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Topical Study on Doubt Doubt both accompanies true faith and threatens true faith. On the one hand, radical doubt could lead a person to disbelieve or dismiss the promises of God and the truths revealed in Scripture in a nearly wholesale fashion, leading to unbelief. On the other hand, doubt seems for now to... Doubt Audio/Video by Christine Longhurst Audio/Video by Christine Longhurst Topics: Doubt , Easter , Thomas Source: Re-Worship In this article, video suggestions addressing doubt are suggested and summarized for use with John 20:19-31 (the story of “doubting Thomas”). Doubt Article by Will Montei Article by Will Montei Topics: Doubt , Faith , Love Source: The Twelve Will Montei, guest writing for "The Twelve", offers a stirring personal reflection on doubt and faith. Doubting Thomas and Story as Sign Article by Debra Rienstra Article by Debra Rienstra Topics: Doubt , Thomas , Faith , Metaphor Source: The Twelve In this blog post on John 20:24-31, Debra Rienstra reflects on the story of "doubting Thomas" and the way that signs point us toward belief. Thomas, and believers today through stories like that of Thomas, come... Doubt and belief Commentary/Exegesis by Cyril of Alexandria Commentary/Exegesis by Cyril of Alexandria Topics: Doubt , Disciple , Thomas , Patience Source: The Sunday Website In this commentary on John 20:19-31, Cyril of Alexandria notes that other disciples besides Thomas had doubts about Jesus' resurrection (Luke 24:36-43), and commends those who have faith, without seeing, because of the disciples' witness. Doubting Zechariah Sermon Starter/Outline by Edward McIlmail Sermon Starter/Outline by Edward McIlmail Topics: Doubt , God's Will , Faith , Providence Source: ePriest Reflecting on Luke 1:5-25, Edward McIlmail writes that Zechariah sees the angel yet doubts the message. Zechariah thought his age would hinder God’s plan. Despite our lack of faith, God goes ahead with his plan. Doubt--The Prelude to Faith Sermon (Complete) by William L. Self Sermon (Complete) by William L. Self Topics: Doubt , Easter , Faith , Thomas Source: Day1 "No one really has faith until [they have] fought for it." In this sermon on John 20:24-29, Bill Self sees doubt as a normal precursor to faith and offers suggestions for moving from doubt to faith. Doubt is not the enemy of faith Article by Joseph Yoo Article by Joseph Yoo Topics: Doubt , Faith , Hell , Enemies Source: Ministry Matters Joseph Yoo makes a case for helping people who struggle with doubt by honoring their questions and being willing to search with them, instead of giving pat answers. "The true enemy of faith is fear." Doubting Thomas at Work Article Article Topics: Doubt , Thomas , Work , Vocation Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This article uses the "doubting Thomas" theme to consider ministry and vocational doubts, specifically the tendency to want to measure success and the need for affirmation. Doubt No Longer Sermon (Complete) by Aidan Nichols Sermon (Complete) by Aidan Nichols Topics: Doubt , Resurrection , Belief Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars In this Eastertide sermon on Luke 24:35-48, Aidan Nichols discusses the difference between doubt and difficulty. Doubt & Faith: Easter Confession Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Doubt , Faith , Hope , Confession Source: Re-Worship A prayer of confession and a plea for the hope and faith to live in response to Jesus' resurrection, rather than in doubt and fear. "The tomb is empty. We are forgiven, loved and restored." Full Text Hymns on doubt Through the Night of Doubt and SorrowPD
God of my faith, I offer you my doubtPD
Blessed Thomas, doubt no longer©
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Doubting Thomas by Nickel Creek Audio/Video by Christine Longhurst Audio/Video by Christine Longhurst Topics: Doubt , Easter , Thomas Source: Re-Worship Christine Longhurst introduces a song by Nickel Creek called “Doubting Thomas” that goes well with John 20:19-31, a passage often read on the second Sunday of the Easter season. Some Doubted Article by Lawrence Farley Article by Lawrence Farley Topics: Doubt , Resurrection Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Lawrence Farley considers doubt from Matthew 28:16. Doubting Thomas No More Sermon (Complete) by Joseph S. Pagano Sermon (Complete) by Joseph S. Pagano Topics: Doubt , Trust , Thomas , Easter Source: Sermons That Work Joseph Pagano's sermon on John 20:19-31 considers faith in God as more than belief about facts; it is trust or confidence. By this definition, the disciple often called Doubting Thomas became a man of faith. Doubting Thomas & Wounded Christ Image by Tamara Hill Murphy Image by Tamara Hill Murphy Topics: Doubt , Peace , Art , Christ Source: Global Worship This blog post shares three art pieces and four poems about Doubting Thomas and his encounter with the Risen Christ in John 20:24-29. Doubting Doubt Sermon Illustration by James C. Dekker Sermon Illustration by James C. Dekker Topics: Doubt , Faith , Belonging Source: The CRC Network James Dekker turns to the story of doubting Thomas as he reflects on doubt. He connects Thomas' story to that of a couple who moved from doubt to faith as they found belonging in the church.... Faith to Doubt to Trust Sermon Starter/Outline by Todd Pick Sermon Starter/Outline by Todd Pick Topics: Doubt , Earth , Promises of God, The , Faith Source: Discipleship Ministries In these Lenten sermon notes on Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18, Todd Pick and Jennifer Pick reflect on Abra[ha]m's "quintessential human journey of faithfulness in God." He moves from original faith, through doubt, and finally to trust. Doubting Thomas Image by Carl H. Bloch Image by Carl H. Bloch Topics: Doubt , Art , Thomas Source: Carl H. Bloch This 19th century painting by Carl Bloch depicts Doubting Thomas from John 20:27-29. Doubting Thomas Image by David Martin Image by David Martin Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive This engraving by Otto Elliger depicts Jesus appearing to the disciples, including Thomas, whose doubt is removed when he places his hand in the wound in Jesus’ side