Dear Friends,

We know our god very merciful and healer, love , giver , etc, but we should also know he is judge, other part of god.

Terrifying and fearful, There will time, when god going to be anger. And whole world shall see. his anger. No one can escape from his anger.

Nations will stumble at his anger, hard time, for sinner and un righteous people,

Repent for the kingdom of god is near, this was been told 2000 yrs ago, by Jesus, now is near to fulfill his words, going to come true.

His second coming is near we need to prepare ourselves, for he is coming back to take us home for ever.

Are you ready!!

God’s wrath is not anger out of control. An angry God bothers some so much that they take ever tack possible to remove the obvious meaning of the text. One scholar argued that Paul did not mean to indicate a personal reaction on God’s part but the reaction of a “moral universe.” All such attempts seem grounded in the idea that anger is inherently wrong and sinful, and so a lot of anger (a fairly common definition of wrath) would really be wrong and sinful. The Bible teaches otherwise. “Be angry, and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your wrath” (Ephesians 4:26). Anger is not always irrational. Jesus was angered at hard hearts (Mk. 3:5; Jn. 2:15-16). What feeling should such callousness as the Pharisees exhibited evoked in our Lord? To see sin ruining lives, both now and in eternity, and not be angry at the devil and foolish people who allow themselves to be taken by him is unthinkable. Righteousness loves light, and hates darkness (John 3:20). Thus, every expression of darkness must be met with righteous indignation or anger.

God is not angry because He has some gigantic ego that we have failed to gratify. His righteous anger is directed at evil people who refuse to be what He made them to be and thus hurt themselves. He is angry at the senselessness of men and women who send themselves to hell because they will not heed His word. Additionally, as we shall see, Paul develops the critical point that even the expression of God’s wrath is not designed to hurt sinful man but bring him to his senses that he will return to his maker and be saved.

God’s anger and wrath has had the purpose of drawing sinners to repentance and conversion, but this will not be the case at the final judgment.


  1. It is fearsome:
  2. It is reluctant and short-lived
  3. It is consistent with his righteous and merciful character:
  4. It fulfils God’s purposes

Ref: : Nahum 1:6  Joshua 7:26; Ezekiel 38:18; Exodus 34:6; Psalm 7:11 See also Habakkuk 3:2; Jeremiah 23:20 See also Jeremiah 30:24


1.     Disobedience and disloyalty
2.     Ungodly living
3.     Pride, arrogance and hypocrisy
4.     Complaints against, and opposition to, God’s purposes
5.     Injustice:
6.    The rejection of God’s servants

Ref: Numbers 25:3 Exodus 32:8-10; 2 Timothy 3:1-9; Jude 14-16; Matthew 23:27-28; Numbers 11:1; Zechariah 7:9-12; Hebrews 10:29-31


In present times : Romans 1:18  On a future “day of wrath” which is anticipated

The consequences of God’s anger

1.     God allows those who reject righteousness to remain in their sin
2.     Punishment will be experienced by rebellious people
3.     Punishment of death
4.     Punishment of exile
5.     Destruction of the whole nation of Israel
6.     God will be feared as his holiness and greatness are revealed
7.     Ultimately God will purify and restore his people for service

Ref: Malachi 3:2-4; Isaiah 59:18-19; Lamentations 2:1-9; 1 Kings 14:15; Exodus 12:12; Deuteronomy 8:19; Romans 2:5

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