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God is Angry with the Wicked Everyday

God is upset y’all! God is angry. I’m not making this up. Plenty of people say and believe things like “God can’t get angry, God doesn’t get mad!” They are wrong! The bible clearly says that God is angry with the wicked every day.

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Check it out for yourself … and you may want to tell a friend or two just to put it on their mind! In Psalm chapter 7 it says at verse 11:

11 God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day.

God is angry with the wicked every day. For the wicked, this means every day they wake and go about their business wickedly, they can trust that the God of the Creation, the God of Israel is angry with them that day!

It is sad because of what the Bible has written for those who are considered wicked. I hope to point out a couple of things in this short post. One, God does get angry, God is just slow to anger and is very controlled in what He administered as punishment.

God is Angry with the Wicked Everyday

Second, the evil are pulling on one strong emotion from God every day! In St. John chapter 14 and verse 15, Jesus says, “If you love me, keep my commandments.” Once you are keeping the Lord’s commandments, He will pray to the Father to give you a Comforter to abide with you forever.

Do you think the wicked have a comforter? Not one from Jesus, because God is angry with the wicked every day. Though God may have mercy on them, giving them room to repent, God’s still angry with the wicked… every day… until they repent!

Selah

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7 Comments

  1. ReneRene

    True. So true and the wick needs to read the bible for it will tell them their future.

    • Shalom Rene; the level of surprise that will come upon the wicked is unimaginable because most do not read or believe, Rene. When CHRIST said HE would come as a thief in the night, it is very true. What HE has for the wicked will make people’s ears tingle. Thank you for your comment and for being here. Praise the ALMIGHTY.

      Nhmyh

  2. GordonGordon

    Ecclesiastes 7:9: Anger rests on the bosom of fools. Meanwhile, Micah 7:18; Psa. 103:8,9; 30:5 all directly contradict this verse.
    So is the Bible contradicting itself?
    the verse in any older manuscript was written thus:
    אלהיםשופטצדיקואלזעםבכליום
    then spaced thus:
    אלהים שופט צדיק ואל זעם בכל יום
    now look at ואל זעם
    and notice the difference a small splotch on a piece of paper can make.
    וְאֵל זֹעֵם sounds “w’ēl zô‘ēm” means “and-EL is-angry,” while
    ‎וְאַל זֹעֵם sounds “w’āl zô‘ēm” means “and-not is-angry”
    the difference being between “āl” (not) and “ēl” (God), the w- being an “and”-particle.
    See the Septuagint, Vulgate, Peshitta, and Young’s Literal.

    Now keep in mind, only the letters in the hebrew scripture are actually scripture. The vowel-points were added. Which translation makes more sense? God being always angry after ecplicitly denying it, or God not needing to be always angry since all he does is turn evildoers’ deeds back onto them as per the rest of the psalm?
    If your god is so easily angered that it is eternal, you need a new god.

    • Great observation brother Gordon; thank you for being here and leaving your comment. Here is a parable for you; as a dad, I warn my children everyday of some of the pitfalls in life. My son goes out and completely rebels and does things that make me angry. I don’t go out and try to kill him, I just let him live his life. While doing that, he falls into many of the pitfalls I warned him of; he sufferes greatly in life receiving the calamties from his enemies that he thought were his friends. I’m kinda responsible because I could send my security guards to protect, but I called them off so he can enjoy his free will, and live his rebellious life.

      Yes, I don’t like the wicked who are hurting him, but I have to let him live to learn the hard way instead of taking in my experiences and wisdom.

      In addition, Elohim’s anger, hatred, love, and mercy is not on the same level or realm of that of man. I hope this helps us all Gordon; thank you for your insight.

      Elder Ishe

      • GordonGordon

        I’m just saying. The entire verse you quoted never needed the qualifiers you placed in the article to begin with, because God is NOT angry with the wicked every day, exactly as you show in your parable.
        This verse, properly translated, is one more arrow in killing the god of crime & punishment because we break rules that are impossible to follow,
        and making way for the God of putting us here on earth to learn how to love Him and each other.
        Keep this in the back of your mind next time a Fire n Brimstone preacher tells you how much God hates you for not towing the line on his dogma.

  3. AhlemAhlem

    Eternal Life is Knowing who GOD is. HE is The Almighty GOD, the Creator of everything.
    GOD IS HOLY. HE is not a man.

    for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”
    1 Peter 1:16 ; Leviticus 11:44,45; Lev 19:2

    Hebrews 12:14
    Make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.

    John 17:3‭, ‬6‭-‬8
    Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent. “I have revealed you to those whom you gave me out of the world. They were yours; you gave them to me and they have obeyed your word. Now they know that everything you have given me comes from you. For I gave them the words you gave me and they accepted them. They knew with certainty that I came from you, and they believed that you sent me.

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