John 20:27 Then He said to Thomas, “Put your finger here; see my hands. Reach out your hands and put it into my side. Stop doubting and believe.”

It is with no doubt the most overly used phrase when referring to a person who needs the convincing before they jump into the boat. Yes…doubting Thomas of course. But this last Easter, I was once again reminded that doubting Thomas needed not be the one who met Jesus in flesh and blood. Countless of times, I have needed the convincing and persuading that HIS SCARS are for real. Like Thomas, I realised that when Jesus had asked him to reach out and TOUCH HIS SCARS…it wasn’t to condemn him or call him unfaithful. But rather He was asking Thomas to believe inspite of…what He had witness a few days earlier.

Maybe thats you…Jesus is asking you to TOUCH HIS SCARS.

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  1. Hello my dear friend. Gladwell I have prayed for byou and your family. I pray that all is well. How is your husband and how is your daughter? Smiles to you all. I love you all and I will be in touch soon and more often. Continue to let God use you as a mighty vessel. Blessed again…by your words dear friend. I have been working as a Realtor so it has been hard to be online much…but I am pressing my way because it is important! Love Elaine

    • Dearest Elaine,

      So great to hear from you. Its been a while…a long while but God have been faithful in all things. Thank you for your love, thoughts and prayers. God has been on our side through it all. God willing, I hope to get back full time on my blog. Looking forward to catching up with you soon.

      God bless you, my sister.


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