Jesus prays to the Father His will be done.
Jesus had a custom to pray on the Mount of Olives. The hill directly opposite the temple, across the Kidron Valley to the east. Jesus would have had the best panoramic view of Jerusalem. At the base of this mountain is Gethsemane. It is here that Jesus, just a stone's throw away from the disciples, knelt down on his knees and prayed for the cup that he would soon drink for you and I to be removed. This cup was the divine wrath of God.
Now, just a stone's throw away, Jesus knelt down and prayed, saying, "Father, if you are willing remove this cup from me. "Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done. (Luke 22:41-42) This does not imply conflict between the will of the Father and the will of the Son. He willingly took it, because it was the will of the Father. Jesus, by his prayer, consciously, deliberately, and voluntarily subjugated all of his human desires to the Father's perfect will.
This cup of divine wrath was for you and I. Meditate on what that means. Jesus took what should have been God's wrath upon us upon himself. He, being God, took upon himself the full payment for our sin.