3 Therefore, the Lord says:
“I am planning disaster against this people,
from which you cannot save yourselves.
You will no longer walk proudly,
for it will be a time of calamity.
4 In that day men will ridicule you;
they will taunt you with this mournful song:
‘We are utterly ruined;
my people’s possession is divided up.
He takes it from me!
He assigns our fields to traitors.’”
5 Therefore you will have no one in the assembly of the Lord
to divide the land by lot.
Sometimes, passages have very little to do with the modern-day believer or the Church as a whole. That sounds a bit dispensationalist, where they divvy up passages and place them in various buckets, but this seem to go squarely in a Primarily For Israel bucket. Trying to make this fit into the modern day seems tough.
God does have a wrathful side that we are well-served not to see. That is very true, but I am at a loss for a good hermeneutic on this one.