Jesus appears to his disciples for the first time.

Mark 16:14; Luke 24:36-43; John 20:19-31; 21:1-23; 1 Corinthians 15:5, 7
That Sunday evening, after Jesus had appeared to his brother James and also to Simon Peter, the other disciples met behind closed doors because they were afraid of the Jewish leaders. While they ate and talked about what had happened, Jesus appeared and stood among them.
“Peace be with you.”
Startled by what they thought was a ghost, they were terrified.
“Why are you fearful?” Jesus asked. “Why do you question who I am?” He rebuked them for their lack of faith and their rejection of those who had seen him after he had risen. “Look at my hands and feet. Touch me, and see for yourself. Ghosts do not have flesh and bone as I have.” As he spoke, he showed them his scarred hands and feet.
In their joy and amazement, this still seemed too good to be true.
Jesus asked them, “May I have something to eat?”
They gave him a piece of broiled fish and watched him eat it.
After he showed them the wounds in his hands and side, they realized it was Jesus and rejoiced. He had said he would raise “this temple,” referring to his own body. They remembered what he had said and believed the scriptures and his words.
“Peace be with you,” Jesus said. “As the Father has sent me, I send you.” After saying this, he breathed on them. “Receive the Holy Spirit. The sins you forgive will be forgiven, and the sins you do not forgive will not be forgiven.”
Thomas, one of the twelve, who was called the Twin, was not with the rest of them when Jesus came. They told him, “We have seen Jesus.” But he said, “Unless I see the scars in his hands, put my finger where the nails were driven, and place my hand on his wounded side, I will not believe.”
Eight days later, the disciples were again gathered behind closed doors, and Thomas was with them.
Jesus appeared and stood among them. “Peace be with you.” He said to Thomas, “Look at the scars in my hands, and put your finger where the nails were driven. Put your hand on my side. Do not doubt anymore. Believe.”
Thomas cried, “My Lord and my God!”
“Because you have seen me, Thomas, you have believed. Blessed are those who have not seen me, yet believed.”
Sometime later, Jesus again revealed himself to the disciples. Simon Peter, Thomas called the Twin, Nathanael of Cana in Galilee, the sons of Zebedee, and two other disciples had gone to the Sea of Galilee.
“I am going fishing,” Simon Peter said.
The others said, “We will go too.”
They went out in the boat, fished all night, and caught nothing.
At dawn, Jesus stood on the shore, but the disciples did not know who he was. “Young men,” Jesus said, “have you caught anything?”
“Nothing,” they answered.
“Cast your net on the right side of the boat, and you will catch plenty.”
When they did, they caught so many fish they could not pull the net back into the boat.
John said to Peter, “It’s Jesus!”
When Simon Peter realized who it was, he grabbed his clothes, jumped into the water, and headed toward shore. Only a hundred yards from shore, the rest of the disciples followed in the boat, dragging the net full of fish. When they reached shore, they saw a fire already prepared, a fish lying on the coals, and bread.
Jesus said, “Bring some of the fish you caught.”
Simon Peter went out and pulled the net to shore. There were 153 fish, yet the net was not torn.
“Come and eat,” Jesus said.
None of the disciples dared ask, “Who are you?” They all knew he was Jesus.
Jesus took the bread, broke it, and gave it to them. He did the same with the fish. This was the third time Jesus appeared to his disciples after he was raised from the dead.
After they had eaten, Jesus said, “Simon, son of Jonah, do you love me more than the others?”
“Yes, sir, you know I do.”
Jesus said to him, “Take care of my lambs.” Again, Jesus said, “Simon, son of Jonah, do you love me?”
“Yes, sir, you know I do.”
Jesus said to him, “Take care of my sheep.” A third time, Jesus said, “Simon, son of Jonah, do you love me?”
Peter was offended that his love had been questioned for a third time. “Sir, you know everything. You know that I love you.”
“Take care of my sheep,” Jesus said. “I tell you the truth. When you were young, you dressed and went wherever you wanted. But when you are old, you will put out your hands, and someone else will dress you and take you where you do not want to go.” He said this to indicate the kind of death by which Peter would glorify God. Jesus said to him, “Follow me.”
Peter looked back to the disciple whom Jesus loved, the one who had leaned against Jesus at the supper and asked who would betray him. “Sir, what about him? How will he die?”
“If I want him to live until I return, that is not your concern. You must follow me.”
A rumor spread that this disciple would not die, but that is not what Jesus said. He only said, “If I want him to live until I return, that is not your concern.”