In the beginning, mankind dwelled in the Garden of Eden and lived in the fullness of life. Unfortunately, they were tempted by the prospect of gaining the “knowledge of good and evil” and wanted to “be like God.” After consuming the forbidden fruit, mankind fell into sin and was exiled from Eden. Centuries later in another garden, the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus was consumed with grief as He anticipated His imminent crucifixion. Before Jesus was arrested at Gethsemane, He emphatically prayed for God’s will to be done despite His trepidation at bearing the sins of the world on the Cross, “not as I will, but as you will”. Jesus’ prayer in Gethsemane awakened us to the knowledge of God’s will and His saving grace that restores mankind to the fullness of life, just as it was in the beginning.