Listen as Chuck Swindoll carefully guides you from the Cross to the tomb and from death to the reality of the Resurrection. You’ll learn the true meaning of Jesus’ words, “It is finished!” And discover as John ultimately did, that it was far from over!
We’ve learned that Jesus is the God-Man. Such a study could leave us with the erroneous idea that His life was merely a theoretical (or theological) phenomenon with little practical value.
Not so! He touched people where they were and changed their lives.
Questioning the Bible is not new. What’s new is people now have greater access to information than ever before. Information can be a good thing, but if not handled properly then confidence in Scripture is weakened and faith is undermined. Scripture shows us three ways confidence in Scripture is undermined and what we can do about it.
This season of the year is not joyful for everyone. Put bluntly, some dread it. They are filled with such melancholy memories of painful days gone by, they find it hard to sing the carols. “Joy to the World!”—not really. “How Great Our Joy!”—well, maybe for you but not for everyone. Now, before you call me “Scrooge,” I suggest you return to the first century and meet a disciple of Christ who fit this category.
Thomas’ story is one of encouragement—he doubted, but it never overtook him. He allowed Jesus to take him from the place of uncertainty to a place of belief. I’m learning silent doubts rarely find answers.
Join Chuck Swindoll as he brings to life this powerful passage and explains how Mary and all believers can experience greater comfort than can possibly be imagined…because there would be no more final goodbyes…forever.
In this final message of this series from John’s gospel, Chuck Swindoll concludes with some powerful lessons about the impact of Jesus’ miraculous life and ministry on earth.