John records the appearance of Jesus to Thomas following His resurrection. Although Thomas is often referred to as “doubting,” that is not the full story.
The apostle John is known as “the disciple that Jesus loved.” As we begin our final theme for the year on the Words of John, we look at the apostle’s eye-witness account of his three years with the Lord.
The apostle Peter reminds his readers of the divine privilege of becoming and being a people for God’s own possession. What did that mean for them, and what does it mean for us?
It is both a comforting and sobering truth that our Lord could appear at any moment. What should we know, and even more important, what should we do?