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When God gets angry with a nation (Chapel talks)

David R. Mains

When God gets angry with a nation (Chapel talks)

by David R. Mains

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Published by David C. Cook Pub. Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amos,
  • Bible,
  • Criticism, interpretation, etc

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8229427M
    ISBN 100891912630
    ISBN 109780891912637
    OCLC/WorldCa30064385

    #12 – The people complained again and they accuse Moses of killing God’s people – Numbers This is the 5 th time Moses intercedes for the people – Numbers – God ki people. #13 – The people contended with Moses again because of no water – Moses gets angry Numbers The people gather against Moses again. If you dismiss God’s holiness and majesty and lordship, merely seeking to use God to meet your needs, to acquire your desires, to gain your objectives, God will view such prayer as an abomination. To offer up worship unto God without a life of devotion is detestable to the Lord (note 1 Samuel a).

      This is why being angry at God is never right. It is wrong - always wrong - to disapprove of God for what he does and permits. "Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is just?" (Genesis ). It is arrogant for finite, sinful creatures to disapprove of God for what he does and permits. We may weep over the pain. We may be angry at sin.   Psalm says God gets angry and then we also have the example of Jesus getting angry and overturning the moneychanger’s tables. Hate is very different from anger and we are told not to hate. One reason-murder is a crime of passion and begins with hate.

      Taken from the new book God Has a Name by John Mark Comer. Click here to learn more about this title. In God Has a Name pastor and writer, John Mark Comer, shares a fresh yet ancient way to understand God. Comer speaks to today’s seekers and believers trying to understand who God is and what He’s like by focusing on God’s own powerful. "THE EPISTLE OF JAMES" When God Gets Angry At The Rich () INTRODUCTION 1. Compared to many people in the world, we are indeed blessed; in fact, in comparison with most people who live now and who have lived in the past, we are VERY RICH! 2.


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When God gets angry with a nation (Chapel talks) by David R. Mains Download PDF EPUB FB2

God gets angry when there is a violation of His character. God is righteous, just, and holy, and none of these attributes can be compromised (Exodus –6; Isaiah ). God was angry with the nation of Israel and with Israel’s kings every time they turned away from obeying Him (e.g., 1 Kings –10; 2 Kings ).

"Even at Horeb you provoked the LORD to wrath, and the LORD was so angry with you that He would have destroyed you. God Angry With The Nations God, Greatness Of. "And in the greatness of Your excellence You overthrow those who rise up against You; You send forth Your burning anger, and it consumes them as chaff.

Exodus   But they didn't. God is angry. So here God is speaking through Amos that all of Israel's enemies (including Judah) were in trouble with God.

They may have listened with delight until Amos condemns the nation of Israel in Amos God is angry with Israel for their social injustice (v); their sexual immorality (v.7) and their idolatry (v.8). God does get angry at times - he gets angry at sin.

Yet his angry is a perfect, controlled anger. The Bible says that God is a being perfect in his character. Sin offends his perfect character. When nations or individuals reject his love and goodness, God then becomes angry toward them. When there is genuine repentance God forgives the sinning.

It is the belief that God does not get angry. Modern theology tends to emphasize God's love at the expense of His holiness. It overemphasizes the fact that His love is unconditional (ignoring passages such as John "If you obey my commands, you will remain in my love. The Hardcover of the When God Gets Angry with a Nation by David Mains at Barnes & Noble.

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“When We Get ANGRY with God” Psalms 15 – People say that you can’t do that, they say he is God and you can’t get angry with him, that’s taboo, sac religious, and dangerous; however, we do it anyhow. We get angry with : MELVIN MAUGHMER, JR.

The enemy means to destroy you and your future, but God's redemptive power is released as you let God handle the burden of anger for you. With His help, you can forgive the unforgivable. Dear God, Your righteous anger toward evil overshadows the pain in my heart and allows me to forgive as You are righteously angry for me.

God has a bad reputation. Many think of God as wrathful and angry, smiting people right and left for no apparent reason. The Old Testament in particular seems at times to portray God as capricious and malevolent, wiping out armies and nations, punishing enemies with extreme prejudice/5(84).

EXORDIUM: Are you angry with GOD's people. Stop now before GOD gets angry with you. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers. III. OBJECTIVES: To show the future of people that are angry with GOD's people and that they will become enemies of GOD. There are many responses to being angry with God.

There is the shaking of the fist in defiance, there is simply the turning and walking away, and there is the silent, guilt-ridden defection in place. Each response to anger with God has its consequences. This well written book explores all the dimensions of being angry with God/5(11).

Therefore, it is never right to be angry at God. When Jonah and Job were angry with God, Jonah received God’s rebuke (Jonah ), and Job repented in dust and ashes (Job ). The second assumption that may cause people to stumble over the statement it is never right to be angry with God is the assumption that God really does things that.

Does God get angry. The short answer is: yes, God gets angry. The Bible says this clearly: "God is a just judge, And God is angry with the wicked every day" (PsalmNKJV). The anger God displays is not how we commonly perceive and experience anger, because God's anger is different than human anger: "Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to.

“Because God is not an angry God who wants his people to suffer. God is a God who gets angry when he sees his people suffer.” As I listen to Calvinists like Driscoll and Piper preach that very message almost word for word, I note that they and I disagree on the definition of “his people”.

And when God gets angry at sin, it’s because He knows the terrible damage it does to us, whom He loves. Instead of a selfish anger, His is a righteous anger. Don’t excuse your anger, and don’t let it destroy you and those around you—as it will, if left unchecked.

Instead, turn to Jesus Christ and ask Him to forgive you. God loves us because He wants to, not because we deserve it. God is Not Mad at You is a book written by Joyce Meyer who is a Charismatic Christian author and speaker; and it discusses about our fear of God based on Christian teachings.

This book explains why /5. God gets angry when there is a violation of His character. God is righteous, just, and holy, and none of these attributes can be compromised (Exodus –6; Isaiah ). God was angry with the nation of Israel and with Israel’s kings every time they turned.

The Precise Moment God Gets Angry. the Gemara discusses the meaning of the phrase in a verse from the Book of Psalms: "yea, a God that hath indignation every day" (). The Gemara concludes that every day God gets angry for a brief moment, and it comments: "No creature except for the evil Balaam knows precisely when that particular.

When God Gets Angry () by Devan C. Mair. Title: When God Gets Angry By: Devan C. Mair Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 76 Vendor: Cascade Books Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 4 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages: One thing I appreciate about God is that I can be real with him.

If I am angry with God, I can be honest about it instead of thinking I must hide it or act “religious.” I am delighted that in some of the Psalms David openly expressed anger or frustration with God, yet God did not give up on David.

Although it’s a. It is an emotion, but why someone gets angry and what is done with the anger is the issue. We can't judge why God chooses to get angry at one and not at another, as, much like a mosaic, you see only a tiny bit of the picture, so the best we can do is to have faith that God has a .1 Big Reason Why God Gets Angry Posted by Andy Proctor × at pm I am not a huge fan of the idea that God is sitting up in heaven with thunderbolts in hand ready to strike down the first person to break the commandments.

I think, for example, of Jonah in the Old Testament. God told him to go to his nation’s enemies and preach God’s Word to them so they’d repent — but Jonah refused. Eventually he did go — after God delivered him from the great fish that swallowed him — .