The Joy Set Before Him.

A @Christadelphians Video: Summary Jesus, facing the immense challenge of his crucifixion, found the courage to submit to God’s will by envisioning the future glory that awaited him. He prayed earnestly, knowing the suffering he would endure, but also knowing the joy and reward that would follow.


Key Insights

Jesus’ vision of future glory enabled him to endure the suffering and make the right decision to submit to God’s will.

Jesus’ intense prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane demonstrated his struggle with his innermost thoughts and emotions.

The “cup” Jesus referred to symbolized the period of suffering he knew he would have to endure.

Jesus’ transformation from agony to composure after prayer showed his resolve to obey God and go through with his mission.

Jesus’ understanding of the Old Testament scriptures gave him the knowledge of the joy and rewards that awaited him, including resurrection, ascension, and kingship.

The joy and glory that Jesus envisioned inspired him to endure the pain, shame, and suffering of the cross.

We should follow Jesus’ example and look to him in times of challenge, focusing on the promises and blessings that lie ahead.

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