He was a man like you and me, or rather he was a man, but not like you, because he was ‘The God Man’. If he suffered, it was almost as if He only seemed to suffer, because he could not stop suffering when he wished (which you cannot do!) and because even in his suffering he had the beatific vision. God can cheat like that and get away with it. But you can’t get away with anything. On the contrary: this suffering has become your condemnation to suffer without reprieve. All his life long, then, he was looking around at the men he has come to save, knowing he was not like them. Death could not hold him. He did not really have to pray. He just pretended. And by pretending, he set a trap for man. He made all suffering final and inexorable.