Matthew:26.39  Going a little farther, he fell with his face to the ground and prayed, "My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as I will, but as you will."

We celebrate Easter to commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Through out the world all Christians celebrate this day and it is the foundation of our faith.

The interesting thing here is, Jesus had wished this moment would pass him by. He wished there was another way he could take to save humanity but obviously that wasn’t the will of God, our father. He chose death by the cross because it was the perfect way.

His will was the prefect way even though it didn’t sound so good at that moment, yet see the end, so glorious.

Sometimes we pray for our difficult times to be taken away and we pray we wouldn’t have to go through pain. We begin to even doubt the very existence of God. We question the capabilities of God.

I just came to let you know that sometimes it is his will for us to go through what we go through. It is his will that we die so he will bring us back to life. Anything happening in his will ends victoriously.

Just as the death of Christ brings victory so does his will for us ends in victory. Let’s learn to pray more for God’s will. Living in his will is the best life we can live.

Ephesians:5.17  Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is.

2 thoughts on “BUT AS YOU WILL

  1. Good write up, many Christians want so many things at a time , but the will of God is at a pace where He takes his time to make good things happen.

    As Christians we need to listen to the voice from above before we do anything. Let God lead

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