On the first Palm Sunday Jesus entered Jerusalem four days before the Passover lambs were slain. He was the Passover Lamb of God. When He saw the city He wept because they rejected Him, God’s Son and their Savior.
The Lord Jesus opens the understanding of His disciples so that they could comprehend the Scriptures. He then led them out of Jerusalem and then blessed them, ascending to heaven as they worshiped Him.
Jesus appears to the disciples who were behind closed doors as they were trying to take in reports of His resurrection and appearances. Now Jesus Himself appears to them, eats before them, and expounds the Scripture to them.
The risen Christ joined two disciples as they walked the road to Emmaus from Jerusalem, but they did not recognize Him until after reaching Emmaus. They then took the road from Emmaus back to Jerusalem to tell the apostles.
In the last paragraph we explored the most incredible morning that has ever been. In this second paragraph, we look at the most incredible evening that ever was. Christ opens the Scripture to explain His Cross and resurrection.