Cleopas & The Glory Of Jesus (Glory To Glory)

“The name Cleopas: Summary

Meaning Glory Of The Father Glory Of Everything Etymology From (1) the verb κλεω (kleo), to tell of or make famous, and (2) the noun πατηρ (pater), father.From (1) the verb κλεω (kleo), to tell of or make famous, and (2) the adjective πας (pas), all. (https://www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Cleopas.html)”

Luke 24:13-37 (TPT)

Jesus Walks to Emmaus

13 Later that same day, two of Jesus’ disciples were walking from Jerusalem to Emmaus,[a] a journey of about seventeen miles. 14–15 They were in the midst of a discussion about all the events of the last few days when Jesus walked up and accompanied them in their journey. 16 They were unaware that it was actually Jesus walking alongside them, for God prevented them from recognizing him.

17–18 Jesus said to them, “You seem to be in a deep discussion about something. What are you talking about, so sad and gloomy?”

They stopped, and the one named Cleopas[b] answered, “Haven’t you heard? Are you the only one in Jerusalem unaware of the things that have happened over the last few days?”

19 Jesus asked, “What things?”

“The things about Jesus, the man from Nazareth,” they replied. “He was a mighty prophet of God who performed miracles and wonders. His words were powerful and he had great favor with God and the people. 20–21 But three days ago the high priest and the rulers of the people sentenced him to death and had him crucified. We had all hoped that he was the one who would redeem and rescue Israel. 22 Early this morning, some of the women informed us of something amazing. 23 They said they went to the tomb and found it empty. They claimed two angels appeared and told them that Jesus is now alive. 24 Some of us went to see for ourselves and found the tomb exactly as the women had said. But no one has seen him.”

25 Jesus said to them, “Why are you so thick-headed? Why do you find it so hard to believe every word the prophets have spoken? 26 Wasn’t it necessary for the Messiah to experience all these sufferings and afterward to enter into his glory?”

27 And beginning with Moses and all the prophets he carefully unveiled to them the revelation of himself throughout the Scriptures.

28 As they approached the village, Jesus walked on ahead, telling them he was going on to a distant place. 29 They urged him to remain there with them and pleaded, “Stay with us. It will be dark soon.” So Jesus went with them into the village.

30 Joining them at the table for supper, he took bread and blessed it and broke it, then gave it to them. 31 All at once their eyes were opened and they realized he was Jesus! Then suddenly, in a flash, Jesus vanished from before their eyes!

32 Stunned, they looked at each other and said, “Why didn’t we recognize him? Didn’t our hearts burn with the flames of holy passion[c] while we walked beside him? He unveiled for us such profound revelation from the Scriptures!”

33 They left at once and hurried back to Jerusalem to tell the other disciples. When they found the Eleven and the other disciples all together, 34 they overheard them saying, “It’s really true! The Lord has risen from the dead. He even appeared to Peter!” 35 Then the two disciples told the others what had happened to them on the road to Emmaus and how Jesus had unveiled himself in the breaking of bread.[d]

Jesus Appears to the Disciples

36–37 While they were still discussing all of this, Jesus suddenly appeared right in front of their eyes! Startled and terrified, the disciples were convinced they were seeing a ghost. Standing there among them he said, “Be at peace. I am the living God. Don’t be afraid.[e]

Philippians 2:5-11 (TPT)

And consider the example that Jesus, the Anointed One, has set before us. Let his mindset become your motivation.

The Example of Jesus Christ

He existed in the form of God, yet he gave no thought to seizing equality with God as his supreme prize.[a]7 Instead he emptied himself of his outward glory by reducing himself to the form of a lowly servant. He became human! He humbled himself and became vulnerable, choosing to be revealed as a man and was obedient.[b] He was a perfect example, even in his death—a criminal’s death by crucifixion![c]

Because of that obedience, God exalted him and multiplied his greatness! He has now been given the greatest of all names!

10 The authority of the name of Jesus causes every knee to bow in reverence! Everything and everyone will one day submit to this name—in the heavenly realm, in the earthly realm, and in the demonic realm.[d]11 And every tongue will proclaim in every language: “Jesus Christ is Lord Yahweh,”[e] bringing glory and honor to God, his Father![f]

Also Read: Victory Walkers @Communion Table: Walking Out Of Death Through The Power Of Life


Be Blessed!

Timothy S. Lewis

S.T.W.R.N -INTL

Hebrews 13:20-21 (TPT)

Apostolic Blessing and Conclusion

20 Now may the God who brought us peace by raising from the dead our Lord Jesus Christ so that he would be the Great Shepherd of his flock; and by the power of the blood of the eternal covenant 21 may he work perfection into every part of you giving you all that you need to fulfill your destiny. And may he express through you all that is excellent and pleasing[a] to him through your life-union with Jesus the Anointed One who is to receive all glory forever! Amen! Read full chapter


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