Let us not forget that the devotion of the Son could never have been but for the devotion of the Father, who never seeks his own glory one atom more than does the Son; who is devoted to the Son, and to all his sons and daughters, with a devotion perfect and eternal, with fathomless unselfishness. The whole being and doing of Jesus on earth is a being like God, a doing of the will of God; a shining out of that life that men might see it, an unveiling of the Father in the Son, that men may know him. It is the prayer of the Son to the rest of the sons to come back to the Father. He seems to me to say, “I know your father, for he is my father; I know him because I have been with him from eternity. You do not know him; I have come to tell you that as I am, such is he, only greater and better. He only is the true, original good; I am true because I seek nothing but his will. He only is all in all; I am not all in all, but he is my father, and I am the son in whom his heart of love is satisfied. Come home with me and sit with me on the throne of my obedience. Together we will do his will, and be glad with him, for his will is the only good. You may do with me as you please; I will not defend myself. I bear witness that my father is such as I. In the face of death I assert it, and dare death to disprove it. Death can only kill my body; he cannot make me his captive. Father, thy will be done! Gladly will I suffer that men may know that I live, and that thou art my life.”
by Dale Darling
"Come home with me and sit with me on the throne of my obedience." Such positional perfection explains that His burden is light.
"Together we will do His will, and be glad with Him, for His will is the only good."
Father, thy will be done!
"Gladly will I suffer that men may know that I live, and that thou art my life."
That about covers it.