An incredible number of people witnessed Jesus being alive, being resurrected, after his crucifixion. While some people today claim that Jesus’s resurrection was an illusion, or a mass hallucination of zealous followers, or a conspiracy on behalf of a select group of disappointed and disgruntled followers who sold a lie to the world for some unspecified reason, the actual accounting of witnesses is astonishing and can’t be reasonably dismissed. This Easter season worship series will examine the record of those people who met, spoke, and even ate with Jesus after he rose from the dead, whether they be the accounts of anywhere from one individual to over five hundred people at one time. Through these seven weeks, we will hear their stories, but more importantly, we will hear the truth about life conquering death through Jesus Christ.
Thomas often gets a bad rap as one of Jesus’s followers who demanded proof of Jesus’s Resurrection before he would believe. This has led to him being called “Doubting Thomas.” This week, we’ll look at Thomas in a different light. We’ll see him as a person who was honest about his doubts, and yet was bold in his faith.
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