Dear Editor:

Life's lessons number 8 in the Times News on December 26, 2009 (Back Again column) asserts that it is OK to get angry with God.

I don't agree.

It is never OK to get angry with God because He never does anything wrong. If we are angry with Him, we are angry at His doing what is right. What kind of sense does that make? Of course, maybe we don't really believe that everything He does is right even though we say we do.

How difficult is it to perceive that the Holy Spirit will never inspire us to rant against God, but Satan most assuredly will?

What would have happened to Aaron if he expressed displeasure with what God did to his two sons, Nadab and Abihu? He would have died. Was it OK for Aaron to get angry with God? I don't think so.

For beings such as us to find fault with God shows a singular lack of understanding as to just who we are and to just who He is.

Andrew Yurchak, Jr.

Coaldale