Doubting Thomas-It could have been you or me
27 Then he said to Thomas, “Reach here your finger, and see my hands. Reach here your hand, and put it into my side. Don’t be faithless, but believing.”
28 Thomas answered him, “My Lord, and my God!”
We see the doubting Thomas looking for “proof” of this great mystery called the Resurrection of Jesus.Doubting Thomas could easily be you or me standing in his place.
We all doubt. We all have doubts about God\’s presence or about the nature of God or about even the very existence of God.
Jesus saidÂ “blessed are those who do not see yet believe”
Blessed are those who see the small signs of God\’s presence and recognize them for what they are.
“My Lord and my God!”
The world\’s greatest prayer