Many of us are mostly like doubting Thomas. We often refuse to believe something without physical evidence or direct personal experience. We may claim to have faith in Jesus and the Bible but the existence and size of our faith is mostly conjured by the limitation of our mind or by our doubting Thomas character.
Maybe in this season, God is asking you to walk by faith and not by sight. Your sight may tell you nothing is going to happen or that breakthrough is still a long way to go but are you going to limit God’s ability by what you see? Please don’t do so; I tell myself this every so often.
Faith is a walk with God in good and bad, with or without evidence because we know that one touch from God is all we need to turn our circumstances around. From lack to abundance, from sickness to health and from brokenness to wholeness.
When you are starting to doubt like Thomas, hold fast to your unseen faith that Jesus is able and willing. Thomas believed because he saw but would you believe even though you do not see? Place your faith on His nail scarred hands. Nothing is impossible for Him who has risen from death.
Then Jesus told him, “Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.”
- Irene Soon