As I think about Bobby Brown having to stand before his daughter and make the decision to ‘let her go’… the visual of Jesus praying on the Mount of Olives comes to me. He knows that he is soon going to be crucified. Death is coming. And He goes before God in prayer, asking for his Lord to remove the suffering, “if thou be willing, remove this cup from me.”
But Jesus knows that he must move forward in this assignment because it is for the pardoning of our sins.
Even thou…gh he would like it to be taken away, he remains obedient to the plans of his Father…his God. “Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done.” (Luke 22:42)
I’m praying that this scripture will be planted in Bobby’s thoughts, in his spirit, in his mind, and in his heart…that even if God does not take this cup from him (losing his daughter) that He will trust God saying, not my will but yours be done. I cry for this family today, because this is not an easy task, but I trust God and I find comfort in that.
Keep praying for this family ya’ll.