April 1 – “My Lord and My God” – Acts 2:22-32

By Jim Stern on April 2, 2018

180331_001  For Easter Sunday, the congregation received a visit from Jesus’s disciple, Thomas, in the form of a drama presented by Pastor Jim Stern.

Discussion Questions:

  1. How do you interpret Thomas’ statement in John 11:16? Was he being sincere or was he being cynical?
  2. What do you think may have been behind Thomas’ question to Jesus in John 14:5?
  3. When Thomas declared that unless he saw the marks on his hands and his fingers touched where the nails were, he would not believe that Jesus was alive:
    1. He thought the others were crazy.
    2. He wanted to believe, but just couldn’t get his head wrapped around it.
    3. He couldn’t take another heart-breaking disappointment.
    4. He needed proof – seeing is believing.
  4. Why do you think Jesus waited 7 days to appear to Thomas?
  5. How would you describe the way Jesus dealt with Thomas?
  6. What did Jesus mean when he said, “Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.”
  7. When Thomas declared, “My Lord and my God”, what do you think he had in mind?
  8. How do handle doubts about your faith? What kind of evidence do you need to build up your faith?

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