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Resurrection Appearances Of Jesus

When Jesus made His Resurrection appearances, did He disquise Himself or was He just in His resurrection body and therefore looked alittle different? Why would He look different or disquise Himself?

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First off, there is no Q in "disguise."

Apparently there was some subtle change in His resurrected glorified body, because Mary Magdalene and the disciples on the road to Emmaus didn't recognize Him at first.
---Jack on 11/17/07


"He would gradually wean them from His bodily presence, which they depended too much upon].
---catherine on 3/27/07"
Agree with you catherine! John 14:20: "At that day ye shall know that I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you."
Matthew 25:35: "For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: 36: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me."
---Nana on 3/28/07


At first Jesus disciples did not know that it was Him. He has a Resurrected body. We are not told whether Thomas put His finger into the print of the nails. We must believe His Diety that He is God. Not a man made God, but God made man. I cannot find anything on how His Resurrected body looked. Jesus was able to walk into a room though the doors was locked. He is still able. [He would gradually wean them from His bodily presence, which they depended too much upon].
---catherine on 3/27/07


" By repenting, obeying the commandments of God, being baptized, we have a chance to return to God's kingdom. That is not a given. The judgment will reveal all.
---Ashley on 3/26/07
How does this statement stack up against what Paul said in ACTS 16:31 in answer to the question Sirs, what must I do to be saved?
"And they said,BELIEVE ON THE LORD JESUS CHRIST, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house."
---Mima on 3/27/07


The reason Jesus told Mary Magdalene not to touch him was because she was corrupt, he on the other hand was raised incorrupt and her touch would have corrupted him. When the disciples saw him he had already been to his father and had presented himself non-corruptible, and so their touch could no longer corrupt him.
---Mima on 3/27/07




What would you look like if you came back in your Resurrected body? He did not disquise Himself. He was in His Resurrected body. His disciples at first did not recogize Him. But then they did. They were afraid to say anything to Him because they did not want to appear stupid.
---catherine on 3/26/07


It should be interesting to see what people write here. Jesus Christ was resurrected with a perfected body of flesh and bones. His apostles and others felt His hands and His feet so they knew He was not a spirit. He had completed the work of the Father. He was born, crucified, resurrected and paid the price for our sins. By repenting, obeying the commandments of God, being baptized, we have a chance to return to God's kingdom. That is not a given. The judgment will reveal all.
---Ashley on 3/26/07


greetings.Jesus said to Mary,"I have not yet ascended to my Father".Jesus had not returned to his original spirit form and yet was not inhabiting his mortal form but the form he was inhabiting after his resurection and prior to his leave to the throne in his Father's throne was visible and Jesus' voice was unmistakable to all who knew his voice.It is interesting that Jesus forbid Mary to touch him.Would Mary's fear turn to panic if she tried and failed to to touch his form?
---earl on 3/26/07


No Jesus didn't disquise himself. When people first saw him, after the resurrection, they haven't seen anyone in their gloryfied body. Mary didn't reconize Jesus. He looked different because he was in his gloryfied body, as we will.
---Rebecca_D on 3/26/07


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