Modern Literal Version

[Mark 16]

     {Mar 16:1-8 & Mat 28:1-8 & Luk 24:1-8, 12 & Joh 20:1-10 Dawn and very early Sun.}

     16:1 And after the Sabbath had elapsed, Mary the Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Salome bought spices, in order that after they went there, they might anoint him. 16:2 And exceedingly early in the morning on the first day of the week, they are coming upon the tombafter the sun rose. 16:3 And they were saying to themselves, Who will be rolling away the stone from the door of the tomb for us? 16:4 And having looked up, they view that the stone has been rolled away; for* it was extremely great. 16:5 And having entered into the tomb, they saw a young-man sitting at the right side, having been dressed in a white robe, and they were utterly amazed.

     16:6 Now he says to them, Do* not be utterly amazed. You* are seeking Jesus, the Nazarene, who has been crucified. He was raised. He is not here. Behold, the place where they had placed him. 16:7 But proceed* away; say* to his disciples and Peter, He precedes you* into Galilee. You*will be seeing him there, like he said to you*. 16:8 And they went out and fled from the tomb. Now trembling and astonishment were holding them, and they said nothing to anyone; for* they were afraid.

     {Mar 16:9-11 & Mat 28:9-10 & Luk 24:9-11 & Joh 20:11-18.}

     16:9 Now having risen* in the morning on the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary the Magdalene, from whom he had cast out seven demons. 16:10 That one traveling on, she reported to those who came* with him, who were mourning and weeping. 16:11 And after they heard that he is alive and was seen by her, they disbelieved.

     {Mat 28:11-15 Sun. Morning.}

     {Mar 16:12-13 & Luk 24:13-35 & 1Co 15:5 Sun. Afternoon.}

     16:12 Now after these things, he was manifested in a different form to two out of them whilethey are walking, traveling into the rural-area. 16:13 And they went away and reported it to the rest,but they did not believe those men.

     {Mar 16:14 & Luk 24:36-43 & Joh 20:19-25 Sun. Evening.}

     16:14 Later, while reclining at a meal, he was manifested to the eleven themselves and he reproached their unbelief and hardness of heart, because they did not believe those who saw him, that he had been raised.

     {Joh 20:26-31 & 1Co 15:5 Sun. after the resurrection.}{Joh 21:1-25 Sea of Galilee.}{Mat 28:16-17 & 1Co 15:6 Mountain in Galilee.}

     {Mar 16:15-18 & Mat 28:18-20 & Luk 24:46-47 Mountain in Galilee; The Great Commission.}

     16:15 And he said to them, When traveling into all the world, preach* the good-news to all creation. 16:16He who believes and is immersed* will be saved, but he who disbelieves {Or: disobeys} will be condemned.

     16:17Now these signs will be following those who believed: they will be casting out demons in my name; they will be speaking in new languages; 16:18they will be lifting up serpents and even if they drink anything deadly, it should never harm them; they will lay hands upon the sick and they will be well.

     {Luk 24:44-49 & Acts 1:3-8 & 1Co 15:7 Jerusalem.}

     {Mar 16:19-20 & Luk 24:50-53 & Acts 1:9-12 Olivet, between Jerusalem and Bethany.}

     16:19 Therefore indeed, the Lord, after he spoke to them, was received up into heaven and sat down at the right hand of God. 16:20 Now those apostles went forth and preached everywhere, the Lord working together with them, and confirming the word through the signs which are following them. Amen.

{{ Introduction to Luke 60-62 AD

    The Good-news account by Luke was written from a historian's point of view to Theophilus, Gentiles, and people everywhere. This doctor, a close friend of Paul, a Greek and Gentile Christian and the only Gentile writer in the New Testament was very specific when describing when and where things took place. As such, Luke is the most detail-oriented of the four Good-news accounts. Beginning with the miraculous birth of John (a relative of Jesus) and Jesus' own birth six months later, Luke reveals the life of Jesus in a very orderly manner. Luke demonstrates how the Holy Spirit promotes belief in Jesus as the Son of God in an accurate account of the life of Christ presenting Christ as the perfect human savior. Luke also influences his readers through various elements of a narrative text of Scripture that is written from Rome or possibly Caesarea. A key verse in Luke is 19: 9, 10 and our Lord and Savior's mission to save mankind. Luke stresses the Saviors relationship with people. It is in this biography of Jesus that we see Jesus foretelling the completion of the Old Testament in the lifetime of the people to whom He spoke (Luke 20:21-22). Jesus' final instructions to His apostles, after His resurrection, were 'Repentance and forgiveness of sins should be preached in My name to all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem' (Luke 24:47, shown in Acts 2:38). Luke also wrote Acts: The Book of Conversions.}}

Modern Literal Version Preface & Appendix , copyright 1999, 2014 by G. Allen Walker for the MLV New Testament Committee.
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