Thomas was a doubter. The Lord satisfied his doubt by asking him to reach his finger and look at his hands and put his hand into his side and be not unbelieving but believing. He satisfied Thomas' doubt. Why? To give us testimony. Now, should we demand that we not believe the Lord until we feel his hands and his sides?
No, he said Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed. Why do Bible believers say if they have not seen a thing with their own eyes they cannot believe? Why can they not believe the testimony of God?
Many events related to the Lord's return that are not visible to the natural eye. Should we reject them because we did not see them?
Is it Biblical to reject a kingdom we cannot see? Should we reject the coming of the Lord because we did not see it? Are we rejecting the historical proof the Lord gave to demonstrate that his return occurred?
This broadcast will show how God reveals Himself and his Divine acts to people who do not believe or who are slow of heart to believe all the prophets have spoken.