The first day of the weekcomethMaryMagdaleneearly, when it wasyetdark,unto the sepulchre,andseeth the stone taken awayfrom the sepulchre.
Then she runneth, andcomethtoSimonPeter,andto the otherdisciple,whomJesusloved, andsaith unto them, They have taken away the Lord out of the sepulchre,and we knownotwhere they have laidhim.
Petertherefore went forth, and that otherdisciple,andcameto the sepulchre.
So they ranbothtogether:and the otherdisciple did outrun*Peter,andcamefirstto the sepulchre.
And he stooping down, and looking in, saw the linen clotheslying; yet went henotin.
ThencomethSimonPeterfollowinghim,andwentinto the sepulchre,andseeth the linen clotheslie,
And the napkin,thatwasabouthishead,notlyingwith the linen clothes,but wrapped togetherin a place by itself*.
Thenwentinalso that otherdisciple,whichcamefirstto the sepulchre,and he saw, andbelieved.
For as yet they knewnot the scripture,thathemust rise againfrom the dead.
Then the disciples went awayagainunto their own home.
ButMarystoodwithoutat the sepulchreweeping: andas she wept, she stooped down, and looked into the sepulchre,
Andseethtwoangelsinwhitesitting, the oneat the head,and the otherat the feet,where the body of Jesus had lain.
Andtheysay unto her,Woman,why weepest thou? She saith unto them,Because they have taken awaymyLord,and I knownotwhere they have laidhim.
And when she hadthussaid, she turnedherselfback,andsawJesusstanding, andknewnotthat it wasJesus.
Jesussaith unto her,Woman,why weepest thou? whom seekest thou?She,supposing* him to be the gardener,saith unto him,Sir,ifthou have bornehimhence, tellmewhere thou hast laidhim, and I will takehimaway.
Jesussaith unto her,Mary.Sheturned herself, and saith unto him,Rabboni;which is to say, Master.
Jesussaith unto her,Touchmenot;for I am not yetascendedtomyFather:butgotomybrethren,andsay unto them, I ascend untomyFather,andyourFather;and to myGod,andyourGod.
MaryMagdalenecame and told the disciplesthat she had seen the Lord,and that he had spoken these things unto her.
Then the sameday at evening,being the first day of the week,when the doors were shutwhere the discipleswereassembledforfear of the Jews,cameJesusandstoodin the midst,andsaith unto them,Peace be unto you.
And when he hadsosaid, he shewed unto them his handsandhisside.Thenwere the disciplesglad, when they saw the Lord.
ThensaidJesus to themagain,Peace be unto you:as my Father hath sentme, even sosendIyou.
And when he had saidthis, he breathed on them, andsaith unto them,Receive ye the HolyGhost:
Whosesoeversins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; and whosesoever sins ye retain, they are retained.
ButThomas,oneof the twelve,calledDidymus,wasnotwiththemwhenJesuscame.
The otherdisciplesthereforesaid unto him, We have seen the Lord.But he said unto them,Except I shall seeinhishands the print of the nails,andputmyfingerinto the print of the nails,andthrustmyhandintohisside, I willnotbelieve.
Andaftereightdaysagainhisdiscipleswerewithin,andThomaswiththem: then cameJesus, the doors being shut, andstoodin the midst,andsaid, Peace be unto you.
Then saith he to Thomas,Reachhitherthyfinger,andbeholdmyhands;and reach hitherthyhand,andthrust it intomyside:andbenotfaithless,butbelieving.