So he took him aside and restored him by asking him three questions and giving him three responsibilities.

    As they came in to shore a man stood there who asked them if they’d caught any fish. When they replied “no”, he told them to throw their nets out on the right side of the boat.

    Thomas had not been amongst the disciples on Easter Sunday, so he did not see the risen Jesus for himself.

    The resurrection had huge implications for their lives. Far from being over, their ministries were just about to begin in earnest. 

    The moment he broke bread with them, their eyes were opened and they recognised Jesus.

    Why is it that Jesus chose to reveal himself to the women first? We cannot know for sure but there are two theories that makes a lot of sense.


    Why do you weep, dear reader? Do you not know that Jesus has gone to prepare a place for you in his Father’s house?

    Though it was veiled and somewhat obscurely stated, Jesus’ death and resurrection was not without a witness in the Old Testament Scriptures.

    Let’s face it, resurrection is not something you see every day. The disciples had no frame of reference for it. They didn’t even question Jesus when he shared this astonishing news with them. 

    Today we're going to examine the multi-layered significance of the tearing of the curtain in the temple.

    After Jesus cried out again in a loud voice, he died. At that moment the temple curtain was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook. The ro...

    He shouted out these words because, for the first time in his life, he knew abandonment by his Father. He was bearing our sin and because of this, God's wrath was being poured out on him.