The metaphor breaks down with the word "angry". A metaphoric story in Christian tradition is Hosea, who marries a whore; that is, us. Never is there anger on Hosea's part. Historical Christianity identifies seven particularly ugly actions-- "seven deadly sins", of which malice/anger is one. An all-holy, God/Love/Yah by nature cannot/will have anger. Possibly in the Presence of pure love our being loved, our experiencing love when we are such a violent species feels like anger to us; i.e.
being violent, malicious, dangerous, we are incapable of receiving all
consuming, all perfect love and can only label
it as anger. Anger is from us, not God....