The wrath of God : means God’s hatred of sin
What is Sin?
Hebrew “Hata”, for sin: missing the mark set by God, going astray from God, and actively rebelling against God moral law, with actions, attitude and nature. The Apostle Paul says in Romans 3:23: “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.”
Where did Sin came from?
“Adam” was the representative “man” he embody all of “humanity”, he acted on behalf of all mankind, with Adam fell all his progeny as well, through him all people have sinned are conceived in sin and inherited a sinful nature, and are accountable to God. Therefore sinners sin because they are “sinner by nature” a severely debilitating force permeating the core of a person ‘s being. (doctrine of original sin).
What are the effect of sin on human being?
Sin negatively affect a person’s relationship with God with alienation and disconnection. Given man sinful condition and God’s holy character man faces the just wrath of God.
However God in His infinite love provided man with a way to avoid eternal condemnation exclusively in the person of Jesu Christ (the second Adam).