God’s judgment of sin is not just for others. It applies to all (including us). God’s patience dealing with human short comings is not just for us but also for the ones that we think may be too far gone. The impartiality of God is a wondrous thing for both Jew and Gentile.
The LORD comforts Zion, He reminds them to trust the LORD. Though they will be faced with many trials, the LORD promises everlasting salvation for Zion and He will not abandon His people even if they abandon Him.
Some, not wanting to accept God’s Truth as given in the Holy Scriptures, will try to substitute worldly lies that deny God’s authority over His creation. This leads them into consequences that they in the end will regret.
The glory of God’s holy city New Jerusalem, it has twelve foundations and twelve gates. All the gates are made of a single pearl. All of the saints are welcomed in this wondrous city and we will never be denied entrance. The Lord will be the light source and we will be with Him forever.
God’s wrath is on the unrighteous; Paul explains that unbelief has its consequences. God’s anger is at sin, but He has provided a solution, but some “Professing to be wise, have become fools” denying what God has clearly revealed about Himself.