One of the most delightful accounts of Jesusâ€™ post-resurrection life is found in Luke 24:13-35. Here we read about His personal encounter with two disciples who were making their way from Jerusalem to the village of Emmaus. As these two disciples walked together they discussed and debated the events surrounding Jesusâ€™ death and the reports about His resurrection. Jesus came alongside these two individuals and questioned them about their concerns. He then taught them from the Scriptures that the Messiah had to suffer before being glorified. Finally, over a meal, these two disciples became aware of Jesusâ€™ identity. He disappeared from their presence and they quickly returned to Jerusalem to report this encounter to the eleven disciples. This Emmaus Road encounter reveals the tender, even playful way in which Jesus encourages those who seek truth. The risen Jesus reveals Himself to those who truly seek Him. This account demonstrates several practical ramifications of Jesusâ€™ resurrection.