1 CORINTHIANS 15:30-33
The third reason I believe in the Resurrection is connected to the behavior of the disciples. A defeated and fearful group is galvanized into brave and risky action. Despite organized opposition and at the cost of their lives, they begin to proclaim the Resurrection of a crucified criminal—knowing that this belief was a “stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Greeks.” No one risks their lives for beliefs they know to be false, or undergoes suffering and death for things they think are unlikely and dubious. The New Testament accounts show the disciples moving from doubt to conviction against the odds and in a manner that was contrary to their own interests.
Have you ever turned around from confusion and disbelief because of a spiritual experience?
Do you find this reason for trust in the Resurrection compelling?