Good Questions

John 20:25
The disciple named Thomas is usually referred to as “doubting Thomas“ because of his insistence on walking by sight, not by faith, regarding the resurrection of Jesus. But let’s not be too hard on Thomas. There are many aspects of biblical experience that stretch the rational mind. The Bible is not irrational, but it can be transrational—asking us to believe things that transcend our understanding the (Virgin Birth, miracles, the resurrection of Christ, and so on. Let’s give Thomas credit for being honest enough to articulate his doubts in precise language. He wanted to see the resurrected Christ—and evidence that it was really Him—before he committed himself to such a revolutionary event. God is not threatened by our doubts. Turn your doubts to questions; turn your questions to prayers; turn your prayers to God.