“Do Not Let Your Hearts Be Troubled.”
Jesus cared for his disciples—right up to the end.
Have you ever read a newspaper story about a prison inmate who was facing execution? Or perhaps you’ve seen a movie that depicts a convict on death row. It’s a very intense situation, and the condemned man tends to be solemn, quiet, and reflective.
Perhaps he is sad and remorseful over what he has done. Or he may be angry, protesting that he doesn’t deserve to die. Most likely, he...
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