You have wearied the Lord with your words. But you say, "How have we wearied him?" By saying, "Everyone who does evil is good in the sight of the Lord, and he delights in them." Or by asking "Where is the God of justice?"
Passages like this remind me that there is no new sin under the sun. This was written about 2500 years ago, but it feels like it could have been written yesterday.
Malachi writes that the Lord is wearied by people saying things like,"Everyone who does evil is good in the sight of the Lord, and he delights in them." Doesn't this sound familiar? Our society has come to tolerate, even embrace, every form of sin. And many so called pastors have follow society into this sin (and maybe they have even led us into it) by claiming that God delights in so many who live in open rebellion to Him.
The second statement rings true as well. It is not common these days to hear people say "Where was God when ___?" Fill in the blank with "my dad was killed in a car accident", "the 9/11 attacks happened" or some other horrible tragedy. People don't think that God is real (or if he is, that he is not just) because he allows bad things to happen, seemingly unpunished. However, the Bible makes it clear that God is sovereign over all things, good AND bad, and that all evil will judged one day (though not always in our timing).
Be careful not to follow our society in making these kind of statements about God. Words like these weary the Lord, and "It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God" (Heb. 10:31).