You should really think twice before praying the Lord's Prayer. In it, we are taught to pray, "Thy will be done." Please don't pray this prayer flippantly. Consider the words that you are speaking to God. They are dangerous. Why? Because God just might answer your prayer. When you pray, “Thy will be done”, he just might respond. And his response may not be what we would have chosen. His answer may cause discomfort, pain, and disappointment.
"Thy will be done." Jesus prayed this prayer and it got him killed. He was in his quiet corner in a garden, in the dark. His friends had fallen asleep and he was all alone. This prayer was so serious that it made him sweat blood. “If it is your will, take this cup from me. But not my will, but your will be done.” And God answered his prayer. Jesus was arrested, betrayed, bound, and beaten. They had their way with him and God's will was done. Praying the Lord’s Prayer is dangerous.
God's will is typically unconventional. His ways are strange and unexpected to us. In the cross, God's will is done. In this execution, God's will prevailed - in blood and a sacrificial death. We should find this rather backwards, and it is. That's why it's God's will and not ours. As we walk through Holy Week, we are led to this dangerous prayer, "thy will be done," and the God who answers it in the most unexpected way.