If you have trouble in obeying the Will of Jesus Christ, then you will have trouble with me. Jesus Christ was, is and always will be my Lord and Savior, the Son of God. He was sent to planet earth by His heavenly Father to die for the sins of the world (Jn 3:16). He came, He died, and He arose from the dead and now sits on the right hand of the throne of God. Every single Word he spoke was by the direction of God the Father (Jn 12:49,50). If one continues not in the doctrine of Christ has not God, for the doctrine which he spoke was the doctrine of God (Jn 7:16,17). Therefore, whatever Jesus commands me to do, I will do it!
If you have trouble with obeying the commandments of the apostles, then you will have trouble with me. Long before Jesus died, he told his disciples that after his death he would send to him the Comforter, the Holy Spirit to guide them into all truth (Jn 14, 26 f; Jn 16:13). All faithful new testament Christians continued in the apostle’s doctrine (Acts 2:42). All of the apostles were totally inspired of God (2 Tim 3:16,17). The apostle Paul confirmed that he lied not in all that he spoke and wrote (Rom 9:1 ff; 2 Cor 11:31; Gal 1:20; 1 Tim 2:7). He confirmed that the gospel he preached came by the revelation of Jesus Christ (Gal 1:11,12). Therefore, whatever the apostles commands me to do, I will do it!
The doctrine which the apostles taught and Jesus taught derived from God the Father. If we are one with God, our doctrine is one and the same. If you have trouble with this doctrine, then you definitely have trouble with me!