This post is brief look at some potential poetic nuances that I enjoyed while reading Luke 22. Read this post and then DEFINITELY check out the next blog post about the geographical fault line at Mount of Olives!
Christ Jesus’ example never ceases to amaze me. Today, we’ll continue our exploration of Luke 22—the night when the Messiah was betrayed and handed over to be killed. We find that even leading up to his death and resurrection, Christ is the highest standard of compassion.
Jesus obediently submitted to The Father, bent over, in tears and with revived resolution when he prayed the most POWERFUL prayer— “Not my will, but Yours be done,” the night he was conspired against and betrayed. But isn’t this prayer the antithesis of our human, fleshly, default setting?