Many believe strength is only in courage and bravery. Through out history those considered brave have fought battles and gave their lives for a cause bigger than themselves. History is overloaded with people of bravery and honor. What about those persons who would surrender? What about Jesus in the garden. He was under so much stress that he sweat drops of blood from His forehead. I saw this once happen. It was with my first wife. She during childbirth popped the blood vessel's in her forehead pushing out my oldest son. I found it interesting under the intensity of child birth that this could happen. I portray this to Jesus not under going in tense pressure of child birth but rather in tense pressure of what He would about to endure. He would be in such agony over what would take place that He would burst the blood vessels in His forehead under the intense pressure. He did not want to die in the manner which He knew He would in Matthew 26 we read of it. Jesus asked His Father if there was any other way let it be so. The strength is found in His surrender to His Father's will when He said "never the less your will be done". I can't imagine the strength it took for Him to surrender to death. Yet He did it for a cause as there was no other way for salvation to take place.
I ask you to remember this when you find yourself in a place, where you can surrender not because your wrong but even when your right to honor God.