All of us have doubts about a vision for the future, and Thomas is the epitome. Jesus reveals God’s grace to cancel our doubts. Yet, in some ways, Thomas also gets a bad wrap. He wasn’t so much doubting, as standing in his convictions: “I need to see it to believe it”. Jesus reveals that our convictions must rest in him, and not in what we see. Our conviction in Jesus is the true armor against any doubt we might have.
Jesus' work on the cross may be finished, but His work in us is just beginning. All of us have doubts about a vision for the future. Jesus reveals God’s grace to cancel our doubts. We must have faith in order to see what is unseen and He will reveal where He would have us go next.