Letters From God

Dove

Julie Andrews

 

Gethsemane and the Cup of Wrath

 I chose to accept the Father's cup of wrath. Remember I sweated the blood of total agony underlying that choice. Even for Me there was a choice. I was not forced or coerced to choose the Father's cup. It was my hour of anguish and despair. The full realisation of what the enemy would do . The "download" of revelation of his devastation that would be visited on Me. And it staggered Me with fullness of the revelation was received. That is why I prayed that "if possible, Father, remove this cup (of wrath) from Me"

But, of course, it was not possible. To achieve and fulfill My purpose I Had to drink and fully receive this Cup.      So I chose to do it   "nevertheless not my will but Thine be done and by that choice all the subsequent events unfolded and reverberated throughout time, to your time now and beyond to the end of the ages. 

There is nothing that was done that was not achieved by that decision. The rest of the events where just a result of that time of decision in the Gethsemane Garden (a garden like Eden).

I was surrounded by My natural world I had created, by the essence of the original creation, and by My three chosen disciples, who couldn't actually share in My agony with Me. (They wanted to but couldn't) That was how is was and must be. Mankind needed to know that even with the very best of intensions (as they had) they were not capable of sharing in or helping with Me at that time, because of who and what they (mankind) had become.

Corrupted by the fall, their choice in the garden of Eden. It was their choice that had lead to the Gethsemane Garden moment for Me and they couldn't share it. There was no condemnation from Me or My Father or the Holy Spirit. WE understood the why but Mankind needed to "see" that it wasn't possible for them to rescue themselves, to redeem themselves.

Yet even now they think they can. They are deceived into imagining that by their own efforts they can regain entry back into the garden of Eden.

But They can not without Me

 

 

John 22:41-44 41 And he was withdrawn from them about a stone's cast, and kneeled down, and prayed, Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done. And there appeared an angel unto him from heaven, strengthening him. And being in an agony he prayed more earnestly: and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground