Matthew
22:23

The same day some Sadducees, who say that there is no resurrection [of the dead], came to Him and they asked Him a question,

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Matthew
22:28

Now, in the resurrection, to which of the seven will she be wife? For they all had her.

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Matthew
22:31

But as to the resurrection of the dead--have you never read what was said to you by God,

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Matthew
27:53

And coming out of the tombs after His resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared to many people.

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Mark
12:18

And [some] Sadducees came to Him, [of that party] who say there is no resurrection, and they asked Him a question, saying,

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Mark
12:23

Now in the resurrection, whose wife will she be? For the seven were married to her.

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Luke
14:14

Then you will be blessed (happy, fortunate, and to be envied), because they have no way of repaying you, and you will be recompensed at the resurrection of the just (upright).

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Luke
20:27

Also there came to Him some Sadducees, those who say that there is no resurrection.

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Luke
20:33

Now in the resurrection whose wife will the woman be? For the seven married her.

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Luke
20:35

But those who are considered worthy to gain that other world and that future age and to attain to the resurrection from the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage;

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/ Resurrection /

The Resurrection consists in the uniting of a spirit body with a body of flesh and bones, never again to be divided. The Resurrection shall come to all, because of Christ’s victory over death. Jesus Christ was the first to be resurrected on this earth (Matt. 27:52–54; Acts 26:23; 1 Cor. 15:23; Col. 1:18; Rev. 1:5). Others had been brought back from death but were restored to mortality (Mark 5:22–43; Luke 7:11–17; John 11:1–45), whereas a resurrection means to become immortal, with a body of flesh and bone.

All will not be raised to the same glory in the Resurrection (1 Cor. 15:39–42; D&C 76), nor will all come forth at the same time (see 1 Cor. 15:23; Alma 40:8). Christ was first; the righteous have precedence over the wicked and come forth in the First Resurrection, whereas the unrepentant sinners come forth in the last resurrection (Rev. 20:5–13).

The New Testament gives ample evidence that Jesus rose with His physical body: He ate fish and honey (Luke 24:42–43); He said He had flesh and bones (Luke 24:39); the people touched Him (Luke 24:39–40; John 20:25–29); the tomb was empty (Luke 24:2–3; John 20:1–10); and the angels said He had risen (Mark 16:1–6).

One of the most fundamental doctrines taught by the Twelve was that Jesus was risen from the tomb, with His glorified, resurrected body, as in Acts 1:21–22; 2:32; 3:15; 4:33. To obtain a resurrection with a celestial, exalted body is the center point of hope in the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Resurrection of Jesus is the most glorious of all messages to mankind.

Latter-day revelation confirms the reality of the Resurrection of Christ and of all mankind, as in Alma 11:41–45; 40; 3 Ne. 11; D&C 76; Moses 7:62.