We are not as strong as we think we are, and we fail more often than we think.
In these verses Jesus specifically asks for them to stay awake and pray for Him – but their bodies are just too tired (possibly with sorrow, too). Judas betrays Jesus with a kiss – but Jesus still calls him “friend”. One of the disciples (Peter) draws a sword and tries to fight – misunderstanding the time, and Jesus’ power, and his role. The disciples all flee, abandoning Jesus. The religious leaders throw true justice out of the window, and start hitting Jesus after a false trial. Peter denies Jesus three times, and weeps bitterly.
All of these stories, especially the story of Peter, show us that God knows our weaknesses more than we do – and He still loves us. My self worth is in His love, not in my accomplishments, so I don’t have to brag, or add to my resume, or try to convince others about my worth. My value won’t change based on the opinions of others, but my worth is secure in the love of my Savior.