Humans tend to anthropmorphise God, so they assume “he” is wrathful, punitive and vindictive towards the wicked.
Instead, “he” wants us to channel our rage by therapeutic means, such as painting on a canvas, writing poetry, using a boxing bag, running, playing an instrument or by talking it out with someone else as a sounding board. So, as we become less infuriated people, we are more empathic towards ourselves and others.
Moreover, God is the perfect judge, guide and supreme entity from someplace else. “He” isn’t peeved at you or anyone else for that matter, nor does “he” condemn you one iota.