Maybe you should inquiring about the following points:
We know that Jesus was not preoccupied much with his physical flesh, correct?
However, we also know that angels were guarding the physical body of Jesus laying in the tomb during the three days He was liberating Sheol, right?
Why would the angels be guarding/protecting the body of Jesus from the powers of death and decay if it was not needful to have Him re-claim it later?
Paul says: "Jesus Christ died and rose again with a glorified body". With tremendous power His spiritual body absorbed or 'put on' the physical body which was dead. The spiritual body swallowed up the natural body. Now He has a glorified body. The body which lay in the grave of Joseph of Arimathea, has been absorbed by the spiritual body of Jesus, and by that power has been rejuvenized to life and has been taken up in the spiritual body.
Would you mind referencing the verses to which you are referring with regard to what I highlighted in red text?
"And seeth two angels in white sitting, the one at the head, and the other at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain", John 20:12
"Because thou wilt not leave my soul in hell, neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption" Acts 2:24-28 (especially v27)
You are absolutely correct in seeking clarification of my comment: "Jesus Christ died and rose again with a glorified body".
I mistakenly phrased it.
Sorry 'bout that.
I was thinking more specifically of, "For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him", (1Thess 4:13-18), and mistyped it.
In any event, the point I was trying to make is this:
For Jesus, (and for us as well), dying does not mean being powerless.
Similar to life continuing in this visible world when we are sleeping, life continues on in the invisible world in much the same manner.
Even though Jesus was 'dead', (asleep in God), He remained active and alive in the invisible world. Thus we see Him preaching in Sheol.
Those who are 'asleep in the Lord', continue to exist, think, and act in the spiritual world. But a moment will come when they will be in a position to function again in the natural world with their spiritual bodies. And that is resurrection.
Resurrection means that our spiritual body will again be given power to manifest itself in the natural world. "And so the Lord will bring with Him those who have fallen asleep".
The Lord will come with those who have fallen asleep and are capable of becoming active in the natural world again. Now, that is when they rise. A natural body is laid in the grave, is sown like seed, and a spiritual body is resurrected.
Paul does not say in 1Corinthians 15 that the natural
body is raised. He says: "A spiritual
body is raised from the dead". The body that lies in the grave is not raised, but only our spiritual body.
And that spiritual body remains with those who have died and are with the Lord.
Then Jesus will return with those whose spiritual body is capable of becoming active again in the natural world, just as He himself did. He was also able to appear to people. After His resurrection He was able to eat; He ate fish?
The Spirit who caused Jesus to be raised from the dead is the same Spirit who will also make our body, ( or, will so glorify our spiritual body), that we will be able to function again in this natural, visible world.
Those who have fallen asleep in Christ will be given the same power as Jesus Christ. They will be able to show themselves in the world just like He did. This is rising from your sleep. And those who have fallen asleep and who have been raised and who are able to manifest themselves, He will take them with him. Where will they go? To the earth. "Whenever Christ appears, whenever Christ becomes visible, then that is the coming. When He comes, He will also show himself. When Jesus rose from the dead and He had not yet ascended to heaven, then He appeared. When He appears, then He will be visible.
"Whenever Christ appears, who is our life, we will also appear with Him in glory". That is the promise. Those who have fallen asleep will appear with Him in glory. They are the cloud He comes on, the cloud He is in. He is in the midst or between the saints who have fallen asleep and who now have the power to become visible. "See He comes with the clouds." And they come as a cloud and every eye will see Him. And the eyes of the people will also see those who had fallen asleep.
Again, I am sorry about the mis-type.