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The King’s Cross (Part 13) – “The Cup” (Mark 14:32-36)

March 24, 2024   /   Pastor Drew Brown   /   Crossroads Community Church

Mark 14:32-36

“troubled” – “to be ;” overwhelmed with

Jesus in the Garden, and it the usually unshockable Son of God.

The anguish and pain of the cross was not what concerned his soul. It was knowing that he would be abandoned by and separated from his Father.

While we may not fully understand what ; he understands .

Hebrews 4:15; 5:7-10

In the OT, “the cup” is a metaphor for .

Ezekiel 23:32-34; Isaiah 51:22

Jesus began to experience the spiritual, cosmic, infinite disintegration that would happen when .

Matthew 27:46

The more deeply you the you can get.

Your concept of God’s will only be as big as your understanding of his .

In the midst of all the agony, fear, and dread, Jesus conquers the temptation to .

He is but .

 

Carson: In the first garden “Not your will but mine” changed Paradise to desert and brought man from Eden to Gethsemane. Now “Not my will but yours” brings anguish to the man who prays it but transforms the desert into the kingdom and brings man from Gethsemane to the gates of glory.

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