In the Bible there’s the story in Mark chapter 9 of the man who asked Jesus to heal his son who had been afflicted by a demon. He says something curious: “Lord, I believe. Help my unbelief.” Well, which is it? Did he believe that Jesus could heal his son? He said that he did. Then why the statement after that: “Help my unbelief.” Could it have been that he knew enough about Jesus to know that He could heal his son, but had at least a tiny lingering doubt that He would? We even have the example of the apostles themselves. At the end of Matthew’s gospel we read that they worshiped Jesus, “but some doubted.” In our own lives we sometimes experience doubts of various types. Even those whose faith is the strongest at times see a little doubt creep into their minds or hearts. What’s been your experience with this? Share your take Wednesday with Jerry and Debbie.