Thy Will Be Done

Have you ever faced a difficult decision or found yourself in a situation where you didn’t know what the best course of action was? In Luke 22:42, Jesus provides us with a powerful example of surrendering our will to God’s when He said,

“Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done.”

These words of Jesus teach us about the importance of submitting ourselves to God’s plan and purpose, even in the midst of our own desires and struggles.

Surrendering our will to God requires humility and trust. It means acknowledging that God’s wisdom surpasses our own and that He knows what is ultimately best for us.

Just as Jesus willingly submitted Himself to the Father’s will, we too are called to align our desires with God’s and trust Him to guide our paths.

So, when faced with difficult decisions or uncertain circumstances, follow the example of Jesus and pray, “Not my will, but Yours be done.”