If God does get angry, why does Christian Media for Children lie to them saying that God never gets angry?
A while back when I went to church, the minister said that God does get angry, but with Media that teach Kids about Christianity, they say that God never gets angry, so I asked that question on here and the response said that god does get angry
if all that's true then why does educational kids media for Christians lie to them about that stuff, especially when they also teach kids to never tell a lie, so it's kind of hypocritical
it just gets me a little confused
- DougLv 72 months ago
There's a critical difference between anger and wrath. When we do bad stuff, God responds (proportionately) out of wrath, in order to correct our future actions. Anger is a whole different thing, based primarily on emotion. God doesn't act on emotion.Source(s): www.askmeaboutgod.org
- Anonymous2 months ago
There are many false religions today that are not telling people the truth. God doesn't want religion, He wants a relationship.
Joh 14:21 Whoever has my commandments and keeps them, he it is who loves me. And he who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I will love him and manifest myself to him.
I have met Yeshua ("Jesus") a number of times over the past 25 years. He is real, He is alive, He has spoken to me, and I have spoken to Him. Each encounter was unexpected and unique. Search YouTube for "Jesus encounter" and you will see He has appeared to atheists, Jews, Muslims, etc...
John 8:23-24 Yeshua said to them, “You are from below; I am from above. You are of this world; I am not of this world. I told you that you would die in your sins, for unless you believe that I am he [the messiah, the Son of God] you will die in your sins.”
Matthew 10:37-38 [Yeshua speaking] Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me, and whoever loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. And whoever does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me.
Is Yeshua the most important thing in your life? How much time do you spend with Him every day? Is He your friend?
To "take up your cross" is to deny the desires (not the needs) of the flesh and be obedient to the laws and commandments of God. As you develop a relationship with Yeshua ("Jesus") you will hear from the Holy Spirit (Dreams, Visions, Words of Knowledge, Words of Wisdom, etc...) You must be obedient to what the Holy Spirit communicates to you without hesitation. If you are asked to do something, or told not to do something, the immediate answer is "Yes Lord", worry about the details later - He will lead and guide you in accomplishing anything you are asked to do as you do it.
Spend time in prayer every day (praying out loud). Here are prayers I say every day. Modify them as you see fit for your situation and circumstances:
Spend 30 minutes or more every day reading your Bible (reading out loud). Start with Matthew and read to the end, then start at the beginning. I use the ESV, but the King James (not the "New" King James) is the most accurate translation as it is the ONLY translation that uses the Textus Receptus manuscripts.
If you are willing to set aside the things that take up most of your time (TV, movies, gaming, Facebook, Internet, etc... you know what you spend most of your time doing), and dedicate three hours every evening to the Lord, within a few months if not sooner you will see a mighty move of God in your life. Develop the following routine and stick to it consistently:
Spend the first hour praying in tongues. Praying in tongues (out loud) is probably the most important thing I have learned to do. Since I started doing this I have had numerous dreams, visions, and even encounters with Yeshua. Here is a document that will help you understand and get started:
Spend the second hour waiting on the Lord quietly. This will help you learn how:
Spend the third hour singing (out loud) praise and worship songs. These songs should mention the blood of Jesus, the cross, and/or attributes of the character and nature of God. Here are a few of my favorites (you can set it to shuffle play so they play in random order):
In addition to that I like to listen to "soaking" music at a low volume while praying, reading, or waiting on the Lord. Here is the music I use:
- Anonymous2 months ago
Psychological impact on a child yet most adults remain children and prefer to continue to believe God is love rather than face reality that there is a hell.
Children have no understanding and are not held responsible until they can understand (Proverbs 4:7).
That's why when Atheists and unbelievers say "Fear was drilled into them since childhood" is the most ignorant thing I've heard people say making it appear Christian parents neglect the psychological well being of a child!
There's nothing "hypocritical" about it because when one believes what God said and are preaching the right gospel, the ultimate outcome is "God is love" (Hebrews 12:11) because those who are preaching the right gospel go to loving heaven.
- JeaLv 72 months ago
Anyone reading the bible would know that the god thing depicted within, is angry all the time, immature and insecure, prone to dishonesty, trickery, and tantrums.
The bible paints a picture of a very ugly, mean, and unfair god that considers only itself. It is a horrible god in a horrible book.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
because they are big liar faces.
- 2FollowHimLv 72 months ago
Bcuz THAT'S a lie, as it's put. The pastor must have explained?
God doesn't get angry with individuals, UNLESS very provoked.
Where's the scripture for this?
Please try to learn first, don't jump to conclusions.
And I've never heard gentile kids ever having God angry.
Maybe torturing animals?
Maybe they need to hear it?
- 2 months ago
My, my. Telling lies? Misrepresenting God? I was under the impression that Christians were virtuous.Source(s): No, not really. That was sarcasm.