As He knelt, alone, as His disciples slept, as His sweat became like great drops of blood falling down to the ground, as the full realization of what He was about to face was upon Him, He asked if that cup could pass from Him, but then Jesus followed His plea with the most powerful response, “Not my will, but Thine be done!” How often do you end your prayers that way? Do you pray to get your will or to seek His? SW FL, Capri on up the coast is hurting. Storms in life do that, cause hurt. Jesus knows hurts, He can help the hurting. In His humanity, He experienced our temptations, our losses, our hurts. For Capri Christian and all the churches and believers in SW FL, there has never been a more opportune time to show His love than in Ian’s wake, and we are! Individuals, churches (from as far as MI), restaurants, and organizations from all over are donating supplies, food, meals, love, and we will continue to do so for as long as the need calls. What is His call for you in this? Pray about it, do what you can, not what you can’t, but be a part of showing His love to this hurting community. As He did for us, let us pray in all things, Thy will, not mine be done.