7 edition of Their Hearts Burned: Walking with Jesus Along the Emmaus Road found in the catalog.
November 21, 2006
by Monarch Books
Written in English
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The Road to Emmaus Bible story is the first of three resurrection appearances found in Luke. In which, two men are traveling to Emmaus just days after the crucifixion of Jesus when a third man "drew near to them." Together they walked and discussed the life of Jesus of Nazareth and how he may still be alive after his tomb was found empty. Always, they cause our hearts to burn within us as we realize that it is Jesus joining us in the midst of such conversations, bringing his wisdom as we walk along together. ©Ruth Haley Barton, This article is adapted from Life Together in Christ: Experiencing Transformation in .
Luke New Living Translation (NLT) The Walk to Emmaus. 13 That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles  from Jerusalem. 14 As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened. 15 As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them. 16 But God kept them from . Their hearts leap for joy. They seem to be in a new world. Christ is a living Saviour. They no longer mourn over Him as dead. Christ is risen—over and over again they repeat it. This is the message they are carrying to the sorrowing ones. They must tell them the wonderful story of the walk to Emmaus. They must tell who joined them by the way.
In this powerful text, wants to encourage you and me today that if we follow him during and through this pandemic we too will rise up for our hearts will burn with the hope that Jesus is alive and that even in the face of great challenges in this pandemic great obstacles in this crisis, Jesus will show up and Jesus will lift us up but for our hearts to. The account of these two disciple’s walk to the town of Emmaus begins a developing theme. The opportunity to personally experience Christ. Their encounter with Jesus began with Heart Break, which lead to Heart Searching and concluded with Heart Burning! The account of these two disciple’s walk to the town of Emmaus begins a developing theme.
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At the end of Luke's gospel two disciples, as they walked toward the village of Emmaus, met a man who explained to them how the whole of the Old Testament spoke of Jesus. When he left them they asked one another, "Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked?".
Their Hearts Burned: Walking with Jesus Along the Emmaus Road: An Excursion Through the Old Testament Paperback – Novem by Kevin O'Donnell (Author)Author: Kevin O'Donnell. Luke says that late in the day that Jesus rose from the tomb, two disciples were walking eleven kilometres to Emmaus. Who were the disciples.
Scripture names only one, Cleopas, but many assume the other was his wife, Mary, whom John’s Gospel records being near Mary Magdalene,and Mary the mother of Jesus at the foot of the cross (John ).
If you, like the disciples on the Emmaus road, are going through a time in the wilderness, then to see how the pattern of world history is woven together is a comfort and strength. Their Hearts Burned by Kevin O'Donnell was published by Lion Hudson in November and is our th best seller.
The Emmaus road experience is a well-known story This is such a gripping story because it is in many ways our own story when we loose hope and the desire to move on because our dreams have been crushed. This story highlights the living hope that we have in the Resurrection of Jesus.
The Emmaus story in the Bible is quite remarkable. Two of Jesus’ disciples were walking along the road to a town called Emmaus (our namesake). As they were going along, they were talking about Jesus entering Jerusalem a little over a week before. Continuing, they talked about Jesus’ trial in the middle of the night, his abuse at the hands of the Sanhedrin and the Romans.
From Broken Hearts to Burning Hearts Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. They started their journey to Emmaus with broken hearts.
But it wasn’t too long before their broken hearts began burning with promise and joy. They said to each other, "Didn't our hearts burn within us while he was speaking with us on the road, while he was explaining the scriptures to us?" New Heart English Bible And they said to one another, "Weren't our hearts burning within us, while he spoke to us along the way, and while he opened the Scriptures to us?".
13 That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened.
15 As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them. 16 But God kept them from recognizing him. Two disciples are walking to Emmaus and sadly discussing the events leading to and Jesus' crucifixion.
A stranger joins them and tells them of all the promises in the Bible including Jesus' resurrection. The disciples invite the stranger to stay for the night and are delighted when they realize the stranger is the Jesus risen from the dead pins.
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Two men traveling on the road to Emmaus: 13 Now behold, two of them were traveling that same day to a village called Emmaus, which was seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 And they talked together of all these things which had happened. 15 So it was, while they conversed and reasoned, that Jesus Himself drew near and went with them.
followers of Jesus were trudging along a dusty road, walking seven miles from Jerusalem to Emmaus, and the risen Christ joined them on their journey. At first Jesus was incognito; his resurrection glory was hidden behind the face of a stranger. That’s what this book is about. That’s what Jesus is talking about on the road; something like this.
It’s a great story. It’s why it says that it “made their hearts burn within them.” There was a rising melody in their hearts that it is true, the Gospel is true, and little by little they were beginning to see it. Christ’s encounter with Luke and Cleopas on the road to Emmaus is described by Luke himself in the twenty-fourth chapter of his Gospel.
If you come to Matins on Sunday, you will have heard it many times. The Sunday Matins Gospels generally rotate through eleven different Gospels describing incidents after the resurrection of Jesus.
Walking with Jesus. May 4, Luke LK Now that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 They were talking with each other about everything that had happened. 15 As they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus himself came up and walked along with them; 16 but they were kept from recognizing him.
The Walk to Emmaus. 13 That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles[ a] from Jerusalem. 14 As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened. 15 As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them.
16 But God kept them from recognizing him. Now He was walking along the road. Two of His disciples were walking too, on their way to their home in the nearby village of Emmaus. He asked them what they were talking about.
They replied, what do you mean, what are we talking about. We are talking about what everybody is talking about. Don’t you know. Have you not heard. The teacher, Jesus from Nazareth, was crucified on Friday. In this rather long passage, Luke narrates the story of a walk from Jerusalem to the nearby town of Emmaus, culminating in an appearance of Jesus himself.
As you read and study this passage, look for what Jesus is seeking to drive home to his disciples, here represented by his two travelling companions.
According to the New Testament, the road to Emmaus appearance is one of the early resurrection appearances of Jesus after his crucifixion and the discovery of the empty tomb. Both the meeting on the road to Emmaus and the subsequent supper at Emmaus, depicting the meal that Jesus had with two disciples after the encounter on the road, have been popular subjects in art.
The road to Emmaus has long been one of my favorite stories in the Gospels because I love the model of Jesus simply walking with two disciples as they grieve, but they don’t recognize him.
They spend the whole day with him and their eyes are only opened at the breaking of the bread and then he is gone. They got up and immediately ran back to Jerusalem and told the disciples how their hearts had burned within them as Jesus had talked with them on the road.
I can imagine them shouting out to the eleven, “It’s true! The Lord has risen” (v). Jesus had talked with them along the road – they knew He was alive.
Luke included the Emmaus road account (Luke ), no doubt, because it was a powerful testimony of the resurrected Jesus by two credible eyewitnesses (Cleopas likely would have been known to many first generation Christians).
But there is also something valuable to see in how Jesus chose to reveal himself to these sad, cynical disciples. ***.