The supper has ended. Jesus has washed the disciples feet. He identifies His betrayer. And Judas has left the gathering and gone out into the night.
As they walk from the upper room and journey toward the Gethsemane’s garden, the disciples minds are racing with questions. Their hearts are troubled. There seems to be a sense of foreboding. Jesus, of course, knows their perplexing thoughts. He says, “Let not your hearts be troubled.” Continue reading