"And he went a little farther, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt." Matthew 26:39
Not only do we see Jesus submitting to the will of the Father, but we see through His submission what the will of the Father is. From the moment that Jesus arose from this prayer until His resurrection everything that He endured, everything He encountered, everything He went through, everything that was accomplished was the will of the Father at work.
What was the Father's will? The will of God was two-fold. First, His will was that none should perish, that all should have eternal life, that we be saved, that we be healed, redeemed and reconciled back to the Father. Second, His will was that Jesus would have to drink a cup in order for that to happen- a cup of rejection, sorrow, pain, beating and crucifixion. When He submitted to the will of God, He submitted to both. The will of God was one of joy and suffering. "...who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame..." (Hebrews 12:2)
The things that Jesus suffered were all part of the will of the Father. The things that were accomplished through what He went through was also the will of the Father. It was the will of the Father that Jesus was pierced and hung on a cross to die, because it was the will of God that we have everlasting life- the cross provided the way. It was the will of the Father that Jesus be beaten with stripes because it was the will of the Father that we be healed-- "by His stripes we are healed". (Isaiah 53:5)
The will of God- your salvation and healing carried a high price. Jesus paid that price at the cross. Are you enjoying what He paid for? Have you received the gift of eternal life? Have you received healing in your body? It was all accomplished and provided when Jesus submitted to the will of the Father to do what it took so that you could have it.
Have a great day. God's will is that you be saved and healed and Jesus submitted to His will of suffering so that you can enjoy both.
For further reading:
1 Peter 2:24
2 Peter 3:9
1 Corinthians 6:20; 7:23