Speaking about “the Wrath of God” is one of those uncomfortable subjects that few people like to do. The problem is that the more you read your Bible the more you see the theme coming up, particularly in the Old Testament. As we continue our series in Lamentations we find ourselves, in chapter 2, staring into the face of God’s wrath. How should we understand it? How do we make sense of the devastation of Jerusalem at God’s hand? Is the wrath of God an inconvenient doctrine that Christians ought to throw out, or could it potentially help us to make sense of evil and suffering in our world?