Matthew 26:39b “O my father, if it be possible, Let this cup pass from me: nevertheless, not as I will, but as thou wilt.” (KJV)
Picture this scene. Darkness had settled over the city, the streets were empty. There in the Garden, Jesus and the disciple went. We are told that Jesus knowing what he faced was sorrowful and not just heavy, but very heavy. There in the garden as he was about to face death for you and for me, he prayed. What a prayer? Essentially he was saying not my will, but thine be done. We sometimes ask-was there not another way Lord? This week as we consider Easter, remember what Jesus did for us on the cross. The man of sorrows has become the king of Kings, and the Lord of Lords.
PS: 1.Please continue to pray for the Clarke/Ricketts/Washington family.
2. Please continue to pray for the Allwood family
3. Please pray for the Forteau family.
4. Please continue to pray for Jean Fearon of Life Tabernacle Church.
5. Please continue to pray for my niece Camile Brown.