Not My Will, but Thine (11-12-23)
After the Passover meal, Jesus and His disciples went to the Garden of Gethsemane. As the Lord went to pray, He asked His disciples to watch and pray. In His prayer to the Father, He acknowledged the Father's ability to do everything and asked that He might be allowed to avoid the suffering He was about to face for the sin of the world. But, as He agreed that His purpose in coming to the world was to atone for the sins of every person, He answered His request with "Not what I will, but what You will."