Lazarus Jesus

Lazarus Jesus

calls him back to life from the tomb. [N.T.: John 11:43–44]
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Lazarus and Mary realize in the course of the poem that in raising Lazarus Jesus brought something new into the world; he changed the rules, so to speak.
They know that it is risky; they know that immediately after raising Lazarus Jesus had to flee Judea for his life for the second time.
Most plainly, by raising Lazarus Jesus offers another of the "signs" by which people may come to believe in him as Messiah.
In the York Lazarus Jesus teaches Martha and Mary Magdalene that grieving is sinful, and therefore refrains from weeping himself.