Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled in Times Like These
Recorded sessions and slides for each session are below, led by Bill Parker.
After the triumphal entry, Jesus’ disciples were riding high! And then in the upper room, Jesus told them that He would be betrayed, there would be failure in coming times of trial, and He would leave them. Talk about culture shock. Jesus knew they were shaken and would be shaken even more in the immediate days ahead, but also as they went on to live the rest of their lives in this broken world.
Understanding their hearts, He said, “Let not your heart be troubled” (Jn.14:1). And Jesus says to us in these days of unprecedented risk and change, “Let not your heart be troubled!” He backs that up with insight, perspective and power for the anxiety that each one of us feels in the chapters that follow.
Let’s allow the Spirit to dig down deep in our consciousness to build our faith as we together consider Christ’s comfort and exhortation in times like these.