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Rev. Gordon MacIndoe
Rev. Gordon MacIndoe

‘So the other disciples told Thomas, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I see the nail marks in His hands and put my finger in His side, I will not believe it.”’(John 20 v 25)

After Jesus rose from the dead, He gave many convincing proofs He was alive, not least of all to “doubting” Thomas. Jesus came especially to Thomas and as a result he became a convinced believer.

Many people today do believe in Jesus but it’s also true that many have their doubts for all kinds of reasons.

Are you a believer or a doubter?

What would it take for you to believe? A supernatural experience? Hearing an audible voice?

Although some do claim to have had such experiences, for most of us it has to be a matter of faith.

Would you believe it if I told you that many believers experience a deep inner peace? They do!

Would you believe it if I told you it’s possible to know that all your sins can be forgiven? It is!

Would you believe it if I told you that you can have real assurance that you will go to heaven when you die? You can!

Would you believe it if I told you that God knows you, loves you and wants the best for your life? He does!

But if you still doubt; don’t take my word for it – why not read the bible for yourself.

Rev. Gordon MacIndoe, Falkirk Baptist Church