In the Old Testament, God would often bring wrath and judgement on an entire nation because of the sins of the people within that nation. In Psalm 79:6 Asaph pleaded with God to bring judgement on the kingdoms that refused to acknowledge God’s authority, Pour out your wrath on the nations that do not acknowledge you, on the kingdoms that do not call on your name. It is interesting to see that Asaph was ultimately praying for the foreign nation’s submission to God and not for necessarily for conquest. May we be as obedient in our prayers for those who do not believe the same as us. May we pray for their relationship with God and may God use those around us, including our enemies, to bring us and them to a righteous knowledge and relationship with God.
God is able to forgive a multitude of sins. There is no sin or amount of sinning that God cannot forgive. In Psalm 65:3 David recognized this, When we were overwhelmed by sins, you forgave our transgressions. Forgiveness of sins is available to all. We were redeemed by the blood of Christ. We simply have to believe and accept the love of God through Jesus Christ His son.