When you open a book about God, written by his inspiration, you don’t expect it to begin with a narrative of doubts. Doubts about the message. Doubts about the accounts. Doubts about God’s Word. Questions about God’s plans. Yet, that is exactly how the Gospel of Luke begins. It begins with doubts, and unbelievable birth narratives, written by a doctor. God knew we’d have doubts. He knew we’d struggle with his message and messengers. He doesn’t hid it, but reveals how he silences doubt, by revealing he is one who always keeps his promises.