Thanks...and I will always give you credit for your wisdom.Rotfl... it's your desperation showing with your appeal to a Jewish concept. I'll give you credit for the try
Being God He could have called legions of angels, and stopped the deal...but there was Death to defeat, and life to restore, and relationship to seal forever. The promise had been made to Abraham when He walked between the carcasses...He could not back off. He became a curse that you should inherit the fullness according to the promise, and by this act, the wall that separated us was broken and the blessings of Abraham extended to the generations of Adam. This is how suzerainty treaties work.Being a god, he would have known, could have refused, and requested water. Sour wine was the common drink of Roman soldiers.
It's clear that there's some desperation here. Not to worry. Drink is "pino". He took it in the face. It does not say he drank. And the Romans didn't give a whoop. They did this for a living, and, according to what I've read, when they cared, they gave the drink in advance to dull the pain. He never drank from this cup, because he was taking the cup of the wrath of God that He received in the garden.Roman soldiers would be naive of what was occurring and of Jewish law. He broke his vow. This a very desperate cry on your part.