Troubled But Not Troubled
Jesus’ words “let not your hearts be troubled” (John 14:1a) are comforting. But this it is not merely counsel. It is a command. What Jesus is saying is that in the face of trouble—terrible trouble—we must not allow our hearts to be troubled.
How is that even possible?
Jesus’ answer: “Believe in God; believe also in me” (John 14:1b).
When Jesus spoke these words, he had just informed the disciples…Continue Reading