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  1. That Jesus wept is proof that for God human death in this world is real, and meaningful, and worthy of grieving. Even though Lazerus would be revived in moments, he would one day die a human death and in his passing something would be lost, something worth tears. So too with Jesus the man.

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  2. Gary

    “When Jesus therefore saw her weeping, and the Jews who came with her also weeping, He was deeply moved in spirit and was troubled,”… Empathy for Mary and the weeping Jews. Not for Lazarus. The dead guy isn’t feeling pain. And it isn’t a loss for Jesus. In theory, he can see Lazarus anytime he wants. Couldn’t be a lack of faith, otherwise he’d be crying every time he hangs out with the unbelieving disciples. He’d be crying all the time.

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