Okay, so we may not always say it that way, but many of us have experience some anger or frustration with God at some point in our lives. Hey, life is far from perfect, and sometimes we have to deal with tragedies or disappointments that we don't understand. Sometimes that leads us to blame God for the things that went wrong.
Yet, learning a bit from Job, David, and Jonah, we can see sometimes what anger with God can do. Job expressed his anger and listened with God reprimanded him. Jonah got swallowed by a whale, and eventually repented. David would get angry and eventually allow it to turn into trust and love. What all three characters tell us is that it's not okay to just be angry with God. We have to express to God what our feelings are and let Him provide us comfort and guidance.
Is it easy to do? Not always. Sometimes it just feels good that God listens, so we get over it. Sometimes it takes long periods of time in prayer and conversation with God. Yet holding a grudge against God only leads to distance between you and God, which can end up in us losing our faith completely.