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Was It His Resurrection Body

Considering the resurrection, was Jesus raised in his natural body (the one he died with and in? Or was he raised in a glorified body? What body did Mary see in the garden?

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There is another not may folks talk about. Luke 7:14-15 And he (Jesus) came and touched the bier: (coffin NASB) and they that bare him stood still. And he said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise. 15 And he that was dead sat up, and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother.
---denna7667 on 9/15/07


It was His physical body. The proof is when Jesus told Thomas in John 20:27 Then He said to Thomas, "Reach here with your finger, and see My hands, and reach here your hand and put it into My side, and do not be unbelieving, but believing."

Those will also be the only scars believers will see in heaven.
---denna7667 on 9/7/07


andrea, do you have a bible. please read this with me. Luke 24:39 Jesus had appeared to his apostles after his resurrection. Behold my hands and my feet that it is I myself. Handle me and see for a spirit hath not flesh and bones as ye see me have. KJV. John 20:27 just for Thomas. Reach hither thy finger and behold my hands. reach hither thy hand and thrust it into my side. No one touched Jesus, what bible do you read. that proves another lie of yours false.
---lori on 9/7/07


ashley is correct. people deny so many scriptures nowadays. Yes, our bodies die but our spirits are eternal. Jesus said in John 10:34 have I not said ye are Gods and also that we are sons and daughters of God. Be ye perfect even as your father is in heaven. I guess he wrote all those things just to fill the pages of the bible and they were all lies to deceive people reading the bible. You either believe the whole bible or you don't. Jesus is the Christ or he isn't. you choose.
---Lori on 9/7/07


Ashley - Jesus did not leave His body in the tomb - He is alive - Your body, my body will rot in the ground till Christ comes. We will not become god as your church(cult) teaches.
The need to tell others they are lying stems from defending the indefensiveble.
see - Joseph Smith lied dot com
---Andrea on 9/7/07




Ashley said,"Jesus appeared to his apostles and let them feel the wounds for themselves."(This statement is wrong, no one touched Jesus). Please read the Bible closely Ashley, you might want to correct this next thought.
" does no one ever read/to bible anymore to learn truth and see the lies and hypocrisy of man many teach in churches."
---ashley on 9/3/07
---mima on 9/7/07


greetings.What do men call a glorified body?
What is it's substance?
---earl on 9/3/07


Catherine. look up Matt 3:13-17. then say they are one person. that is one example of hundreds proving they are different people. Jesus appeared to his apostles and let them feel the wounds for themselves. He said fear not, for a spirit doesn't have flesh and bones as ye see me have after his resurrection from the dead. why people still deny that defies logic. does no one ever read the bible anymore to learn truth and see the lies and hypocrisy of man many teach in churches.
---ashley on 9/3/07


Mary saw the Glory of God in the resurection of Jesus but he had not ascended yet (do not touch me)so it looked like the body that was nailed to the cross.
---jody_martin on 9/2/07


Following up on some blog. Jesus went back to the Father. God is spirit. God is also a Person. The Person of the Holy Spirit. One God. And Jesus is God. On this earth Jesus was God incarnate.>>>We do not worship Jesus separate from God. That would be worshiping two gods. One God talks to me, but not until after I got saved by the Blood of Christ. If you believe that you hear from another god, my friend, that is your vain imagination.
---catherine on 9/2/07




Jesus did not leave His body in the tomb - He still had His body with the scars on it. When we get resurrected we get spiritual bodies and we'll be able to eat but we will not marry.
---Andrea on 9/1/07


I just love questions on the resurrection because Satan hates that doctrine so much. Mary looks into the Sepulcher weeping. 2. She turns around and sees Jesus, but mistakes Him for the gardener. 3. Jesus: "Woman, why are you weeping, Whom are you seeking"? 4. Jesus rebukes them for their unbelief and [expounds the Old Testament Messianic] passage to them, beginning with Moses. 5. Jesus suddenly vanishes from their sight. Cont.
---catherine on 9/1/07


Cont. Jesus suddenly vanishes from their sight. 6. Handle me, and see, for a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see I have". However, it was not limited by gravity or restricted by time, nor will our resurrected bodies be. Did the resurrected Christ appear before any unsaved individuals? According to Matthew 23: 37-39 it would seem He did not. All sixty six biblical books presents a glimpse of this marvelous and mighty Messiah. Jesus is both Lord and Christ and God incarnate,
---catherine on 9/1/07


People are so naive on here. The resurrection is the reuniting of our spirit and immortal body. Still flesh and bones. if not, there is no way in the world the apostles could have felt the wounds in the Savior's hands and feet. You cannot touch a spirit. if you say Jesus was a spirit, you deny Jesus is the Christ. He said feel the wounds for a spirit does not have a body of flesh and bones as you see me have. Go ahead, argue that now and say he was wrong.
---Lori on 8/31/07


#2:

Why do you think the angels rolled aside the stone? It wasn't to release a physically resuscitated but otherwise entrapped Jesus. It was to show He was not there, as He had passed through the tomb without breaking its seals in His glorified body.
---Jack on 8/31/07


He was raised in His glorified body. That's why Mary Magdalene and the two who walked with HIm on the way to Emmaus didn't recognize Him at first.
---Jack on 8/31/07


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Mrs. Morgan I believe this statement is wrong."Later after being glorified, Jesus appeared to the Disciples, He had His glorified body, glorified flesh, but, the same sinless/divine blood." God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 8/28/0
Where is blood mentioned in this scripture ?
"Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see, for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have." Jesus had already taken his blood to heaven and left it there!!
---Mima on 8/29/07


It was his natural body. Cause when he came to Mary he told her to touch him not because he hadn't ascended to his Father yet. And the disciples didn't believe him, like Thomas. He doubted that it was Jesus until he seen the nailed scarred hands.
---Rebecca_D on 8/29/07


Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, and the little girl named Tabitha, they didn't have glorified bodies. What did Jesus do after He rose from the dead? (Hebrews 9:12), has the the answer. Jesus told Mary, touch Me not, for I have not yet been glorified. Some will say, flesh and blood can't get into Heaven, but we are talking about God/Jesus, and with Him ALL things are possible.
---Mrs._Morgan on 8/28/07


(2.)Later after being glorified, Jesus appeared to the Disciples, He had His glorified body, glorified flesh, but, the same sinless/divine blood. God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 8/28/07


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In the Gospel of John 20:17, the Lord told Mary not to touch Him for I am not yet ascended to my Father. I did some research on the word "hold" as used in this verse. Hold is used in this verse as "haptomai" meaning "to hold on". So apparently He had ascended to His Father before the appearance to the disciples in the house. Mary had to see Him in His natural body and the disciples saw Him in His glorified body.
---Cynthia on 8/28/07


Good Question Mirma

If you are asking did Jesus glorified body look different in appearence compared to his natural body the answer is No. When Jesus appeared in the Upper Room he still had his scarrs from the Crusifiction. When Jesus returns in Glory he will still have the scarrs from the crucifiction.
---Marcia on 8/28/07


greetings.The empty tomb suggests the body of Jesus was resurected but what did the human eye not see taking place beyond human vision?Mark's gospel states another form was Jesus in.And,Why did Jesus tell Mary not to touch him?Ordinarily would Mary be permitted to give him a hug and wash his feet?Jesus is said to appear and dissappear.Can a human body do that?What kind ?Did Thomas touch Jesus or was he denied as Mary was.If he was not denied why was Mary denied?
---earl on 8/28/07


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