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Jesus in the Garden
Jesus responds to his situation in light of the call.
Jesus’ Despressed Heart
Mark 14:32-
Mark 14:32
Jesus has gone to the garden after the table, after setting up for his disciples exactly what was to happen, that his body would be crushed, and his blood shed to fulfill the payment of this new covenant.
he is now preparing himself, but doing what Jesus so often did, getting away from the crowds, and being along with his God.
Jesus also asks for the cup to be taken from Him. this doesn’t indicate that he was unwilling, or that he was backing out of what he was sent to do, but that he was more and more sorrowful about what was to come, both the physical and the spiritual realities of the punishment he was going to endure for you, and for me.
Jesus has gone to the garden after the table, after setting up for his disciples exactly what was to happen, that his body would be crushed, and his blood shed to fulfill the payment of this new covenant.
Jesus’ Submissive Heart
Mark 14:36-
The Lord Jesus wasn’t unwilling to go through this, but He also didn’t want to have to.
There is both a humanity and approachability to Jesus in these statements.
For those who argue that Jesus was not fully human, you only have to look to this statement of desire - the desire not to have to be punished, the desire not to be beaten, flogged and massacred.
As the Lord is readied for his “hour” - his betrayal and the fulfillment of his mission - He struggles with the reality of what is about to take place.
He knew.
He was in pain.
He was distressed.
He was humanly speaking - completely alone.
Jesus’ Willing Heart
Jesus was prepared, his hour had come, the reason for why he came, to testify to truth, and to be made atonement for many.. it was here, in the hands of men, under the power of God.
Mark 14:
At this statement, “the time has come” we see the dead set readiness, willingness, and focus of the Lord.
He was going to go - they weren’t going to force him.
He wouldn’t be stopped, he had resolved to accomplish the will of his Father.
Jesus also condemns their cowardice to come to get him in the dark, to arrest him without cause but without sight - but the resolve of verse 49-50
Scripture was about to be fulfilled, The Promise of the Messiah crushing the head of the serpent , all the way back in
Is Now being fullfilled by the willing hero, light a lamb led to slaughter, did not fight, did not resist, and was not forced, but went willingly to make a way for us - the unwilling, the proud, and the lost, to be brought home.
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