1. You no longer feel guilty about your sin.
The Holy Spirit dwells within you if you are a true believer. He assists you in distinguishing between what is right and wrong in the eyes of the Lord. When there is a temptation or a danger, he warns you. And whenever you sin, He convicts you to repentance.
A Christian who has become calloused to sin has turned their back on the Lord. If you can’t feel guilty about doing something you know is wrong, God must be angry with you for choosing sin over obedience to Him.
2. God Is Deafeningly Quiet.
Have your Quiet Times recently run dry? A Quiet Time is a period of time spent with God that includes reading His Word, praying, and worshiping Him. If you haven’t been enjoying your Quiet Times lately–because you don’t seem to get anything out of what you’re reading in the Bible and your prayer time is dry–then perhaps God prefers to be silent.
If God is silent toward you, it is possible that you have committed a sin that is causing the schism between you and the Lord. He despises sin, and He is not pleased with someone who consciously continues to sin against Him.
3. You Keep Coming Across Bible Verses That Call For Repentance.
Have you been reading a lot of verses about repentance lately? They are truly intended for you if you are consciously sinning. They could be a sign of God’s wrath. He is angry, but He is also merciful. That is why it is not surprising that He provides opportunities for you to repent and return to Him.
“According to 2 Peter 3:9, “the Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise, as some regard slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish, but for all to come to repentance.”
4. You Must Face The Repercussions Of Your Sin.
Because God despises sin, don’t expect Him to protect you from its consequences. He may be loving and gracious, but He is also excessively so. He will allow you to reap the benefits of your labor. If you have been sowing corruption, lies, and deceptions, the truth will eventually triumph, and those you have deceived will retaliate. If you have been immoral, don’t be surprised if you have to deal with shame and pain later on.
Apart from expressing His wrath, God allows you to face the consequences of your sins because He wants you to repent. He, like a loving father, desires that you be corrected and disciplined.
5. You Have Been Embarrassed.
If pride is the sin that separates you from God, expect Him to intervene. The proud are despised by the Lord, while the humble are exalted. Do not be surprised if He has made you embarrassed in front of others as a result of your arrogance. He will never put up with arrogance.
“But he gives us more grace,” James 4:6 says. As a result, the Bible says, “God opposes the proud but favors the humble.”
6. There Is a Moment of Silence Before The Storm.
Do not rejoice just yet if you have not yet received the consequences of your wrongdoings. God will sometimes allow you to enjoy the pleasures of sin for an extended period of time. You’d be so relaxed that you’d believe everything is going to be fine—that nothing bad is going to happen. Things start to fall apart at the most inconvenient times.
This is frequently the case with corrupt individuals. God allows them to bask in their loot for a while, bragging about the wealth they did not earn honestly. They may be able to travel the world, own luxurious villas, and eat the most delectable cuisines, but none of this will last.
7. You’ve got a lot of resentment in your heart.
In God’s presence, there is peace and joy in abundance. As a result, if your heart is poisoned by resentment, jealousy, or bitterness, the Lord’s presence has most likely left you. If you have the Holy Spirit, however, He will assist you in overcoming your resentment toward others. So, if you’ve gotten to the point where you’re comfortable being bitter toward others, you’re on your own.
It is also possible that the resentment you are holding to is the reason why God is angry. Jesus taught His followers to love their neighbors, even their enemies (Matthew 22:37-39). (Matthew 5:43-45). As a result, holding grudges and refusing to forgive are sins. You won’t be forgiven by God until you’ve forgiven others (Matthew 6:14-15).
8. Your Prayers Aren’t Being Heard.
If you continue to enrage God with unconfessed and ongoing sins, don’t expect Him to hear your prayers graciously. He will be deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly Prayers will only be effective if they are offered by righteous people, according to the Bible.
“Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other, so that you may be healed,” James 5:16 says. A righteous person’s prayer is powerful and effective.”
Repent While There Is Still Time
If all these signs prove that God is truly angry with you, then do not waste time. Instead, resolve to repent and turn away from any sin that offends the Lord. He is gracious, and He will forgive you if you humble yourself and return to Him.