (answered in John 14).

If you insist on believing that God gets angry with Jesus worshippers, then you have not "perfect love" ("for fear has to do with punishment").
---more_excellent_way on 9/11/12


Do you blame God but it's your conscience that is angry?.

Most believers feel that they MUST OBEY the following command...

"and you shall love the Lord your God"

....but I WILLFULLY DISOBEY (because I WANT TO love Him).

Actually, that is NOT the commandment in Mark 12:30 (we are TAUGHT that it is, but it isn't).

Ask a woman to explain what LOVE is (REAL love). Real love cannot be FORCED or "COMMANDED". It cannot be made a rule or law (it cannot be LEGISLATED), it can only be freely given......IF AND WHEN YOUR HEART has given you that URGE/sentiment (YOU cannot consciously decide to LOVE someone, your HEART/soul decides)......Song of Solomon 3:2 "I will seek whom my SOUL loves".
---more_excellent_way on 9/10/12


Psalm 103:8 The Lord is merciful and gracious, slow to anger , and plenteous in mercy.

Psalm 145:8 The Lord is gracious, and full of compassion, slow to anger, and of great mercy.

Revelation 6:16 And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us , and hide us from the face that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the LAMB.

{ Father and Son are ---- One )
---RichardC on 9/9/12


Many believers have chosen to believe that God is BAD and MEAN (it does not please our loving kind creator to be thought of in that way/"angry"). In all of their beliefs and understanding, they will 'routinely' (Isaiah 29:13 "rote") fear Him (the "mirror" principle, poetic justice).

"your deeds shall return on your head"/attitude (Obadiah 1:15).

It is our wickness and deeds of unjust hostility towards others (hatred, resentment, schemes, etc.) that will ruin our enjoyment of life, not GOD....

Jeremiah 2:15 "Your wickedness will chasten you, and your apostasy will reprove you"......

....(conscience will either torment/haunt you or enrich your life).
---more_excellent_way on 9/8/12


More Excellent, very well said. (Eph. 2:8) reads literally,
"By Grace you are saved and continue to be" Grace also leads the believer into the divine will and the good works, which the Author of Grace has previously planned that we accomplish (Eph. 2:10). In Scripture Under the law God demands righteousness, under Grace He bestows it (Rom. 3:21-24: 8:3,4: Gal. 2:10). Law connects with Moses and works, Grace ties in with Christ and faith (John 1:17: Rom. 10:4-10). Under the law obedience brings blessings (Deut. 28:1-14) Under Grace blessings is bestowed as a free gift. When obedience does not respond to love, Grace teaches and disciplines (Titus 2:11,12: 1 Cor. 11:31,32).
Under the law He was angry at the disobedience.
---Mark_V. on 9/8/12




IN THE O.T., God often had reasons to be angry with individuals who let their iniquities/failures get the better of them.
Zechariah 1:2 "The LORD was very angry with your fathers".

and the nation as a whole. 2 Kings 17:18 "The Lord was also angry with Israel".

THEIR WILL was to honor God as though He is a mere LEADER (the DRAMA of being SOLEMN) and that feasts should be used for worship (Amos 5:21 "I hate, I despise your feasts").

Now, in the Jesus dispensation, The Lord will no longer rebuke us, He will not even get angry with us...(your iniquities are yours to be angry about....LIBERTY).

Isaiah 54:9 "I have sworn that I will not be angry with you and will not rebuke you".
---more_excellent_way on 9/7/12


Hi Phil, The scriptures teach that God and Christ and the Holy Spirit are all three one.
1Jo5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.
If these three are one, then they are one in love, one in righteousness, one in temperance, one in purpose, etc.
The scriptures teach:
Mal3:6 For I am the LORD, I change not, therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.
It is God's love for us that keeps him from destroying us.
Also
Joh3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
1Jo4:8 He that loveth not knoweth not God, for God is love.
Does that sound angry?
---trey on 8/22/12


Is God Angry?
The only sacrifice God accepts is the Cross of Christ and if we do not put our total faith in the Cross God will be angry and justify Himself by the unbelievers going to hell.
---Patricia on 8/21/12


Follower, you asked with a question mark,

"Where is the Fathers anger?"

Of course He is not angry in the two passages you gave. Since they were for believers. But God's anger is for the sins man commits. Those who are without Christ, and are a law unto themselves. Where
"the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them" (Rom. 1:18,19).
---Mark_V. on 8/20/12


mark I never stated The Father does not hate sin and the scripture I posted was not posted for that assumption.
---Follower_of_Christ on 8/19/12


Follower, Kathr is correct, God hates sin, and if you had read the context of both passages you gave, you would know that the love displayed by God in those passages was for the believers. It does not say the same for the unbelievers. "...The things which God has prepared for those who love Him" (v.9). Only those who are saved love Him.
"Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might know the things that have been freely given to us by God" (1 Cor. 2:12). Only those with the Spirit of God love God, and know that He had mercy on them. The lost don't want nothing to do with the Lord. They are running away from Him.
---Mark_V. on 8/19/12


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The Father in Heaven who is full of mercy and love?

1 Corinthians 2:9
But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.

Ephesians 2:4
But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us,

Where is The Father angry?
---Follower_of_Christ on 8/18/12


Phil, maybe what you see, but can't put into words is this:

God the Father CAN'T EVEN LOOK AT SIN. In the OT, only the high priest ONLY could enter the Holies, but not without Blood, for his own sin and for that of the people.

Now today we know that the WRATH of God towards SIN was put on Jesus at the Cross, once and for all. So Jesus took our Wrath, yes the wrath of an angry God towards sin.

That was an act of LOVE, not only from Christ, but the Father who GAVE His Son in Love.

The Balance is, no one can come to the Father except through His Son who bore our sin and took our wrath.

God's wrath now TODAY is towards those who have rejected the Gift of His Son leading to a relationship and eternal life.
---kathr4453 on 8/17/12


I guess I'm not familiar with Alice's Restaurant.
---Smitty on 7/21/12


The God of Joshua and the God of John's gospel are irreconcilable.
---Smitty on 7/20/12


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In the Gospel of John, yes we have how "God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life." (in John 3:16) And Jesus is so unconceited that He left Heaven itself in order to reach us and share with us and suffer and die for us. So, They are one in this loving.

But, also, in the same Gospel and chapter > in John 3:36 > John the Baptist says if one does not believe in Jesus "the wrath of God abides on him." And Jesus says, "the Father judges no one, but has committed all judgment to the Son," in John 5:21.

So, I'd say Both are ready with love but also with wrath.
---willie_c: on 7/20/12


willie_c: on 7/19/12

You are very astute, willie_c.
---Phil on 7/20/12


Smitty,

You can get anything you want, at Alice's,---Alices restaurant...Just walk right in...
---atheist on 7/20/12


Bro. Phil, I have a thought that you maybe did not put the question down as you wanted to. Can you explain what it is you really wanted to ask? What do you mean that God the Father and God the Son are not in agreement with? And why?
---Mark_V. on 7/20/12


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There is no disagreement between the Father and the Son. I would also point out the amazing grace that God (the full trinity) shows in the OT. At first glances OT seems harsh and strict with the Law, plagues of Egypt, the conquest with Joshua, etc. But there is grace also: grace to Abraham, Noah, Cain, David with Bathsehba, Soloman, Jonah and Nineveh. God also says to Abraham I will bless (grace) all nations through you. God is also strict in the NT in Acts with Anaias and his wife, false teachers, and not just outward appearances but also the thought for example the sermon on the hill Matt 5-7.
---Scott1 on 7/20/12


Please read Romans Chapter One.

Many people, especially those of the Word of Faith Movement avoid this chapter.
---Rob on 7/20/12


God seems to have morphed from national God who loved Israel and hated the nations in Joshua, into a universal God who loves the whole world in John's gospel. How did that radical change take place?
---Smitty on 7/19/12


What? How many gods are there?
---atheist on 7/19/12


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Hi, Phil (c: It says "God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself," in 2 Corinthians 5:19. So, this would show me that our Father with Jesus both are interested in us being reconciled to God.

Now, you say "I have the thought", but you did not say "I think". Having a thought come to you does not necessarily mean you are thinking it. Who do you suppose brought the thought?
---willie_c: on 7/19/12


Nope. Where did you get those ideas?

Do you think that Jesus was singing sweetly a song of peace as He drove the money-changers from the Temple?

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 7/19/12


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