Jesus Wept

Jesus wept. John 11:35

Probably one of the shortest scriptures in the Bible is also one of the most powerful scriptures in the Bible. Just think about it, our Lord and God, feels the same emotions we feel. Jesus experienced the same temptation and suffering we feel. Jesus weeps over You, he’s calling you home back to his flock!

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me will live, even though he dies. And everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?” John 11:25-26

Jesus was brought to a town called Bethany, because his friend Lazarus had passed away. The death of his friend made him weep, but as Jesus revealed, Jesus is the Resurrection, he holds the keys to life and death. Even though Lazarus had been dead for 4 days, Jesus has the power to Resurrect Lazarus back to life

Notice Jesus asks Martha, Do you believe this? Do you have faith in Jesus Christ that he is your Lord? Do you believe that Christ can save your soul? Jesus said “Everyone who believes in Him will Never Die” That’s the power of our Lord, The Resurrection!

After Jesus had said this, He called out in a loud voice, “Lazarus, come out!” John 11:43

Jesus calls out Lazarus name and immediately he comes back to life! Jesus is calling out our names also, are you listening? Can you hear the voice of the Good Shepherd? Jesus is calling all the “Dry Bones” back to life! Amen!

7 thoughts on “Jesus Wept

  1. Stephanie Bekasi

    This verse comforts me!
    Jesus once again shows His compassion for us when He wept over the loss of Lazarus. He showed his family and friends that He was subject to human emotions just like they were! Mourning is a very significant human sorrow that we all experience when a loved one dies and Jesus understands because He has experienced it! This is just another reason why Jesus our Lord can identify with us and what we go throw…because He felt it first!
    I believe our God still weeps at the loss of one who has denied Him and dies knowing that someday He will have to judge that person and then throw him/her into the “lake of fire”.

    Sweet Shabbat Shalom brother!

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