Luke 24

1In the and first of the weeks, of morning very early, came to the tomb, bringing what they prepared aromatics; and some with them. 2They found and the stone having been rolled from the tomb. 3And having entered not they found the body of the Lord Jesus. 4And it happened in the to be perplexed them about this, and lo, men two stood by them in clothing shining. 5Afraid and having become of them, and bowing the face to the earth, they said to them: Why seek you the living among the dead-ones? 6Not he is here, but has been raised. Remember you how he spoke to you, while being in the Galilee, 7saying: That it behooves the son of the man to be delivered into hands of men of sinners, and to be crucified, and the third day to stand up. 8And they remembered the words of him; 9and having returned from the tomb, they related these all to the eleven and to all the others. 10Were and the Magdalene Mary, and Joanna, and Mary of James, and the others with them, who spoke to the apostles these. 11And appeared in presence of them as an idle tale the words of them, and they believed not them. 12The and Peter arising ran to the tomb, and having stooped down he sees the linen bands lying alone; and he departed by himself, wondering that having occurred. 13And lo, two of them were going in this the day into a village being distant furlongs sixty from Jerusalem, to which a name Emmaus. 14And they were talking to each other about all of the having happened of these. 15And it occurred in the to talk them and to reason, even he the Jesus having come near went with them. 16The but eyes of them were held, the not to know him. 17He said and to them: What the words these, which you throw to one another walking, and are sad? 18Answering and the one, to whom a name Cleopas, said to him: Thou alone sojournest Jerusalem, and not thou knowest the things having been done in her in the days these? 19And he said to them: What things? They and said to him: The things about Jesus the Nazarene, who was a man a prophet, powerful in work and word in presence of the God and all the people. 20How and delivered up him the high-priests and the chiefs of us to a sentence of death, and crucified him. 21We but hoped, that he it is the being about to redeem the Israel; but besides all these third this day goes away to-day, from of which these occurred; 22but also women some of us astonished us, having been early at the tomb; 23and not having found the body of him, came, saying also a vision of messengers to have seen, who say him to be alive. 24And went some of those with us to the tomb, and found thus even as also the women said; him but not they saw. 25And he said to them: O thoughtless and slow with the heart of the to believe in all, which spoke the prophets. 26Not these it was binding to have suffered the Anointed, and to enter into the glory of himself? 27And beginning from Moses and from all of the prophets, he explained to them in all the writings the things about himself. 28And they drew near to the village, where they were going; and he seemed intending further to go. 29But they pressed him, saying: Abide with us, for towards evening it is, and has declined the day. And he went in the to abide with them. 30And it happened in the to recline him with them, having taken the loaf, be blessed, and having broken he gave to them. 31Of them and were opened the eyes, and they knew him; and he disappeared from them. 32And they said to each other: Not the heart of us burning was, in us, as he was talking to us in the way, and as he was opening to us the writings? 33And rising up in this the hour, they returned to Jerusalem; and found having been assembled the eleven and those with them, 34saying: That has been raised the Lord indeed, and has appeared to Simon. 35And they related the things in the way, and how he was known to them in the breaking of the loaf. 36These and of them speaking, he stood in midst of them, and says to them: Peace to you. 37Being terrified but and affrighted having become they thought a spirit to see. 38And he said to them: Why having been agitated are you? and why reasonings rise in the hearts of you? 39See you the hands of me and the feet of me, that he I am; handle you me and see you; for a spirit flesh and bones not has, as me you perceive having. 40And this saying, he showed to them the hands and the feet. 41While and not believing of them from the joy, and were wondering, he said to them: Have you anything eatable here? 42They and gave to him of a fish broiled a piece, and from a honey comb. 43And having taken, in presence of them he eat. 44He said and to them: These the words, which I spoke to you, while being with you, that must to be fulfilled all the things having been written in the law of Moses, and prophets, and psalms concerning me. 45Then he opened of them the mind, of the to understand the writings; 46and he said to them: That thus it is written, and thus it behooved to have suffered the Anointed, and to stand up out of dead ones in the third day, 47and to be proclaimed in the name of him reformation and forgiveness of sins to all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem. 48You and are witnesses of these. 49And lo, I send forth the promise of the Father of me on you; you but remain you in the city, till you may be clothed power from on high. 50He led and them out even to Bethany; and having lifted up the hands of himself, be blessed them. 51And it happened in the to bless him them, he stood apart from them, and was carried up into the heaven. 52And they having prostrated to him, returned to Jerusalem with joy great; 53and were continually in the temple, praising and blessing the God.
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