The Gospel is composed of four interrelated parts. In the first part (14:23-24), Jesus discussed the results of loving and not loving. To love him meant to be obedient to his word, for Jesus’ word is God’s word. In the second part (14:25-26), Jesus spoke of how God and the divine love are present in the lives of those who love and obey, namely through the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus calls the “advocate” (14:15). In the third part (14:27), Jesus bestowed the gift of peace. It is a peculiar peace, unlike any known by the world. This peace is not contentment or the absence of trouble, but a relationship of love with our creator that wards off the fears of a troubled heart. In the final part (14:28-29), Jesus prepared those who loved him for his death.