God’s Anger And Wrath Is Satan: God Is Never Ever The Source Of Any Anger Or Wrath!

God WITHDRAWS and unleashes Satan to do what he is always bent on doing: killing and destroying. This is what God did to Egypt in order to free the Israelites from their Egyptian bondage.

He cast upon them the fierceness of his anger, WRATH and indignation and trouble, by sending EVIL ANGELS among them. He made a way to his anger; he spared not their soul from death, but gave their life over to the pestilence, and destroyed all the firstborn in Egypt . . . But made his own people go forth like sheep. Ps 78:49-52. This verse is clearly stating that God’s anger and wrath is not God but is evil angels “sent.” God’s wrath is evil angels.

In the above verses we see God opening the way for the coming forth of His wrath and anger, Satan and evil angels, going forth and doing what they are always bent on doing, making babies and people sick, killing and destroying.

Clearly here, Satan IS the wrath, anger and destructive force of God. In this passage and throughout the Bible, God takes the blame for what Satan does.

God permits all this to happen for a REDEMPTIVE purpose: so that His people, the Israelites, can be released from slavery. This freeing process is a prefigurement of the cross, our death, burial and resurrection with Christ, which process frees us from slavery to sin, self, Satan, the curse of Moses’ law (Gal 3:10-13), and the world’s evil influence over us. Rom 6:1-7.

God has no wrath whatsoever against anyone other than Satan unleashed for a redemptive purpose. Satan is the wrath of God. Rev 12:12. “The devil has come down to you having great wrath.” God has no other wrath or anger. Wrath and anger are a sin. Col 3:8. God does not commit the sin of anger and wrath. Satan does. God allows it and uses it for good.

By allowing Satan to go forth and attack daily, Satan provides the vehicle thru which we are freed from his influence and power over us. As we die daily, we are freed. 1 Cor 15:31. This results in an aikido-like self-destruction of Satan’s power and his kingdom. Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil. The way he does it is thru the eternal principle of the cross, allowing evil to self-destruct! He reverses evil back on Satan’s own head. Ps 7:15-16; Ps 9:15-16; 1 John 3:8; Heb 2:14. Satan is destroyed, like Haman, on his own gallows. Esther 7:10. If Satan had known this he would never have crucified the Lord of glory. 1 Cor 2:6-8.

God never uses direct violence against anyone. His only violence is the cross. Thru the cross , God reverses evil’s force back on evil’s own head. God can do the same through us when take up the cross of self-sacrificial love, dying daily with Christ.

With this master principle of the cross (Redemptive Withdrawal), we learn to read the Bible with the lens of the cross and we discover that all negative forces come from Satan and all positive forces come from God. The negative things that happen are allowed by an always agape loving God and always for a good purpose, to free us from Self and Satan’s grip.

All (negative or death-giving) things work together for (positive or life-giving) good for those who love God and are called according to his purpose. Rom 8:28.

Through faith and the cross, God turns cursing by Satan into God’s blessing and allows evil to self-destruct in the process.

Travis Bryan III

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