Job 7:13-20, 16:9-13; 42:1-9
We wrestle with being openly angry at God.
Sometimes we suppress our anger,
feeling that we shouldn’t get angry at God.
Other times, we just reject God.
Is it OK to be angry at God?
How does God look at our outbursts of anger;
our times of venting over heart breaks.
A study of Job reveals the answers to these questions.
We see a righteous man endure incredible loss
and finally lose it in his pain and anger.
How did God receive this from Job?
How did He treat Job in the face of all
manner of accusations against the Almighty One?