Posts Tagged ‘The road to Emmaus’

Luke 24:13-35 We Walked With Jesus!

So simple, yet so profound!

I love this story and Luke is the only one of the four gospel writers who shares it with us. This story doesn’t involve any of Jesus’ called disciples, but two of His followers. We get to know the name of only one of these men, Cleopas, but both were blessed by a personal in depth teaching by their risen Savior.

When I Googled this story I noticed a YouTube link for a dramatized version of it. I watched the first two renditions before moving on. In both of the versions the men in the story were fleeing Jerusalem and trying not to be recognized as Jesus’ followers. The second rendition had them planning out what they would say if they were questioned. Their words came pretty close to denying they knew Him, in my opinion. I don’t think that is why these men were on the road at all. Read more »