Lk. 22:42 “Not My Will”
As Jesus looked ahead to the horrible suffering ahead of Him, He prayed to his Father in Lk. 22:42, “nevertheless, not My will, but Yours be done.” He knew he would be betrayed, tried by the Jewish leaders, scourged by the Roman soldiers, carry His cross to Golgotha, and be crucified. And yet His desire was God’s will. He trusted His Father. Do we have the same perspective?