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Passion Week Devotional: The Crucifixion

Written by: Nikki Hearon
"Abba, Father," he said, "Everything is possible for you. Take this cup. Yet not what I will, but what you will." Mark 14:36
In several instances in the Bible, Jesus drew away from his disciples to pray; yet his prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane is the only time we know the words. It is the last moment of intimacy we read about from the last supper until his death. The most amazing revelation in Jesus' prayer in Gethsemane is the surety in which He asked God to "take this cup" from him. He knew God could do anything. He knew that He could call a legion of angels to rescue him at any moment; yet even as he asked, he prayed to desire God's will and not his own.  His flesh wanted to falter, but he set his will to please God because without the shedding of his blood, there could be no remission of sin (Hebrews 9:22) and we would never be reconciled. Jesus' faith in God's perfect plan destroyed the power of the flesh. His desire to please God is the faith he gave to us.
If we ask, God can remove every obstacle that would tempt our soul to falter. It is the Holy Ghost within us that remembers the faith of Jesus (even unto death!) and subjugates our flesh and gives us a taste of that perfect joy - abiding in the will of God. We despise the shame (Hebrews 12:2) knowing that our cross is not too hard to bear. We press forward so that God's will is made perfect in us, and in turn, we are to reach out to others. Jesus' death is proof that we can live in these temporal bodies and follow God's perfect will until the time He calls us home. Even though we can ask with confidence for God to "take this cup," we must remind ourselves daily that Jesus' suffering and dying on the cross equipped us to go all the way. Not our will, but His will.           
Dear God, 
Bring to my remembrance that Jesus paid the price for my sins so that I may pick up my cross and set my will to please God. In Jesus name, Amen.

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