Christ, the second Adam, is the righter of what Adam wronged. Adam brought the curse. In Christ who was cursed for us (Gal 3:13) we have release from the curse (Rev 22:3). Because of becoming sin for us and being cursed for us, Jesus accepts personal demotion from equality with God (I Cor 15:28, Php 2:6). To me, the permanent effects of Christ’s humiliation make me more sad than the temporary effects of the cross. He has to bear the consequences of our iniquity through eternity. That is a really raw deal. Not that having a name that is above every name for eternity (Eph 1:21) is bad, mind you, but it is really crummy that Christ has to accept a position inferior to equality with God for eternity. I really hate it that He had to do that. I love Him for it, but I hate it that saving me cost Him so much.