by Robert Walker

Let Your Heart Not Be Troubled
Robert Walker
John 14:1-6

Billy Graham said recently there is something ominous in the air. Like Jonah my bones vibrate with the horror and the hope of it.

He said 15 nations have atomic weapons and then he said, "Anyone of them could draw the super powers into war.

He said resurgent racism threatens much of the world. He said, "I must as long as I can preach with urgency because there is something ominous in the air and my bones vibrate with the horror and hope of it."

I want to speak on this subject. "Let not your heart be troubled." We are living in a dark hour. Internationally it looks like the world has turned totally against Israel and the United States of America.

We are living in a dark day internationally and nationally. We are living in a dark day domestically and spiritually. We are living in the midnight of time but Jesus said, "Let not your heart be troubled."

In John 14, Jesus said, "Let not your heart be troubled, ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my father's house are many mansions, I go to prepare a place for you and if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto myself."

When the Lord Jesus was raised from the dead, when he was getting ready to ascend back to the right hand of the Father in glory, He met with His disciples on the Mount of Olives. He ascended right there before them.

As those disciples were looking at Jesus going up, two angels appeared and said unto them, "Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven. This same
Jesus which you have seen go away into heaven shall so come in like manner as you have seen him go."

Jesus is coming again!

When Jesus comes again, His coming is going to be eminent. That means it could happen at any moment. Jesus said-I come quickly. That means it could be at any moment. We don't know when Jesus is going to come.

He may not come tonight. He may not come tomorrow. It may be a year from ...

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