Fiddler on the Roof, a musical, a demonstration of a continuing dialogue between Tevye, a disillusioned, angry, devout soul who talks with God throughout the story, feeling let down, feeling lost, feeling anger in the gut, and truth be known there have been a good many among the prophets of old who lifted up anger to God from time to time. So Eva and Ginnie, I am not incapable of reading your lines and understanding there is some good bit of anger to share with God. I do get it. The good thing, He listens. He gets it. Live can be a #%@*! and His Son realized that all too well, in the temptation during the forty days alone with Satan, in the Garden where He was arrested, in prison where He was lashed with a barbed cat of nine tails, then to suffer the extreme indignity of being nailed to the cross. I do believe he had to have felt some anger at what was occurring although the sole time he revealed it was in the Temple where indignity was shown to His Father's house.
I have lived a life from early childhood which will not be shared here, for it would belong elsewhere such as on PsychCentral if I chose to reveal it, and I do not, where I learned from the crib- and I have memories that far back. An interesting perspective, looking out from a crib, and remembering it. The memories have not been suppressed. They have been shared in counseling. I understand having reasons to be hyper angry at God, but for some reason, I have not been able to do that, for it was God who was my shield all of the way back to the beginning; thus, in Him I know grace. Even so, you are not denied your ability to share anger with the Almighty, for He wants to receive your sorrow in order to help in some way with it.
As for me, I pray and pray for all who feel such sorrow.
May God truly Bless,