There comes a time in a Christian's life during which there is some anger at God for something going on. Many Christians think that those feelings of anger are supposed to be kept inside. Thinking that way is incorrect because God knows your thoughts before you think them. Don't you think God wants you to be honest with him? Don't you think he wants you to trust him with those thoughts?
In the Bible, you can find several instances of anger being shown. Some of the anger is directed at God and some of the anger is directed toward other humans. The important thing to remember is that anger that is righteous is acceptable, but anger that isn't righteous is wrong. No matter what the cause of the anger, you must present it in a respectful way when you go to God with it. You can't just go lose your patience and go to God like a spoiled brat on a rampage. Instead, you have to voice your concerns in a way that shows you respect the ultimate power of God.
Let's take a look at five examples of anger that you can find in the Bible!