"Trusting God in the Dark"

The disciples have seen Jesus resurrected. Except for Thomas. They tell Thomas they have seen Jesus alive, but Thomas refuses to believe it. In the original language he says, "I will not, will not believe it, unless I can see and touch his wounds." For that, his name has become synonymous with doubting. Are we any different? In what ways do we want to "see" what God is doing? Do we really trust Him when we can't see where He is taking us? Jesus told Thomas "You believe because you've seen me; blessed are the ones who do not see and still believe."