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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE - Chapter 24 - Verse 31

Verse 31. Their eyes were opened. The obscurity was removed. They saw him to be the Messiah. Their doubts were gone, and they saw clearly that he was risen, and was truly, as they had long hoped, the Saviour of men. It is not meant that they were before blind, but that they did not know till then who he was.

He vanished out of their sight. He suddenly departed. It does not appear that there was anything miraculous in this, but, during their surprise, he took the opportunity suddenly to withdraw from them.

{2} "vanished" or, "ceased to be seen of them"

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