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Luke 24

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1 On the very first day of the week, very early, carrying the prepared aromas, they came to the sepulcher, and with them some others;
2 but they found the stone rolled away from the tomb.
3 And going in, they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus.
4 When they were perplexed about this, two men suddenly appeared before them in shining robes.
5 And when they were in fear and bowed their faces to the earth, they said to them: Why are you looking for the living between the dead?
6 He is not here: He has risen; remember how He told you when he was still in Galilee,
7 saying that the Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of sinners, and be crucified, and rise on the third day.
eight And they remembered his words;
nine and, returning from the sepulcher, they announced all this to the eleven and to all the rest.
ten They were Mary Magdalene, and John, and Mary, [the mother] of Jacob, and others with them, who spoke of this to the Apostles.
eleven And their words seemed empty to them, and they did not believe them.
12 But Peter, getting up, ran to the tomb and, bending over, saw only the shrouds lying, and went back, wondering at what had happened.

13 On the same day, two of them went to a village sixty-fourth distant from Jerusalem, called Emmaus;
fourteen and talked among themselves about all these events.
fifteen And when they talked and reasoned among themselves, and Jesus Himself, drawing near, went with them.
16 But their eyes were kept, so that they did not recognize Him.
17 But he said to them: what are you going to talk about among you, and why are you sad?
18 One of them, in the name of Cleopas, answered him: Do you really not one of those who came to Jerusalem know what happened in him these days?
19 And he said to them: What? They told him: what happened to Jesus of Nazareth, who was a prophet, strong in deed and word before God and all the people;
20 as our chief priests and rulers betrayed him to condemn death, and crucified him.
21 But we hoped that He was the One who must deliver Israel; but with all that, it’s already the third day now, as it happened.
22 But some of our women amazed us: they were early at the tomb
23 and they did not find his body, and when they came, they said that they had also seen the appearance of the angels, who said that he was alive.
24 And some of ours went to the sepulcher and found as the women said, but they did not see him.
25 Then He said to them: Oh, senseless and slow in heart, to believe everything that the prophets predicted!
26 Was it not right for Christ to suffer and enter into His glory?
27 And starting from Moses, of all the prophets he explained to them what was said about him in all of Scripture.
28 And they approached the village in which they were going; and He showed them that he wanted to go further.
29th But they restrained Him, saying: stay with us, because the day is already leaning towards evening. And He went in and stayed with them.
thirty And when He reclined with them, taking bread, he blessed, broke, and served them.
31 Then their eyes opened, and they recognized Him. But He became invisible to them.
32 And they said to each other: did not our heart burn in us when He spoke to us on the road and when He explained the Scriptures to us?
33 And rising at the same hour, they returned to Jerusalem and found together the eleven [apostles] and those who were with them,
34 who said that the Lord had truly risen and appeared to Simon.
35 And they talked about what happened on the way, and how He was recognized by them in breaking bread.

36 When they spoke of this, Jesus Himself stood in the midst of them and said to them: Peace be unto you.
37 Embarrassed and frightened, they thought they saw the spirit.
38 But He said to them: Why are you embarrassed, and why such thoughts enter your hearts?
39 Look at My hands and at My feet; it is I myself; touch me and consider; for the spirit of flesh and bones does not have, as you see from Me.
40 And having said this, he showed them hands and feet.
41 When they still did not believe in joy and wondered, He said to them: Do you have any food here?
42 They served him a portion of baked fish and honeycomb.
43 And taking it, he ate before them.
44 And he said to them: this is what I told you about, while still being with you, that everything that was written about Me in the Law of Moses and in the prophets and psalms should be fulfilled.
45 Then he opened his mind to the understanding of the Scriptures.
46 And he said unto them: It is so written, and so it was fitting for Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead on the third day,
47 and preached to be in the name of His repentance and forgiveness of sins in all nations, beginning with Jerusalem.
48 You are witnesses to this.
49 And I will send the promise of My Father to you; you remain in the city of Jerusalem until you are clothed with power from above.

50 And he brought them out [out of the city] to Bethany, and, raising His hands, blessed them.
51 And when he blessed them, he began to move away from them and ascend to heaven.
52 They bowed to Him and returned to Jerusalem with great joy.
53 And they were always in the temple, glorifying and blessing God. Amen.

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