The wages of sin is death, certainly, but in 1 John 5: 17, John says “All wrongdoing is sin, but there is sin which is [i:1cgjqrxa]not deadly[/i:1cgjqrxa]”
In revelation we are told nothing unclean will enter Heaven. So I ask you, Siberian: What happens to those who have undeadly sin on their souls who die? Do they go to Hell even though the sin is not deadly? They certainly can’t go to Heaven because nothing unclean shall enter it.
So I ask you where they go.
Also, read 1 Corinthians 3: 15. I think you will find it enlightening.
Either way, my point about Daniel having to pay for his sin even though he had been forgiven is this: Even once God forgave his sins, he [i:1cgjqrxa]still had to suffer for them[/i:1cgjqrxa]. Even if our sins are forgiven, we may still have temporal punishment left to pay.