Let not your heart be troubled: you believe in God, believe also in me.…
In a small town there lived the widow of a preacher, a God-fearing woman, who in days of trouble used to say to her children and friends, "Fear not, God lives." Her trials were sometimes great, but she strove to bear all with cheerfulness and patience. One day her difficulty was greater than she could bear, and she sat down with a feeling of hopelessness, and allowed her tears to flow unchecked. Her little son saw her weeping; he put his little hand in hers, and said, while he looked into her face sorrowfully, "Mother, is God dead?" "No, my son," she said, taking him on her lap. "I thank thee for thy question. He ever liveth; He is near to help in all trouble; He will help us." She wiped away her tears and continued her work. She sought and found help in Jesus.
Parallel VersesKJV: Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.