Marcos 16

1 And being past the sabbath, Mary the Magdalene, and Mary that of the James, and Salome bought aromatics, that coming they might anoint him.

2 And very early of the first of week they came to the tomb, having risen the sun.

3 And they said to themselves: Who will roll away for us the stone from the door of the tomb?

4 And looking up they saw, that had been rolled away the stone; it was for great very.

5 And having entered into the tomb, they saw a youth sitting on the right, having been clothed a robe white; and they were awe–struck.

6 He but says to them: Not be you amazed; Jesus you seek the Nazarene, the having been crucified; he has been raised, not he is here; see the place, where they laid him.

7 But go, say to the disciples of him, and to the Peter, that he goes before you into the Galilee; there him you will see, as he said to you.

8 And having gone out, they fled from the tomb; had seized and them trembling and astonishment, and to no one nothing they said; they were afraid for.

9 Having risen and early first of week he appeared first to Mary the Magdalene, from whom he had cast seven demons.

10 She going brought back word to those with him having been, mourning and weeping.

11 And those having heard that he was alive and had been seen by her, they did not believe.

12 After but these things to two of them walking he appeared in another aspect, going into country.

13 And those having gone brought back word to the rest; neither to them did they give credit.

14 Afterwards, reclining with them to the eleven he appeared; and reproached the unbelief of them and hardness of heart, because of those having seen him having been raised not they gave credit.

15 And said to them: Having gone into the world all, publish the glad tidings to all the creation.

16 He having believed and having been dipped, shall be saved; he but not having believed, shall be condemned.

17 Signs and to those having believed these shall attend: In the name of me demons they shall cast out; with tongues they shall speak new;

18 serpents they shall take up; and if deadly thing they may drink, not not them it may hurt; upon sick ones hands they shall place, and well they will be.

19 The indeed then Lord, after the to have spoken to them, he was taken up into the heaven, and sat at right of the God;

20 those and having gone forth published everywhere, the Lord working with and the word ratifying through the accompanying signs.