Man's Anger Against God is Megalomaniacal Blasphemy

A dangerous yet well-received and popularly-taught practice within Christianity is, "It's okay to be angry with God. He can handle it."

This is not biblical (Ecc 5:1-3; Job 32:2-3, 34:9-10, 40:1-2; Rom 9:19-20).

This is megalomaniacal blasphemy.

It is not a matter of whether or not God can "handle" our anger against Him. What an utterly foolish assessment. It is a matter of whether or not God Almighty, the LORD of hosts, will tolerate such arrogant "Jesus is my pal", disrespectful attitude before His most holy presence.

As William Gurnall once said,

   (1.) Faith spies mercy in the greatest affliction—an eye of white in the saddest mixture of providence; so that when the devil provokes to blasphemy from the evil that the creature receives from God, faith shows more good received than evil.
   Thus Job quenched this dart which Satan shot at him from his wife’s tongue. ‘Shall we receive good at the hand of God, and shall not we receive evil?’ Shall a few present troubles be a grave to bury the remembrance of all my past and present mercies? ‘Thou speakest as one of the foolish women.’ What God takes from me is less than I owe him, but what he leaves me is more than he owes me. Solomon bids us, ‘In the day of adversity consider,’ Ec. vii.14. Our unbeseeming thoughts and words of God are the product of a rash hasty spirit. Now faith is a considering grace; ‘He that believeth will not make haste—no not to think or speak of God. Faith hath a good memory, and can tell the Christian many stories of ancient mercies; and when his present meal falls short, it can entertain the soul with a cold dish, and not complain that God keeps a bad house neither. (The Christian in Complete Armour, vol. ii, dir. iii, part ii, div iii, First Design 3.1)
I do not count this against the unbelieving. For what do they know or proclaim to know about  God? Of course they will blaspheme. They are enslaved to all sin. And therefore, I have great pity on them and great compassion for them. I pray that God will forgive them and in His great mercy, just as He has granted such a vile woman as me, that He would also grant them the gift of repentance that leads to saving faith in Jesus  Christ.

However, I do admonish and strongly urge all  who profess the name of the LORD, yet teach and promote this ungodly practice—to repent. Repent of teaching and encouraging others that man’s angry complaints against God is the truest and humblest form of transparent Christianity (being like Christ). It is not. For Christ was never angry against His God and Father. And anyone who supposes to do anything that Christ Himself did not do or teach, is a person who is warped and should repent of their foolishness, rather than falsely teach and mislead others in what most pleases, honors, and glorifies God.

All who teach, should teach with fear and trembling, rather than with arrogance and delusions of grandeur (megalomania).

Heed these words from our LORD:

You who boast in the law dishonor God by breaking the law. For, as it is written, “The name of God is blasphemed among the Gentiles because of you.” (Rom 2:23-24)