When you leave school in the afternoon you usually start for home, don't you? And when supper time comes, or bed time, you do not make a mistake and go to the house of some neighbor, thinking that it is yours! Just so believers and unbelievers have homes, and when life here is finished they will go to their own homes. But those homes are very different. One of them really isn't a home at all, for home is a lovely and loving place, and this place is everything that is not lovely and loving. But it is the place where some people must go, for it is where they belong. 

That leads to the last lesson we need to draw from this passage, namely, the weakness of our flesh. Did Jesus need to pray? He obviously did, and he was the sinless Son of God. He was the Rock of Ages, an unshakable pillar of strength compared to those around him. But if he needed to pray, how much more do we who are weak and sinful and...