Outside the gates of the palace of Pontius Pilate, the mob has left, and a single man stands to make a request. Joseph of Aramathea makes claims to show Pilate how he was manipulated to condemn an innocent man. Arrangement for a proper burial is made.
Later, Ananias and Caiaphas come to ask permission to guard the body against grave robbers who might claim the Master arose, just as he said. The tomb is sealed, and a guard set. End of story… right? Women arrive and the account is told of the rock moving from the tomb, Peter and the disciples told, and returning to an empty grave.
As the disciples leave to tell others, Mary remains to speak to a stranger, who turns out to be the resurrected master. Fear and bewilderment strike, but affect the disciples differently than the manic religious leaders. Will Caiaphas realize the disservice he did to truth? Will the gathered disciples realize the true power of their faith? What will it take to remove all doubt that he rose from the grave?