Description: ""Let not your hearts be troubled . . ."" The opening words from John 14 frame the balance of this sermon to the disciples. Immediately following the Passover supper and the washing of their feet, our Lord preaches one last sermon to his faithful friends and disciples--a sermon full of longing, full of promise, full of hope, and full of disclosures about their future, the work of the Holy Spirit, and key verses supporting the doctrine of the Trinity. John 14-16 presents a fascinating farewell address from Jesus to his disciples. These chapters show us the heart of our Savior and his love for his disciples in a time of anxiety--not only their anxiety but his own, as he knows that the shadow of the cross has now grown dark across him and there is no place else for him to go. No ministry remains for him now except to these disciples, and then ultimately to the cross itself. Even as he, in his own humanity, was troubled in the prospect of his suffering, he turned to minister to the disciples in their time of trouble. Endorsements: ""In a style akin to Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Cannon applies the last sermon of Christ to everyday life in today's world. This book is a smooth read, filled with scriptural references and personal application. As you read it, you will feel like you're listening to a friend talk about the meaning of Jesus' last meeting with his disciples. This book encapsulates the whole of Christian life "" --Rod Culbertson Jr., Reformed Theological Seminary ""The Lord combines the gifts of Michael Cannon's pastoral heart with his scholarly mind to help us hear well the last sermon of Christ."" --George Robertson, pastor of First Presbyterian Church About the Contributor(s): Michael Cannon is a pastor in the Presbyterian Church in America, an instructor at the US Army Chaplain Center and School, and is the author of numerous books including The Prayer of Jesus and The Trials and Crucifixion of Jesus.