John 20:28-29, NIV:  Thomas said to him, "My Lord and my God!" Then Jesus told him, "Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed."

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stand in front of a burning bush, or see the dead raised, or see an angel, or perhaps even have Jesus stand before you and invite you to touch the nail scars on His hands? Have you ever thought that if you could only experience some miraculous moment, that perhaps then you would find new strength to stand, power to proclaim Godís Word, or wisdom to witness? Perhaps if you experience Christ as Paul did within a blinding flash and an audible word, then you would find the boldness and conviction to lead many to Jesus. Perhaps. But havenít you already experienced such a miracle? For within a moment, you were miraculously transformed to become a new creation. Once you were blind, but now you see. Once you were dead, but now you have been made alive. You have not been invited to put your fingers into Christís nail prints, but instead, invited to let Christ come into your heart and leave His lasting print on you. Have you ever wondered why we want something more than that? What else do we need to find the power to live a life that daily points the way to Jesus?