The Rev. Michael Whitnah - April 24, 2022
Imagine if you were defined, in perpetuity, by a shadow side of your personality and character. Doubting Thomas. This is unfair both to Thomas and to the Gospel of John. The story John has been telling has been leading up to this moment, not of Thomas’ doubt, but rather his extraordinary exclamation: “My Lord and my God!” This cry of adoration is absolutely breathtaking and points us to the the ultimate purpose of everything that has breath: Worship.
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