|| Mark 16:8; Luke 24:9; John 20:14-17
MT28:8 So, the women left quickly from the memorium with a mixture of fear and great joy. They ran to report back to the disciples of Jesus. MT28:9 And, look! Jesus met the women, saying, “What a joyous day!” Those women came to Jesus falling forward to grab hold of his feet, bowing to kiss them. MT28:10 Now Jesus spoke to them, “Do not be frightened! Go and report back to my brothers so that they might leave for Galilee and there they will see me.”
 What a joyous day: Or, KJV: all hail; NEB: he gave them his greeting; WMS: good morning; RHM: joy to you; WEY: peace be to you.
 Bowing to kiss them: The Greek is PROSEKUNESAN which literally means to bow and kiss in prostration to the ground. Or, KJV: worshipped him; NEB: clasped his feet, falling prostrate before him; BER: knelt before him.