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January 3, 2021 Service: Tough Questions of Faith: Am I Bad for Being Angry with God? (Replay)

Updated: Jan 5, 2021

1-3-2021 Angry with God
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From the Tough Questions of Faith series

There are common questions that people ask God or want to ask God but are too afraid. At Beautiful Savior, we believe that God doesn’t get angry at us for asking questions, as if questions are somehow a sign that faith is lacking. Instead, the courage and willingness to ask questions are themselves building blocks of stronger faith. Faith is like a muscle; it must be stretched and challenged in order to remain healthy and grow. The following is a list of just a few of those many questions we may want to ask God. As you read these questions, ask yourself who you know that needs to hear a topic addressed and how you might invite that person to come to worship.

This Week

We sometimes think we should be guilty for being angry with God. In fact, we sometimes think that anger is a sin. However, Jesus was angry at times, and rightfully so. For this week, we will focus on how anger isn’t necessarily bad, and sometimes can be a righteous thing. More than that, expressing our anger to God is a sign that we have a relationship with God. Apathy would be much worse. Simply put, if you are angry, tell God, and God will listen, because God loves you and has a relationship with you as any loving parent would.

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