Indeed, on Christ’s “let not your heart be troubled.” (John 14:1, KJV). Jesus commands a heart free to trouble! Jesus never needed us to experience existence without trouble, yet He guaranteed that we could have an untroubled heart even in a disturbed life. What? Indeed, this was in some sense an order, which means they should ‘quit being disturbed.’ Jesus commands that you put your heart in a relaxed state. Jesus didn’t say; I’m cheerful; you men are grieved and loaded up with doubts. He didn’t say your issues are magnificent. Jesus Christ takes no pleasure in the uncertainty and nervousness of His people. At the point when He saw that as a result of what He had said to them, distress had filled the hearts of His disciples, He implored them in incredible love. Indeed, His devotees felt His takeoff like torment. What’s more, it was then that He supported them with such straightforward and heavenly discourse that all adherents are the account holder of their distress. Jesus is saying to you now, “calm your troubled heart”. That’s it!!!