In the various messages that have been given through the centuries to various seers, saints, and commoners, a recurring theme is that God is sad or angry with the sins of mankind. The givers of these messages, usually a being supposed to be the mother of Jesus, an angel, a saint, or some other holy person no longer alive, seems to be rather naive regarding the Church’s accepted list of attributes of God. For instance:
God’s Aseity seems to mean that He is so independent that He does not need us. This would imply He does not need our actions one way or another to make him a better or more pleased god. Thus how could the sins of mankind effect him in any way?
His Transcendence implies that he is unable to be changed by forces within the universe. That would imply that he couldn’t be pleased or displeased by our actions. Our actions are surely forces within the universe.
His Impassibility, usually defined as the inability for him to suffer would imply that he could not be made angry. Anger is surely a form of mental suffering.
God’s Immutability means he cannot change. Thus he could not change from a happy state to an angry state due to our actions.
These considerations make me very suspicious of all the so called heavenly messages and revelations given by the supposed heavenly visitors to the children of Fatima and to many others. Any thoughts?