Do you have to see it to believe it?  If it sounds too good, it must not be true.  Our skepticism today is no different than those in Jesus’ day.  Jesus told His disciples that He would be alive again in three days, yet they could not imagine it to be true.  So when the women returned and said that He IS alive, they ran to the tomb to check it out for themselves.  When Thomas heard from his fellow disciples that they had seen Jesus, he would not believe until he saw Him for himself.  Jesus made the reality of His resurrection evident not only to the disciples, but to hundreds of people in several appearances, so that they could be official witnesses of the resurrection.  If we believe what Jesus says, we too can be witnesses to the resurrection in our testimony of faith.  We may not have seen Him, yet we believe.  So it will be when Jesus returns.  Believing is seeing!