(Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin was born on February 2, 1807;French lawyer whose radical political activity earned him a prominent position in the French Second Republic [1807-1874])
Let me pass, I have to follow them, I am their leader.
Lk 24:11. but these words seemed in their sight as nonsense and they did not believe them.
Lk 24:12. But Peter, when he got up, ran to the tomb and when he stooped he saw only the cloth, and he left, wondering to himself what had happened.
Lk 24:13. Then behold this day two of them were going to a distant village; it was named Emmaus, sixty stadia from Jerusalem.
Lk 24:14. And they were speaking with one another about all these happenings.
Lk 24:15. And it was, while they were speaking and discussing these things that Jesus Himself, having approached, was going with them
Lk 24:16. but their eyes were being hindered so they did not recognize Him.