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Blaming God (YHWH)? Well, believers and unbelievers blame God in their life’s journey at some point — especially when something life-altering occurs that logic says God could have intervened. Wild, eh?

So, how do you know you’re justified blaming HIM for anything?

In this post, discover if you’re right to blame God for anything. Because every girl in Christ should know if her own blaming accusations are justified.

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Out of respect for believers, we will simply acknowledge the multiplicity of views on this subject (the keyword is “acknowledge” and not agree). So, always do further research.

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TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. So what is “blame”… ?
  2. You are not the first one to blame God…
  3. Are you justified in your accusations… ?

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1. So what is “blame”… ?


The Greek word “momphé” (μομφή) aka blame, means “to have matter of complaint against anyone, Colossians 3:13. (Pindar, Tragg., others.). 

Now we have our definition of “blame” — let’s explore real-life scenarios and countermeasures.

Research Colossians 3:13

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2. You are not the first one to blame God…

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The first man to blame our Creator was Adam. Elohim (aka God) did not force Adam to “eat” from the tree. Yet, Adam felt justified in his accusation because he placed the blame upon our Creator via proxy. Adam states to Elohim his reasoning for sinning is “because of the wife God created for him.”

“Then the man replied, “The woman You gave to be with me—she gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate.” – (Adam via Genesis 3:12)

In retrospect, we could argue that Adam was unjustified in his accusation and should have taken full responsibility for his own actions — and our argument would be valid. But, it appears Adam “felt” justified blaming God, because his guilt was too strong to place upon himself.

How do we know how Adam “felt”? Well, after sinning, he fashioned a loincloth for himself — to hide. Hiding after sinning is an act by someone “feeling guilty”, eh? That said, despite Adam’s “feelings”, his blaming Elohim via proxy ultimately did not aid his upcoming banishment from Eden. 

Remember, you — like Adam + Eve — are sinful (psst… we all are). And both of you needed a Redeemer to keep you from heading straight to Tartarus (aka Hell) before Judgement Day. That being said, unlike you — God is not sinful — He is Holy & blameless. And He is the only one who provided a Redeemer, whose name is Yeshua Messiah (aka Christ Jesus of Nazareth). That said, do you still think blaming God for man’s sins is wise? Hmm?

“The bible says that man hates God without a cause (see John 12:25). When bad things happen, many people put God on trial for His percieved “transgressions”, but they neglect to acknowledge His great kindness and provision. Any time we feel the urge to complain about our circumstances, we need to remember that we have been redeemed from our bondage to sin” (Comfort, 2011).

Research  Genesis, 3:12, Hebrews 7:26, 1 Peter 1:15, John 12:25, 1 Thessalonians 4:7, Hosea 7:2

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3. Are you justified in your accusations… ?


Upon observation, seems the main reasons you (aka some people) blame God are because of guilt and/or the guilty not receiving punishment when you think our Father should punish them. Remember, our Creator was patient with you in your sin. Why wouldn’t he extend the same to others?

“The Lord is not slow in keeping His promise as some understand slowness, but is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish but everyone to come to repentance. – (2 Peter 3:9)

Another observation for you blaming our Creator is because of a lack of erudition about our Heavenly Father’s character. He is the embodiment of Agape. Hirelings teach “god is love” based on the tenets of humanism, not Agape which is biblical — thus leading believers astray.

For example, acting in Agape, our Creator, sacrificed His OWN SON — FOR YOU — foreknowing how you would treat Him. You read that correctly. So, the next time you hear, “my God would never allow ‘x’ bad thing to happen… “— know that individual is lacking in erudition of our Creator’s character/nature.

Now, you may have just realized you are not justified in your accusations against God. You now know you cannot justifiably blame our Holy Creator. So how can you cope when you witness evil appearing to “prevail”? Well, you can meditate on these verses:

4 For if God did not spare the angels when they sinned, but cast them deep into hell,a placing them in chains of darkness to be held for judgment; 5 if He did not spare the ancient world when He brought the flood on its ungodly people, but preserved Noah, a preacher of righteousness, among the eight; 6 if He condemned the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah to destruction,b reducing them to ashes as an example of what is coming on the ungodly;c 7and if He rescued Lot, a righteous man distressed by the depraved conduct of the lawless 8 (for that righteous man, living among them day after day, was tormented in his righteous soul by the lawless deeds he saw and heard)— 9 if all this is so, then the Lord knows how to rescue the godly from trials and to hold the unrighteous for punishment on the day of judgment.” – (2 Peter 2: 4-9)


4 a Greek cast them into Tartarus; see the First Book of Enoch (1 Enoch 13:1–11 and 1 Enoch 20:1–4).

6 b WH does not include to destruction.

6 c Or on future generations of the ungodly

Research 2 Peter 3:9, 2 Peter 2:4-9, John 3:16

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You now know if you’re right to blame God for anything.

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Buy 5-star rated Faith Looks Up by Aubrey Awayion 2022. 2 Peter 2 BSB. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 15 September 2022]. 2022. 2 Peter 3:9 The Lord is not slow in keeping His promise as some understand slowness, but is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish but everyone to come to repentance.. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 15 September 2022].

Comfort, R., 2011. The Evidence Study Bible. 1st ed. Newberry, FL: Bridge-Logos Publishers, p.1276. 2022. Genesis 3 Parallel Bible. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 15 September 2022]. 2022. Hosea 7:2 And they do not consider in their heartsThat I remember all their wickedness.Now their deeds are all around them;They are before My face.. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 15 September 2022]. 2022. Strong's Greek: 3437. μομφή (momphé) -- blame. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 15 September 2022].