It must have seemed as if dark clouds of confusion and uncertainty were looming over the small band of men gathered around Jesus in that upper room. Over the course of the evening Jesus had announced that a betrayer was among them. If that weren’t enough, Jesus then told Peter, of all people, that he would deny even knowing Jesus before that very night was over. And, now, Jesus was also saying that he would be leaving them. Oh, how the men’s hearts were troubled. But then, Jesus gave this gracious command, “Let not your hearts be troubled.” Why would he say that? What cure is there for a troubled heart? What cure is there for our troubled hearts? Join us as we listen to the comforting words of Jesus in John 14:1-14.