I'm going to tell you why this question is so "stupid" just like many of your other "stupid" questions. Your "ASSUMING" that Jesus Christ was forsaken. The bottom line is the fact that He was not forsaken on that cross.So.......... are YOU able to answer this question either either YES or NO...
Did one Person with divine nature forsake another Person with divine nature?
I believe the pronoun “me” in Matthew 27:46 refers to “the man Christ Jesus” mentioned in 1 Timothy 2:5.
Do you agree?
1 Timothy 2:5... For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;
All you have to do is read Psalm 22 where King David was being hunted down by Saul and Saul was jealous of David's success. Going through the verses David says, "Many bulls have surrounded me." vs12. He says at vs10, "Thou has been my God from my mother's womb." Vs15, "My strength is dried up." Vs16, "Dogs have surrounded me."
Vs17, "I can count my bones." Vs19, "But Thou O Lord be not far off; O Thou my help hasten to my assistance." Vs20, "Deliver me from the sword." At vs22, David begins to praise the Lord." Also at vs25 David continues to praise the Lord." Why?
Because David "felt" like the Lord had forsaken him but God did not. In like manner Jesus Christ "felt" forsaken but He was not. John 16:32, "Behold, an hour is coming and has already come for you to be scattered, each to his own house, AND TO LEAVE ME ALONE; AND YET I AM NOT ALONE BECAUSE THE FATHER IS WITH ME." 2 Corinthians 5:19, "namely that GOD WAS IN CHRIST RECONCILLING THE WORLD TO HIMSELF."
There is not a Christian alive that has not thought at some point or in some situation felt the Lord had forsaken them where he felt alone. For me personally I experienced this many times when I was in Viet Nam is January of 1968 during the Tet offensive. It was horrible and all you could do was pray for deliverance. Well, my prayers were answered and the Lord did say, "I will never leave you nor forsake you."
As a side note? Do you know how I know the Lord answers prayers? It's when "reality" proves God right.
IN GOD THE SON,