Deo vo·len·te [dā-ō-vō-ˈlen-tē]
Definition of DEO VOLENTE: God being willing
Origin of DEO VOLENTE, Latin, First Known Use: 1763
Lord, as You prayed to The Father in Gethsemane, Not My will, but Thine be done, so I pray Deo Volente, whatever God wants, whatever God wills.
As these three words are inscribed on the Scottish Crest for those with the surname Willis, As God wills, so I desire.
Deo Volente, indeed!