The anger of God Bible verse

Here Is Why You Should Fear The Lord:The Nature Of God’s Anger

Have you ever thought of knowing the seriousness of God’s anger?. Though he is a loving God, his punishment for rebellious Children is very fierce. He has destroyed thousands and yet to destroy more. He is a consuming fire, slow to anger and ready to save the righteous.

God's anger
God’s anger has destroyed a lot of people. The Lord will never spare the unrepented sinner. He is about to pour his anger on all those who rebel against him. He is a consuming fire!

What does the Bible mean about God’s anger? We can better define that by saying it is a violent emotion of a painful nature, which normally befall spontaneously upon people within an occasion. This comes as a punishment for mankind’s sin against God.

Before I begin it all, I want everyone to know that God’s anger remains on anyone who does not believe in the Son.

“Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever refuses to believe in the Son won’t see life, but the wrath of God remains on him.”
(John 3:36).

Anger is part of our human nature. God is the only one who is perfect in his wrath. He is a just God to whom vengeance and righteous judgment belong.

Often at times people, ask; “Why should a loving God be Disastrous?” God Is Spirit with human nature. He grieves when we sin. He is very jealous and will not let Sin go unpunished. He is a loving father who will not spare the rod on his wayward Children.

As you read along, you will find helpful Bible verses about the anger of God. They will help you better understand his fierceness when it comes to punishing rebellion people like idol worshipers or anyone who proves to be his enemy for real.

The Psalmist described the nature of God’s anger like this:

The anger of God Bible verse

“The LORD is gracious, merciful, slow to anger, and of great loving-kindness.”((Psalms 145:8).

Just like what every good parent will do. God’s anger disciplines us when we protest against him. He is always right with his actions.

Anger is not a Sin, as Christ himself got angry when people turned his father’s house into a marketplace (Matthew 21:12 – 13). The Bible makes it plain that you can get angry, but don’t let the sunset on it. Don’t let your anger lead you to sin.

In the ancient days, God often became angry with his own people(Israel). God’s anger is very fierce than anything. He is a loving God but hates rebellious Children. There are many accounts in the Bible that show us the seriousness of God’s anger.

We keep on doing what he hates. Sinners and all those who stand against God today will drink from the cup of his anger. If God loves you more than anything, it doesn’t mean he wouldn’t punish your wrongdoings.

Stay away from sin and be free from God’s anger.

Notable Bible Lessons About God’s Anger With His People

Angry With King Solomon

“The LORD was angry with Solomon because his heart had turned away from the LORD, the God of Israel, who had appeared to him twice”(1 Kings 11:9).

God loved Solomon so much. He made him king over Israel, gave him wisdom and wealth but when he turned away from his instructions, God became angry with him.

Angry With Moses

God chose Mosses to lead his people into the promised land. Upon all the kindness and protection God gave to Mosses and the Children of Israel; He became angry with mosses. Already, God killed those Israelites who rebelled against him(Numbers 32:13, Numbers 11- 1 -2).Mosses lamented:

“Furthermore the LORD was angry with me for your sakes, and swore that I should not go over the Jordan, and that I should not go into that good land, which the LORD your God gives you for an inheritance”(Deuteronomy 4:21).

Mosses then reminded the Children of God to keep the covenant of God. He told them to say away from idolatry especially because God is a jealous God. In the verse 34 Mosses said:

“For the LORD your God is a devouring fire, a jealous God”

God’s Warning On Sinners

He wiped cleaned this earth with floodwater because of too much sin. He saved only 8 people in the days of Noah.

God’s wrath destroyed the inhabitants of this earth in the days of Noah and he is yet to pour out his wrath on disobedient Children again. (Genesis 6:13)

God’s greatest wrath is yet to come on disobedient Children.

Let no one deceive you with empty words. For because of these things, the wrath of God comes on the children of disobedience. (Ephesians 5:6).

Never Fall Into The Hands Of God

If you really love God and believe in him, then I implore you to be faithful to him. Continually learn how to money his laws and you would be blessed.

However, it is a terrible thing to experience the anger of God. Never give it a try. He may wipe you off together with your families.

“It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God.” (Hebrews 10:31)

Those who rebel against the Lord will surely taste his wrath. In his anger, he curses, kills, annihilates, and brings great suffering to potential offenders.

God killed Uzza in his anger

Take a look at what God did to Uzza:

“The anger of the LORD was kindled against Uzza, and he struck him because he put forth his hand to the ark; and there he died before God. ” (1 Chronicles 13:10)

The most terrible moment is yet to come upon all sinners who fail to repent. The Bible calls it, Judgment Day!

“Wail, for the LORD’s day of judgment is near; it comes with all the destructive power of the sovereign judge. For this reason, all hands hang limp, every human heart loses its courage. They panic – cramps and pain seize hold of them like those of a woman who is straining to give birth. They look at one another in astonishment; their faces are flushed red.”(Isaiah 13:6 – 8)

Those who have entrusted in God with all their hearts, strength, body, and soul would are not under the wrath of God.

2018-01-24

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