Your Will Be Done (Luke 14:25-33; LD 49) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

Many of us can easily recite the Lord’s prayer, but many times we fail to pause to consider what we are requesting. When we make the request, “your will be done.” Do we really think of this in terms of the cross? Christ states in Luke 14 that anyone who follows Him must bear his own cross. Does this mean that we too must be crucified? Does this mean that the crucifixion of Christ was only enough to begin what we have to finish it in our own crucifixion? Why would Christ say such a thing as people are following Him to Jerusalem? If you are interested in these questions please stay tuned as we hear, “Your Will Be Done.”