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  • Writer's pictureBishop Mesrop Parsamyan

Believe in God

The Holy Bible frequently addresses the tribulations and sufferings that stir turmoil in the human heart. From the narrative of the Garden of Eden to the final battle depicted in the Book of Revelation, trials, and tribulations are integral to the narrative of salvation throughout history, with the troubled human heart being the focal point of God's merciful actions.

Even during the Last Supper, our Lord Jesus Christ spoke of the tribulations and the turmoil in the hearts of His disciples. He anticipated Judas's betrayal and Peter's denial. The last hours of the Lord Jesus’ life spent with his disciples are mysterious in many ways, but whatever else is true about them, they were far from ideal. Human weaknesses and tribulations are part of the universal picture.

Similarly, our life's journey is far from perfect. No one traverses this life without encountering hardships and tribulations. At times, these challenges are so daunting and the pain so profound that maintaining hope seems almost unattainable. In such moments, remember the comforting words of Jesus: “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me” (John 14:1).

The Lord does not instruct us to overlook our tribulations or to dismiss them. Instead, His message is clear: "Trust in God, trust in me." It is this unwavering trust in God that instills perfect peace and joyful hope in our troubled hearts. Let us place our trust in God, in whose benevolent hands our future lies. Let us trust in Jesus Christ, who sacrificed His life for our salvation and continues to offer hope to our troubled hearts.

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