Monday, April 20, 2009


Yesterday in the sermon I talked about how Jesus saying to Thomas, "Have you believed because you have seen? Blessed are those who have not seen yet believe" begs the question of us today, "What do you believe?" The reading from Acts then also begged the follow-up question of "What difference does it (what you believe) make in your life?"

Now that you've had some time for it to settle in a little, what is it that you believe? What difference does it make in your life? Where do you see your faith lived out in your day to day life? I would to hear some of your thoughts and stories, so please post a comment and we'll see where the discussion might lead.

1 comment:

Nathan said...


One thing that always disturbs me about this story is that it somehow suggests that Thomas, because he is thinking and essentially empirical in determining Christ's actual "status", he is rebuked.

This flies in the face of being scientific, thoughtful, and proof-driven in my book. There's a comment to get you started... ;-)