It seems that there are many people who are angry at God. Their anger is real and something to be overcome for a better relationship with God. Do you suggest that they forgive God? In my understanding, the loving and holy God cannot do anything unjust, so it is challenging for me to conceptualize how people might be forgiving God. However, their anger is real and something to be resolved—that’s the key and real issue stimulating the idea of forgiving God. Thank you for your wisdom.
The late Lewis Smedes in his book, Forgive and Forget, suggested that God is big enough to take our resentment and our forgiving. I am a great admirer of Dr. Smedes, but I think he got this one wrong. As you say, a perfect God cannot be unjust. If we presume otherwise, this can open up many errors in theology. For example, God is imperfect in this scenario and so why follow the imperfect? God is capable of sin in this scenario. Would you want to worship a sinful being?
Instead of forgiving God, I recommend working on acceptance—-acceptance of God’s will. Sometimes this involves suffering, but out of suffering can come strength, patience, and a deep empathy for those who suffer.