Fury: 1. unrestrained or violent anger, rage, passion or the like. 2. violence; vehemence; fierceness. 3. a fierce and violent person, esp. a woman: She became a fury when she felt she was unjustly accused.
Indignation: strong displeasure about something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base; righteous anger.
Calamity: 1. a great misfortune or disaster, as a flood or serious injury. 2. grievous affliction; adversity; misery.
There is a saying, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”. It is a quote attributed by many to William Shakespeare, but actually comes from a play called “The Mourning Bride” (1697) by William Congreve. The complete quote is “Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned / Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.”
It is interesting that so many get the quote and its author wrong - it seems to parallel how many also misunderstand and misjudge our Creator for She has every reason to be angry, as She too has been scorned by Her own Creation; those of Mankind and Her own children, who breathe Her air, live on Her earth, eat Her food and reject Her nourishment.
We are taught that every word in the Word has meaning and as I look deeper into the words chosen for the above scripture sited, Psalm 78:49, revealed is a deeper understanding as to the reason for Yahweh’s anger:
First, Fury: She has been unjustly accused by Her adversary Satan the devil but also She has been abandoned, mocked and disobeyed by unfaithful Mankind.
And therefore Indignation: Because the accusation was unjust and offensive and insulting, Her anger is righteous.
And finally Calamity: It was a grievous affliction that She endured and continues to endure and a grievous affliction that will be poured out from Her cup of wrath upon unfaithful Mankind at Armageddon because...
Psalm 78:10 They did not keep God’s covenant and refused to live by His law. They forgot what He had done, the wonderful works He had shown them.