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As believers, we must always try to do the Father’s Will. We cannot do anything on our own because the flesh is weak. Everything we do should be for the glory of the Lord. Many of us tend to react on our own impulse, but the Father’s Will is full of love, peace, joy and forgiveness. Most importantly, it is the Father’s Will that we do not retaliate against one another. In John 18:11, we find these words:

“But Jesus said to Peter, “Put your sword back into its sheath. Shall I not drink from the cup of suffering the Father has given me?

Intent on arresting Jesus, the Roman soldiers and others went with Judas to the olive garden where Jesus and the other disciples were. Jesus was fully aware of what was going to happen and He stepped forward. However, Simon Peter drew his sword and cut off the ear of one of the high priest’s slaves (v 10). Simon Peter acted impulsively, thinking he was doing the right thing, but the Master told him to put away his sword. When you get a chance, read this entire chapter. Don’t allow your thoughts to get in the way of the Lord’s thoughts. Always try to do the Father’s Will.