R.C. Sproul | – When the wrath of God was poured out for our sins, was the Son of God separated from the Trinity?

When Jesus experienced God’s wrath on the cross, He cried out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” (Matt. 27:46). From Ligonier’s 2016 National Conference, Michael Reeves helps us understand what Jesus meant.

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  1. Yes, at the moment of the sin's of the world being laid upon him, just prior the Father lifted up out of him which is why he noticed, just as he did with the women with a blood issue who touched the hem of his garment, he was able to tell that the Father had removed himself and then did he say " Father why have you forsaken me", soon after he gave up the spirit, when he breathed his last breath.

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  3. Jesus yielded to the Holy Spirit on the Cross. There could never have been a separation of the GodHead. Jesus said: “ I and the Father are One. Always have been always will be. Jesus didn’t die a spiritual death either only a physical death.