In your reply concerning Jesus death.
It has been my understanding the Jesus was in hell from the time of his death till his resurrection Sunday morning or maybe it was Sat night (based on the Jewish understanding of when days start).
So that entire time Jesus would have been facing God's wrath. Could you explain why you would say that Jesus was only suffering for 3 hours as opposed to 3 days?
Technically, "hell" doesn't equal "hell"!
What this means, is that Jesus was in hell (the grave) from his death
until the resurrection without ANY implications of punishment...
"my god, my god, why have you forsaken me?" (noon, the cry of abandonment)and
"it is finished" (3pm, literally 'paid in full'--the satisfaction of the debt of sin)
The phrase 'it is finished' (tetelestoi) was the word used
in debtors prisons...when a person was cast into prison for a debt, the
'outstanding bill' was posted outside the cell door...when the debt had been
fully repaid, the bill was removed from the door, stamped with
'tetelestoi' on it, and handed to the ex-prisoner as proof he was
FREE--his debt had been 'paid in full'...
On the basis of these, we generally conclude that the payment for sin was
COMPLETE when Jesus said "Tetelestoi"...this would form the endpoint of
the suffering period...
hope this helps, friend...