About the Gethsemane Prayer

Excerpt from the Final Knowledge chapter 5:7


I told her about the Gethsemane prayer in the Bible.

You know that Jesus knew in advance about his destiny and the pain of the cross that awaited him.

Then why did Jesus say  “My soul is deeply grieved, so that I am almost dying of sorrow.”?

Why did Jesus, who even the devil would have rejected, tell his disciples of his sorrow and trouble, and tell them to “Stay here and stay awake and keep watch with Me.”?

Here’s a way of reading it, as a human being.

Even though Jesus knew his fate beforehand, when he was faced with it, he was troubled and sorrowful all over again.

Knowing that even Jesus prayed with sorrow to the point of death gives people the courage to pray in the face of harsh fate, even if they can’t read fate and have to surrender to it.

Because the image of Jesus praying to the Father, “My Father, if it is possible [that is, consistent with Your will], let this cup pass from Me” is a reflection of themselves.

You see, the problem is from here on out.

“yet” Jesus says, and then he prays.

It is, “… not as I will, but as You will.”

In this situation, where we can only pray for what is in God’s will and not our own, we know that we are a little closer to Jesus.

For there is a courage that does not yield to fate.

You see, those who seek to approach divine knowledge will always be confronted with situations in which they must pray, not with their own thoughts, but with the will of God.

That’s the situation you are in right now.

However, the scene where the disciples fall asleep is one that the way humans read it is impossible to decipher.

The disciples fall asleep. And he rebukes them, saying  “So, you men could not stay awake and keep watch with Me for one hour?”

Then he says, “Keep actively watching and praying .” He told them “Spirit is willing, but the body is weak.”

Jesus Prays Again and His Disciples Sleep Again. The Gospels of Matthew and Mark tell us that Jesus prayed and the disciples slept three times.

In the human way of reading, you can’t go any further than just accepting the description that the disciple Jesus chose were men with willing spirits  but weak bodies.

Now, here’s how to read it with divine knowledge.

But first, you’ve met Jesus himself.

You know that the reason the disciples fell asleep was also because of the hado energy of divine and human interaction.

Although you have met Jesus and even know why his disciples fell asleep, you can only read his words as an extension of your humanity.

You should know that.

You see, it is not necessary to describe that Jesus prayed three times and his disciples slept three times in order for human beings to experience his agony, despair and sorrow in their small minds.

Listen, I’m going to teach you a way that the divine knowledge reads, and I’m going to teach you the way I read it.

This Gethsemane prayer teaches humankind the essence of prayer.

But the disciples fell asleep
They will never lead to the Father of Jesus.

It also teaches you that even if you reach the same level as Jesus, you will be trapped in a field of energy as Jesus described  “almost dying of sorrow”

That’s as far as I got, and then I finished my explanation with an uncontrollable anger.
That anger could  have been Jesus’.

But I just kept  it a secret until everything was over.

I only told her the conclusion.

After saying that much, I eventually finished my explanation with uncontrollable anger.

“Don’t you understand yet?”

“The power that is within you, that torments you, that controls you, killed Jesus.”

“It is You.”