That is not even close to an answer to the question he asked you. Not even close. You are saying God gets angry because his sovereignty is absolute. WTF does that have to do with anything? That's only proving the overlords point. If his sovereignty is absolute, and God predestines all things, then there is nothing to be mad about.
there must be something, ask God.
OK. This is what he told me:
"My child, you cannot possibly
understand the agony
of what it is to be Me. Because I am metaphysically perfect, it is impossible for Me to strive to improve Myself. Because I am omnipotent and omniscient, I can never strive...for anything.
Nothing, at all, can be a challenge for Me. No matter what I might endeavor to create, no matter what I might do, I can never have the sense of accomplishment
you mortals are capable of, for all things are, by definition, as easy as thought, for Me.
"Yet despite My limitless power, there are still things I cannot do, because of the logical implications of My metaphysical nature. I cannot create for Myself an equal, much less a superior whom I could admire. There cannot be two or more omnipotent Beings, because their omnipotences could come into conflict if their intentions diverged, and this would render neither of them omnipotent. Thus, omnipotence can only be compatible with a single
"I cannot even create a lesser being who is truly distinct from Me. Such a being would, by definition, circumscribe My power, for it would have a degree of initiative and power of its own that was not a mere extension or manifestation of Mine. However tiny that being may be, however limited its range of choices, within that little sphere, My Will would not be supreme. Then, I would no longer be omnipotent.
If that being had a capacity for choice, and multiple, genuine options
, then I could neither have foreseen, nor predestined its path in life. Then, I would no longer be omniscient
"But these are My metaphysical nature. Apart from them I would not be
God. Since as a matter of logic, I cannot be God and non-God at the same time and in the same respect (and for Me there is only one "time"--all of it--and one respect--all of it--that I can Be), it is inherently, metaphysically impossible for Me to 'tie my omnipotence and omniscience behind my back' as it were, and give any other entity freedom to be something other than an extension of My Will.
"You ask me then, why create at all? I must, by My nature. You see, power is no power at all, if it is never made manifest. Since unlimited power is My nature, I must
manifest it through the act of Creation and rule. Both 'Creation' and 'rule' require that there be entities distinct from Myself. Anything that is a mere figment of My Will is not a Creation, because a new Creation must, by definition, exist in addition to
whatever existed in its absence. Since My Will is eternally pre-existent, a true Creation must be something other than My Will. In like manner, I cannot rule, nor can I receive worship, if there is no one else
to obey My Will and offer Me their worship and praise. Yet, as I have already explained to you, My omnipotence and omniscience leave no possible room for anyone else--other--separate--independent--from Me to exist.
"So you see, the flawed Creation you inhabit is the inescapable, miserable result of the inherent contradictions of My nature as God. I am compelled by My nature to attempt what is metaphysically impossible for Me. But that is only the beginning of sorrows. This requirement of sovereign rule, which arises as a logical corollary of omnipotence, foists upon Me another curse: an infinity of what you might call 'status,' or 'glory' or 'majesty.' I have no greater weakness, no more agonizing wound, than this.
"Since My degree of status is infinite, and any other being I might attempt to create must be finite, My status is necessarily infinitely greater than that of any Creation I might attempt to make. This, in turn, means that there can be no true relationship or communication between Myself and a created being. Communication is only possible between equals. If one person in a relationship has immeasurably greater status than the other, the inferior must either rebel, or relate to the superior with obsequious submission and obeisance. If they opt for the former, then their goal is to defeat or escape the superior, not forge a relationship. If they opt for the latter, then they are compelled to relate to the superior not with honesty, but with what they anticipate the superior wishes to hear.
"Thus they will attempt to erase their own mind to some degree, and turn it into an echo of the superior's mind--to think what the superior wants them to think and do what the superior wants them to do. For an example of this, you need look no further than My Cherubim, they who are gathered closest to My Throne, as described in the fourth chapter of the book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ. They are described metaphorically as being "covered with eyes." That is, possessed of wondrous and splendid faculties of perception and intellect. This very fact, and their proximity to My majesty, forces them to empty themselves so completely that they are reduced to a constant chant of praise for Me, 'Holy Holy Holy is the Lord Who was and is and is to come,' over and over and over again, continuously, forever. Marvelous, brilliant
beings, reduced to mindless 'broken records'...by Me, by the simple fact of My existence.
"For if one of them were to say, 'No, I have done this long enough, I think I should like to go on a holiday,' then in that moment it is valuing the holiday more than it values Me. Because My status, My value, is infinite, this would be an inversion of value, an injustice. In a word...sin
. Now, the severity of a crime or an affront rises with the status of the victim. It is a more serious matter to strike a police officer than to strike an ordinary person, and more serious still to strike a President or a king. Because My status is infinite, any affront to Me is an infinite
affront, requiring an infinite punishment.
"A finite being, by definition, cannot ever absorb an infinite punishment (for its capacities for absorption are necessarily finite), so its punishment must go on, and on, and on. Yet, at any actual
point in their punishment, the affront, the wound they inflicted upon Me is still the greater. If it were not so, the scales would be balanced and punishment could cease.
"As I have explained already, any true Creation, to qualify as such, must necessarily be other-than-Me. An omnipotent Creative power being only potential rather than actual unless it is manifested in an act of Creation, I must create beings that are other-than-Me. Yet...to...to be other-than-Me a being must...value its own otherness more...than it values conformity to My Will and My thoughts. To exist at all, it must...sin.
"The word for 'sin' used in the New Testament Scriptures I have given you is hamartia
, an archer's term for "missing the mark." The mark a being must miss in order to sin is Me. But if it does not miss the mark, if it truly achieves what John the Baptist sought to do in relation to Me in Christ--'He must become greater, and I must become less'--it must cease to exist as an entity in its own right and separate from Myself. Its conformity to My Will, its 'becoming-less,' must be as infinite as the gulf of status between us. It must, in short, undo My work of Creation and empty its being into Me.
"Do you see now, the torturing chain that binds Me? To be God, by definition, requires omnipotence. Omnipotence requires Creative manifestation. 'Creation' is bringing into existence entities separate from Myself. Separation from Myself is sin. Sin inflicts an infinite wound upon My infinite status and dignity, requiring an infinite punishment, which can never be satisfied in finite beings. No matter how much pain I might inflict for however many eons, the pain inflicted upon Me is infinitely worse, otherwise the torture could stop,
and I could be at peace. And further: the absolute sovereignty My omnipotence and omniscience require by definition means that every sin by every created being must also emerge from the eternal councils of My Sovereign Will. These beings cannot be truly distinct from Me, for I am the Ground of All Being.
"And so, My fate, imposed upon Me by My infinite nature, may it be forever cursed,
is to torture Myself forever, to the full extent of My infinite ability. Why am I angry? Because it is My nature. At whom am I angry? There is no one else to rage against, but Me."
So, SerpentKilla...there you have it, I guess.