No. Actually, since you used the term, “wrath of God”, you’ve somehow absorbed Protestant doctrine without realizing it.
and I don’t know why i can’t find an answer so i am probably asking some thing you have answered many times and I am truly sorry!
What does it mean that Jesus died for our sins exactly?
You’ve heard of a Last Will and Testament, right? In human terms, a man writes a “will” and specifies what he wants to happen after he dies. The will remains inactive until the day of his death. Then when he dies, someone pulls out the will and does what the man specified.
In Hebrews 9:15-17, God reveals that somehow, the Old Covenant, was His will. And in order to bring about the promises which He had made to the Hebrews, He took on a human body and died upon the Cross. His death activated the graces which released the souls of the righteous from Limbo.
At the same time, His Crucifixion established a new will and testament for us.
Matthew 26:28 for this is my blood of the covenant, which will be shed on behalf of many for the forgiveness of sins.
I understand the arguments for temporal punishment…pretty much but doesn’t Isaiah in the suffering servant chapter declare He took on our punishment? The wrath of God?
This is the Protestant understanding. The key, in Isaiah, is this:
Isaiah 53:We thought of him as stricken,
struck down by God and afflicted,
In other words, to the human way of seeing, Jesus seemed stricken by God. But that isn’t so. Jesus, Himself said,
John 10:17 This is why the Father loves me, because I lay down my life in order to take it up again.
Far from pouring His wrath upon Jesus, the Father poured out His love upon His Son:
Matthew 3:17 And a voice came from the heavens, saying, “This is my beloved Son,[a] with whom I am well pleased.”
So if He took on our punishment why are we still punished? Wasn’t that the whole point of His coming and dying?
No. But one of the aspects of His Death, the Protestants have not accepted at all:
1 Peter 2:21 For to this you have been called, because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example that you should follow in his footsteps.
They think He suffered so they don’t have to. But it is the opposite. Only those who suffer will share in His glory:
Romans 8:17 and if children, then heirs, heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ, if only we suffer with him so that we may also be glorified with him.