Your details are slightly sparse but are a possible match for "Hell is the absence of God" by Ted Chiang. It is a novella length story compiled in the collection "Stories of your life and others".
The story features manifestations by angels and the effects these manifestations have. This is an extract from the plot summary posted on Wikipedia.
The novelette is set in a world where the existence of God, souls, Heaven, and Hell are obvious and indisputable, and where miracles and angelic visitations are commonplace—albeit not necessarily benevolent. The story focuses primarily on Neil Fisk, a widower whose wife, Sarah, is killed by the collateral damage of an angel's visitation. Sarah's soul was seen ascending to Heaven, leading the non-devout Neil to desperately find the love and devotion needed to please God and enter Heaven to reunite with Sarah.
The entry also quotes the author commenting on the story.
Commenting on "Hell Is the Absence of God" in the "Story Notes"
section of Stories of Your Life and Others, Chiang said that after
seeing the film The Prophecy, he wanted to write a story about angels,
but could not think of a scenario that would work. It was only when he
started imagining angels as being "phenomena of terrifying power,
whose visitations resembled natural disasters" that he was able to
This seems to match your notion of biblical angels and destructive events.