What do you think most closely expresses what these words mean: “Till on that cross as Jesus died, The wrath of God was satisfied”?
a) God (The Father) was angry at us in our sinfulness. And that God took out this rage on Christ instead of on us. And that this now enables God (The Father) to love us.
b) In Christ's death all God's attributes are fulfilled including God's wrath against sin.
c) Neither a) nor b) is closer to what the words in the song mean. [You are invited to put what you think is the plain meaning of the words in a comment]
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