34 “Then the Lord heard the sound of your words, and He was angry and took an oath, saying, 35 ‘Not one of these men, this evil generation, shall see the good land which I swore to give your fathers, 36 except Caleb the son of Jephunneh; he shall see it, and to him and to his sons I will give the land on which he has set foot, because he has followed the Lord fully.’ 37 The Lord was angry with me also on your account, saying, ‘Not even you shall enter there. 38 Joshua the son of Nun, who stands before you, he shall enter there; encourage him, for he will cause Israel to inherit it. 39 Moreover, your little ones who you said would become a prey, and your sons, who this day have no knowledge of good or evil, shall enter there, and I will give it to them and they shall possess it. 40 But as for you, turn around and set out for the wilderness by the way to the [c]Red Sea.’
11 ‘None of the men who came up from Egypt, from twenty years old and upward, shall see the land which I swore to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob; for they did not follow Me fully, 12 except Caleb the son of Jephunneh the Kenizzite and Joshua the son of Nun, for they have followed the Lord fully.’ 13 So the Lord’s anger burned against Israel, and He made them wander in the wilderness forty years, until the entire generation of those who had done evil in the sight of the Lord was destroyed.
7 For He is our God, And we are the people of His [a]pasture and the sheep of His hand. Today, [b]if you would hear His voice, ... 9 “When your fathers tested Me, They tried Me, though they had seen My work. ... 11 “Therefore I swore in My anger, Truly they shall not enter into My rest.”
Deuteronomy 1:30-46 and Numbers 32:11-13 seemed to suggest that The Lord was angry at the particular Israelite generation's grumbling, disobedience, and rebelliousness, and therefore, would not allow them to enter the actual physical promised land for Israel. However, Deuteronomy 1:30-46 and Numbers 32:11-13 does not seem to suggest that the aforementioned Israelite generation's lost their salvation.
However, Psalm 95:7-11 mentions that "shall not enter into My rest.” which seems to suggest that the aforementioned Israelite generation's also lost their salvation.
Therefore, based on all the above Bible scripture verses, could we conclude that said Israelite generation lost their salvation and therefore was condemned to eternal damnation?