1 The and first of the week Mary the Magdalene comes early, dark yet being, into the tomb; and sees the stone having been taken away out of the tomb,
2 she runs therefore and comes to Simon Peter, and to the other disciple, whom loved the Jesus, and says to them: They took away the Lord out of the tomb, and not we know, where they laid him.
3 Went out then the Peter and the other disciples, and they came into the tomb.
4 Ran and they two together; and the other disciple ran before more quickly of the Peter, and came first into the tomb;
5 and stooping down he sees lying the linen cloths; not however he went in.
6 Comes then Simon Peter following him, and entered into the tomb, and sees the linen cloths lying,
7 and the napkin which was on the head of him, not with the linen cloths lying, but apart having been folded up into one place.
8 Then therefore went in also the other disciple, he coming first into the tomb, and saw, and believed.
9 Not yet for they knew the writing, that it behooved him out of dead ones to have been raised.
10 Went then again to themselves the disciples.
11 Mary but stands by the tomb weeping outside. As therefore she wept, she stopped down into the tomb,
12 and sees two messengers in white sitting, one at the head, and one at the feet, where was laid the body of the Jesus.
13 And say to her they: O woman, why weepest thou? She says to them: Because they took away the Lord of me, and not I know where they laid him.
14 These things having said, she turned into the behind, and sees the Jesus standing; and not knew, that Jesus it is.
15 Says to her the Jesus: O woman, why weepest thou? whom seekest thou? She, supposing that the gardener it is, says to him: O sir, if thou didst carry off him, tell me where thou didst lay him, and I him will take away.
16 Says to her the Jesus: Mary. Turning round she says to him: Rabboni, which means, O teacher.
17 Says to her the Jesus: Not me touch; not yet for I have gone up to the Father of me; go but to the brethren of me, and say to them: I go up to the Father of me and Father of you, even God of me and God of you.
18 Comes Mary the Magdalene telling the disciples, that she had seen the Lord, and these things he said to her.
19 Being then evening in the day that the first of the week, and the doors having been shut, where were the disciples having been assembled, through the fear of the Jews, came the Jesus, and stood into the midst, and says to them: Peace to you.
20 And this having said, he showed to them the hands and the side of himself. Were glad therefore the disciples, seeing the Lord.
21 Said then to them the Jesus again: Peace to you; as sent me the Father, also I send you.
22 And this having said, he breathed on, and says to them: Receive you a spirit holy.
23 If of whom you may forgive the sins, they are forgiven them; if of whom you may retain, they have been retained.
24 Thomas but, one of the twelve, he being called a twin, not was with them when came the Jesus.
25 Said then to him the other disciples: We have seen the Lord. He but said to them: If not I may see in the hands of him the mark of the nails, and may put the finger of me into the mark of the nails, and may put the hand of me into the side of him, not not I will believe.
26 And after days eight again were within the disciples of him, and Thomas with them. Comes the Jesus, the doors having been shut, and stood into the midst, and said: Peace to you.
27 Afterwards he says to the Thomas: Bring the finger of thee here, and see the hands of me, and bring the hand of thee, and put into the side of me; and not be thou unbelieving, but believing.
28 Answered Thomas and said to him: The Lord of me and the God of me.
29 Says to him the Jesus: Because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed; blessed they not having seen, and having believed.
30 Many indeed then and other signs did the Jesus in presence of the disciples of him, which not it is having been written in the book this.
31 These things but have been written, that you may believe, that Jesus is the Anointed, the son of the God, and that believing life you may have in the name of him.