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  • Writer's pictureJase Bass

Evidence at Hand

Then Jesus told him, “Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” John 20:29

In a court trial there is a process of determining the outcome. The jury looks at the evidence that is presented to determine whether or not the claim is true or false. The jury was not physically there to see the event happen. However the jury can get to the truth by eyewitness testimony and evidence at hand. We believe many things in our daily lives that we haven’t seen or experienced. The same can be said concerning the life, death and resurrection of The Christ. We may not have been there but that doesn’t mean we can’t know the truth. We have to look at the eyewitness testimonies and the evidence. The jury would be doing a disservice to neglect evidence because they had already made up there mind without examining the facts. May we be willing to examine the evidence ourselves and not just take some one else’s opinion about the deity of Christ. The Lord says that you will be blessed to believe the truth. #timetochange #lifeundertheson


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