When Did Mary Saw Jesus After His Resurrection?

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is one of the most significant events in Christian history. It signifies the ultimate triumph over death and the beginning of a new era for humanity.

One of the most compelling stories from this event is when Mary saw Jesus after his resurrection. This encounter is not only an essential part of Christian doctrine, but it also serves as a source of inspiration and hope for millions worldwide.

According to the Gospel accounts, Mary Magdalene was one of Jesus’ most devoted followers. She was present at his crucifixion, burial, and was one of the first people to visit his tomb after his death. It is during this visit that she discovered that Jesus’ body was missing, which led her to believe that someone had stolen it.

However, her confusion turned into amazement when she encountered two angels sitting in the tomb. The angels informed her that Jesus had risen from the dead and asked her why she was crying. At this point, Mary still did not recognize that she was talking to angels and thought they were simply gardeners.

It wasn’t until Jesus himself appeared before her that she realized what had happened. In John 20:14-16 (NIV), it says:

“At this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, but she did not realize that it was Jesus.

He asked her, “Woman, why are you crying Who is it you are looking for”

Thinking he was the gardener, she said, “Sir if you have carried him away tell me where you have put him and I will get him.”

Jesus said to her, “Mary.”

She turned toward him and cried out in Aramaic, “Rabboni!” (which means Teacher).”

This encounter between Mary and Jesus is both powerful and emotional. For Mary Magdalene seeing Jesus alive again must have been a mixture of shock, joy, and relief. It must have been an overwhelming experience to see someone who had died just a few days earlier, now standing in front of her very much alive.

In conclusion, the story of Mary Magdalene and Jesus’ resurrection is one of the most significant events in Christian history. It serves as a reminder that no matter how bleak things may seem, there is always hope for a better tomorrow.

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