The Road to Emmaus – Luke 24:13-35

After Jesus died, his disciples were left alone, bereft of their leader, mocked by their people and generally in a state of fear and despair.

While traveling from Jerusalem to Emmaus, two of those disciples encountered a strange man on the road who appeared oblivious to all that had gone on. They took it upon themselves to educate him, when in fact, it was He who would open their hearts to the truth.

Click to play the message and open your heart this Easter to the burst of faith that these two experienced in the breaking of the bread.

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1 Response to The Road to Emmaus – Luke 24:13-35

  1. Terry Kemper says:

    Great homily reminding me of Jesus’ presence in my daily life and the need to recognize it.

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