In this study, the effects of the generalized uncertainty principle on the theory of gravity are analyzed. Inspired by Verlinde's entropic gravity approach and using the modified Unruh temperature, the generalized Einstein field equations with cosmological constant are obtained and corresponding conservation law is investigated. The resulting conservation law of energy-momentum tensor dictates that the generalized Einstein field equations are valid in a very limited range of accelerations. Moreover, the modified Newton's law of gravity and the modified Poisson equation are derived. In a certain limit, these modified equations reduce to their standard forms.