The first rebuke of Jesus to His sleepy disciples (Mark 14:37-38) should have been enough to jolt them into apology, and a determination to stay awake. Far from it! As Jesus returned to pray, the trusted men returned to sleep. The Master's task was unchanged, and the disciples remained unmoved. Although He had chosen them to be with Him, they were on different tracks. In Bible language, "They did not know what to say", meant that they knew that they had no excuse; Jesus was right and they were in the wrong. But Satan's lies had already been swallowed and they were paralysed.