No Ifs, No Buts

Happy are those who have not seen and yet believe

John 20:29
John 20:19-31

Sermon Week/Year

Second Sunday of Easter,

Sermon Topic


Thomas’ confession-“My Lord and my God”-is the most profound expression of Jesus’ Lordship and Divinity to be found in all of Scripture. It goes beyond belief in what Thomas saw before him-the Risen Jesus. It expresses Christian belief in its fullness: My Lord is Risen; My Risen Lord is God: “My Lord and my God.”

The famous atheist lawyer, Clarence Darrow, once said in a debate, “They tell me there is a God, but I have never seen Him. I have no personal acquaintance with Him.” To which his opponent replied, “It is credibly reported that Mr. Darrow has a mind, but I have never seen it. I have never touched it. I have no personal acquaintance with it at all.”

The Apostle John has written, “No one has ever seen God.” That is a reasonable, logical statement. When we see in this sense, we see objects, things outside of us whether near or far. By nature, God does not fall into this…

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