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  • Cindy
    Whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall NEVER die....Such a powerful statement. Thank you, Jesus, for your Free Gift of Eternal Life. By Grace through Faith, not of yourselves lest any man should boast. Jesus plus nothing else. Perfected Forever.
  • Teri
    We need to heed ...while it's still day! we will by edifying the body and by witnessing to the lost. this chapter shows that there is a resurrection and also a separation from God...John 9:4 there is a time when no man can work.
  • Getto John
    It may have happened, but the Bible is a metaphor of how we're to spend time on earth. There's glory with God, here and in heaven. On earth there is trouble and floundering, doubt and disgrace. And Rome gave up on a reunion with Jesus. So why wait for his return any longer. God is who I believe, not man! His word brings life to the dead, after a time of trial of faith. On earth, troubles!!
  • Obbie Beal
    (25-26 are great example of the power of GOD as it relates to life, death, resurrection from the dead;) 25 Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live; 26 And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. believest thou this?
  • Ivy
    V:25! JESUS: Resurrection:LIFE: Eternal: Everlasting: Lord:God and Saviour: Jesus Christ: ONLY! Only He can Change our: dull: drab: sinful:lives:
    When we come to Him By Faith: Believing: Receiving: His Awesome: FREE: Gift of Salvation: We could never Earn it: It is Priceless: It cannot be bought: Lord gave his Ultimate: His LIFE: JESUS BOUGHT OUR SOULS: WITH HIS SHED BLOOD: AT CALVARY’S CROSS!
  • Karen
    Witnessing the resurrection of Lazarus would’ve been a marvelous sight and a sweet reunion with his sisters.
  • Don Carlton
    Compare Jesus raising Lazurus from the dead to us winning souls for Christ. He told the people who loved Lazurus you remove the stone, share the Gospel....that allowed Jesus entrance to speak life unto Lazurus. Then after that he told them to loose him, the bonds that still held him after receiving life. As the church is to lift up, build up and edify those who have come to life in Christ.
  • Freida D.
    Hallelujah!!!All Glory to God!!!Jesus Christ is King and Saviour and almighty Father
  • Kathy
    Eternal Life!
  • Kennedy Chipasha
    Thank you. God's word is eternal
  • Connie
    I believe that Jesus is real with all my heart and soul. I believe he died for our sins. I love him and I want to be with Him in paradise. I am ready for Him to come back and get His people. I hope His coming back is soon. I am tired of this sinful world and of meam spirited people that want to harm God's children. I am one of His children and I want to be with Him. In the name of Jesus. Amen.
  • Minnie
    I think Jesus wept because he was sad because they did not believe.He told them that Lazurus was sleep.
  • Richmond
    Our LORD Jesus wept because He saw Mary and the Jews who came with her weeping. And also from Romans 12^15 we can clearly see that our Lord and Savior demonstrated that kind of empathy here. Thank you
  • Eddy ragsdale
    how long after Jesus raised Lazrus from being dead did Lazrus live
  • Bruce
    Jesus Wept. Verse 33 Tells You Why He was Crying, He's Feeling their Heart Break
  • Jose Magallanes
    I think Jesus wept because He was sad Lazereth was taken,out of Heaven....?
  • TK
    Jesus wept. Forgive me lord for not believing in you, and your word, heal my unbelief lord full of mercy and grace. The compassion of Jesus. Love you JESUS.
  • BSP
    Verse 48~The leaders were not worried about whether what they were doing was right or wrong, they were concerned with maintaining their position and authority.
  • Norberto Peña
    All of those who have died, and believed in JESUS that HE is the SON of GOD though he is dead, yet shall live. All of us sinner are dead, yet if we believe that JESUS is the SON of GOD, and died on the cross and on the 3rd day HE resurrected in the flesh will live for eternalty in the HOLY KINGDOM with the LORD.
  • BSP
    Jesus has the power to resurrect us and because he gave his perfect life in our behalf we have the chance to have everlasting life.
  • BSP
    Verses 23 and 24- Martha knew that Jesus had performed resurrections but not of anyone who had been dead as long as Lazarus had been. Despite that she still had faith that Lazarus would be resurrected.
  • Lou
    To go with my comment above, if a 1st century Middle Eastern king approached a foreign city on a donkey, he was coming in humility, and peace, as Jesus did riding into Jerusalem..but, if he came riding a horse, it meant he had every intention of taking over, and owning the city....He's coming back....He won't be riding a donkey this time. (Rev19:11)
  • Lou
    The reason Jesus folded the napkin..........In the Middle East in the 1st. century it was custom to leave your napkin not folded, and thrown on the table, when finished eating, but...if the master left his napkin folded on the table, it meant he was not done, and would be returning soon ......and that was the message Jesus left, by folding the napkin....He was making a statement, ready.
  • A disciple
    Why did Jesus fold the napkin that was over His face? Well, one thing, it completely proves the shroud of Turin to be a hoax, and roundly and soundly ensures that NO GRAVEN IMAGE OF CHRIST WAS LEFT for men to be snared by relic worship! They that worship and serve the LORD must worship and serve in the Spirit: if anyone has not the Spirit of Christ, he is not at all His!
    Though it is not a salvation issue per se, but it is the scriptures. I see via the folded napkin in the tomb that Jesus rose calmly, in control, taking on the day one step at a time. There is an element of decency and order in so doing. Even after such a bloody, violent, and earth shaking event as His crucifixion, the day of His rising is one of quiet, calm, and peace. Folding a napkin.
  • Olegas Bogdanovas
    I have never considered that Jesus "folded" the napkin in the tomb. Why is this important?

    The fact is that Jesus rose from being dead, and was seen alive by several hundred people. That Jesus rose from the dead is the key of Christianity.
  • Helen Adeyemi
    Why did Jesus fold the Napkin?
  • Ray321
    John 11:4 When Jesus heard that, he said, This sickness is not unto death, but for the glory of God, that the Son of God might be glorified thereby. Jesus knew Lazarus believe and worshiped him, by bringing Lazarus from the dead, it was a picture of how Jesus was going to be Glorified when he dies.
    "Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me. And I knew that thou hearest me always: but because of the people which stand by I said it, that they may believe that thou hast sent me." JESUS

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