11 But their words seemed unto them as a feigned thing, neither believed they them.

12 (A)[a]Then arose Peter and ran unto the sepulcher, and [b]looked in and saw the linen clothes laid by themselves, and departed wondering in himself at that which was come to pass.

13 (B)[c]And behold two of them went that same day to a town which was from Jerusalem about threescore furlongs, called Emmaus.

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Footnotes

  1. Luke 24:12 Christ useth the incredulity of his disciples, to the fuller setting forth of the truth of his resurrection, lest they should seem to have believed that too lightly, which they preached afterward to all the world.
  2. Luke 24:12 As it were holding down his head, and bowing his neck, looked diligently in.
  3. Luke 24:13 The resurrection is proved by two other witnesses, which saw it, and that it was no forged thing framed of purpose in their own brains, all the circumstances do declare.

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