For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth.
Romans 1:18 (ESV)
The Bible, especially the Old Testament, gives us many examples of the expression of God's wrath. He expressed His anger against His people, against individuals and against other nations. Whatever the sin, it always refers to these two things: ungodliness and unrighteousness. Whether it was David, Saul, or many others, their behavior always reflected these two sins that were displeasing to God.
Note that the passage is specifically addressed to those against whom the wrath of God is revealed. It is not against sinners who have not yet accepted Christ, but against those who practice ungodliness and unrighteousness. By refusing to properly teach and preach the truth of the word, these men are deceiving the people of God. They have no respect for God and therefore choose to disobey him.
In this light, I would like to remind you that by trying to twist the word of God to make it say what you want, whether it is to defend yourself or to encourage others, you find yourself in contradiction with the heart of God. If you don't understand a verse or chapter, ask the Holy Spirit to reveal the message to you. If you want more clarity, talk to an experienced leader or your pastor. You will have a better understand of what is being said in order to teach better.