I have struggled with things God has done in my life. Read that, I was angry. I have known believers who were angry that a loved one was taken “prematurely.”
David models for us how to deal with our responses to God’s actions or lack thereof in several of his psalms. Look, for example, at Psalms 10 and 12. Habakkuk complains to God that He has not acted to discipline His faithless people, Habakkuk 1:2 – 4.
Your anger, mine, is not a shock to God. Psalm 139:2 – 4 assures us that He knows what we think and say from afar… and in the Hebrew that is time not distance. We cannot tell Him anything that He does not already know.
So we tell Him we are angry with Him. In specific terms, like David did. Look at the impact that had on David in the last half of Psalms 10 and 12. His anger, his disappointment turned to praise.
Do not hide your anger. Express it to God. He already knows. He will engage. You will praise.