Luke 24:27 (NKJV)
Usually when there is some story on the news, or something being written about, whoever is reporting the story will cite the source or sources that they received their information from. Sometimes someone will say they have an unnamed source or they do not want to say who gave them the information, but for something to be accurate there has to be a reliable source for what is being reported. Without a trustworthy, credible source for what is being said, the story itself is questionable.
After His resurrection, Jesus met two disciples on the road that leads to Emmaus. At first, these disciples did not recognize Jesus. When Jesus met them, the disciples seemed to be sad and Jesus asked why this was. The disciples were surprised by His response because while some other disciples said they had seen a resurrected Jesus, these two were not sure what was going on with the death and resurrection of Jesus. To help them, and to clarify what was going on, Jesus used the Scriptures to explain what had happened and why it happened.
Jesus gave us a good example and a pattern to follow, when we have questions or we face a difficult situation we always need to go back to the Scriptures. Jesus did not tell the disciples about His personal experience with the resurrection or how He felt after being raised from the dead, Jesus went back to God's Word because it a reliable source, it is the only thing we can absolutely trust as our source of information. Just like Jesus used the Word to help the disciples, we need to use the Scriptures for ourselves and when we work with others; God's Word is our reliable source.