Dissolving Doubt

After his resurrection Jesus appeared to his disciples with the same body as before the crucifixion. His work in the tomb ended, once and for all, doubts as to God's omnipotence. "He proved Life to be deathless and Love to be the master of hate," Science and Health, p. 44; writes Mrs. Eddy.

The world's incredulity at such sublime dominion and power was voiced by Thomas, one of his own disciples. Jesus rebuked him compassionately, saying, "Reach hither thy finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into my side: and be not faithless, but believing." John 20:27; The Master went to great lengths to eliminate others' doubt as to the healing power of the Christ, the true idea of God. His example demonstrates the importance of routing these feelings of uncertainty so that we also may be "not faithless, but believing."

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