This morning I was sent my daily e-mail from Meridian Magazine, a site I highly recommend, it has great LDS contributors that write articles on many different topics both religious & not. This particle article was titled, The Irony of Gesthmane, the Cross & the Garden Tomb. I can be an emotional person but often when I read of the Savior's journey into the city & then into crucifixion, I feel great sorrow, but do not shed tears. I do not shed tears because I know he knew his role & his strength in overcoming brought to mind a child running in a race & you stand on the sidelines saying, "Go! You can do it! I believe in You!" He knew he had the Father with Him & that He was fulfilling the prophecies spoken of for many years. He chose this role. Where I do shed tears is when he appears to Mary & she not realizing at first who He is. The moment He speaks her name, "Mary," she knows. This is where the tears flow freely.
Here is the part of the article that really touched me: