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  • ISBN: 978-0875526911
  • Binding: Booklet
  • Page Count: 32
  • Publisher: P R Publishing

Angry At God: Bring Him Your Doubts & Questions

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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.  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 okay to be angry with God? And if we are angry – face it, we often are – should we hold it inside, or should we voice our feelings outright? Even in prayer?  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.our feelin

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Angry At God

Bring Him Your Doubts & Questions

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.  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 okay to be angry with God? And if we are angry – face it, we often are – should we hold it inside, or should we voice our feelings outright? Even in prayer?  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 is pastor of Grace Fellowship Church in Hurricane, West Virginia. He is assistant professor of biblical counseling at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the author of the Resources for Changing Lives booklets Forgiveness, Angry at God?, and Bad Memories.

Other Books in the Series

ADD: Wandering Minds and Wired Bodies by Edward T. Welch

Anger: Escaping the Maze by David Powlison

Bad Memories: Getting Past your Past by Robert D. Jones

Depression: The Way Up When You Are Down by Edward T. Welch

Forgiveness: I Just Can’t Forgive Myself! by Robert D. Jones

God’s Love: Better than Unconditional by David Powlison

Guidance: Have I Missed God’s Best? by James C. Petty

Homosexuality: Speaking the Truth in Love by Edward T. Welch

Just One More: When Desires Don’t Take No for an Answer by Edward T. Welch

Marriage: Whose Dream? by Paul David Tripp

Motives: Why Do I Do the Things I Do by Edward T. Welch

OCD: Freedom for the Obsessive-Compulsive by Michael R. Emlet

Pornography: Slaying the Dragon by David Powlison

Pre-Engagement: 5 Questions to Ask Yourselves by John Yenchko and David Powlison

Priorities: Mastering Time Management by James C. Petty

Procrastination: First Steps to Change by Walter Henegar

Self-Injury: When Pain Feels Good by Edward T. Welch

Sexual Sin: Combatting the Drifting and Cheating by Jeffrey S. Black

Stress: Peace amid pressure by David Powlison

Suffering: Eternity Makes a Difference by Paul David Tripp

Suicide: Understanding and Intervening by Jeffrey S. Black

Teens and Sex: How Should We Teach Them? by Paul David Tripp

Thankfulness: Even When it Hurts by Susan Lutz

Why Me? Comfort for the Victimized by David Powlison

Worry: Pursuing a Better Path to Peace by David Powlison

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