And He Himself is the propitiation for our sins (1 John 2:2).
Are you afraid of God? Do you think He’s angry with you & the entire world for sin? The Good News is: the wrath of God was poured out on Jesus so it wouldn’t be poured out on us! Some have twisted this into the concept that God isn’t pouring wrath on believers, but He is angry with them. It’s true! The Old Testament describes God being angry with the wicked every day, & we know God hasn’t changed. So what has changed? Jesus solved the problem!
Jesus became our sin & satisfied the wrath of God for our sin! God did everything He could for us to experience His goodness, drawing us to repentance so we can be teachable. God describes love as the heart of the gospel, & faith works by love. We’ll only trust God to the degree we trust that He loves us; therefore, we’ll only love others to the degree we feel loved by God.
If you think God is angry with you & causing your problems, you’ll never let Him be the one who solves your problems. If you think He takes away from you, you’ll never trust He’s the one who gives to you. You have an advocate with the Father—Jesus Christ—the Righteous One. An advocate is for you, even when you’re messing up, so you don’t have to be afraid to ask for help. God’s love for you is never diminished by your actions. His love for you never changes!
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Regarding: “Is God still angry with me”. Wow! That makes me feel like a starving, homeless person who just sat down at a banquet at his own castle. Thank you Sir!
What a great way to describe it, Jenna! Many people live their whole lives believing that God is angry with them because of what religion has told them. But when you discover the truth and then take the next step of connecting your heart to His in a relationship so that you know Him for yourself, that’s when the feast really begins!
What do you mean ‘ still angry’? Ridiculous! God has never been angry with man. Never
That’s your opinion but I would suggest you read Genesis.