John 14:1

Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

Let not your heart be troubled: yee beleeue in God, beleeue also in me.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"Do not let your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Let not your heart be troubled: believe in God, believe also in me.
- American Standard Version (1901)

Let not your heart be troubled: have faith in God and have faith in me.
- Basic English Bible

Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe on God, believe also on me.
- Darby Bible

Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.
- Webster's Bible

Let not your hearts be troubled. Trust in God: trust in me also.
- Weymouth Bible

Don't let your heart be troubled. Believe in God. Believe also in me.
- World English Bible

Be not youre herte afraied, ne drede it; ye bileuen in God, and bileue ye in me.
- Wycliffe Bible

`Let not your heart be troubled, believe in God, also in me believe;
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for John 14:1


14:1 Let not your heart be troubled - At my departure. Believe - This is the sum of all his discourse, which is urged till they did believe, #Joh 16:30|. And then our Lord prays and departs.


People's Bible Notes for John 14:1


Joh 14:1 Jesus Comforts His Disciples SUMMARY OF JOHN 14: Belief as a Solace of Troubled Hearts. The House of Many Mansions. Christ the Way. Christ the Manifestation of the Father. Asking in Christ's Name. How to Find the Father. The Test of Love. The Benediction of Peace. Let not your heart be troubled. Just before him was Gethsemane, the denial, the mock trial, the scouring and the cross; but with these in full view, such are the wonders of his love that he does not think of himself. He does not ask comfort, but he gives it. His heart is full of the sorrow of his disciples over his departure. Believe also in me. They had believed in him, but they were so confused over the prospect of his death and departure, they stumbled. He bids them to believe in him as they believed in God; to trust him even if they did not comprehend; to walk by faith rather than by sight through the darkness of that hour. To understand these words, the confusion, sorrow and despair of his disciples over his death must not be forgotten.

Discussion for John 14:1

  • I am always with a trouble heart because of family situations This verse comforts me
  • Agho Gregory for verse 1
    Its absolute assurance, that we are in safe guidance and protection.
  • Shirley Roach for verse 1
    What stands out in John 14:1, is the part about ye believe in God, believe also in me. In the beginning in the book of John Jesus was trying to reveal who He was. They believed that He was the Christ that was sent from God. But He wanted the people along with the disciples to know that He was God. Verse 1 is overlooked when it comes to that part. It was not until after His resurrection that they knew and believed that not only was He the Christ but, that He was also God.
  • Tina Hall for verse 1
    I think we all should trust in the Lord more, and not worry so much about what others do or say.
    We have no control over that. Jesus wants us to trust in him, and he will see us thru no matter
    what circumstance we are in. He wants us to
    rejoice in him, and know that he has prepared a
    place for us to go to in Heaven to be with him
    as a beliver when we die, or we are caught up
    in the rapture. We should trust him more.
    We should never give up, even though the enemy, Satan, tries to destroy us everyway he can.