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John 11

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1 A certain Lazarus from Bethany, from the village [where they lived] Mary and Martha, her sister, was sick.
2 Mary, whom Brother Lazarus was sick with, was [the one] who anointed the Lord with peace and wiped His feet with her hair.
3 The sisters sent to say to him: Lord! that whom you love is sick.
4 Jesus, hearing [that], said: this disease is not to death, but to the glory of God, that the Son of God be glorified through it.
5 Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus.
6 When he heard that he was sick, he spent two days at the place where he was.
7 After this he said to his disciples: Let us go again to Judea.
eight The disciples said to him: Rabbi! how long have the Jews sought to stone you, and you go there again?
nine Jesus answered: are there not twelve hours in the day? he who walks in the day does not stumble, because he sees the light of this world;
ten but he who walks at night stumbles because there is no light with him.
eleven Having said this, he tells them later: Lazarus, our friend, fell asleep; but I am going to wake him.
12 His disciples said: Lord! if he falls asleep, he will recover.
13 Jesus spoke of his death, and they thought that He was speaking of an ordinary dream.
fourteen Then Jesus said directly to them: Lazarus died;
fifteen and I rejoice for you that I was not there, that you might believe; but let's go to him.
16 Then Thomas, otherwise called the Twin, said to his disciples: let’s go and we will die with him.

17 Jesus came and found that he had been in the tomb for four days.
18 Bethany was near Jerusalem, stages at fifteen;
19 and many of the Jews came to Martha and Mary to comfort them [in] [sorrows] about their brother.
20 Martha, having heard that Jesus was coming, went towards him; Mary sat at home.
21 Then Martha said to Jesus: Lord! if you were here, my brother would not die.
22 But now I know that what you ask of God, God will give you.
23 Jesus says to her: Thy brother will rise again.
24 Martha said to Him: I know that he will be resurrected on Sunday, the last day.
25 Jesus said to her: I am the resurrection and the life; He who believes in Me, even if he dies, shall come to life.
26 And everyone who lives and believes in Me will not die forever. Do you believe this?
27 She says to him: Lord! I believe that You are the Christ, the Son of God, coming in the world.
28 Having said this, she went and secretly called her sister Mary, saying: The teacher is here and is calling you.
29th She, as soon as she heard, hastily got up and went to Him.
thirty Jesus had not yet entered the village, but was at the place where Martha met Him.
31 The Jews, who were with her in the house and comforted her, seeing that Mary hurriedly got up and went out, followed her, believing that she went to the grave - to cry there.
32 Mary, having come to where Jesus was, and having seen Him, fell at His feet and said to Him: Lord! if you were here, my brother would not die.

33 Jesus, when he saw her weeping and the Jews who came with her weeping, he himself was offended by the spirit and was indignant
34 and said: where did you put it? They say to him: Lord! go and see.
35 Jesus wept.
36 Then the Jews said: See how He loved him.
37 And some of them said: Could this not have opened his eyes to the blind, to prevent this one from dying?
38 Jesus, again grieving inwardly, comes to the sepulcher. It was a cave, and a stone lay on it.
39 Jesus says: take the stone away. Martha's sister, the dead, says to him: Lord! already stinks; for four days, as he is in the grave.
40 Jesus tells her: Have I not told you that if you believe, you will see the glory of God?
41 So they took away the stone [from the cave] where the deceased lay. Jesus raised his eyes to heaven and said: Father! thank you for hearing me.
42 I knew that You would always hear Me; but said these things for the people standing here, that they believed that you had sent me.
43 Having said this, He called with a loud voice: Lazarus! go out.
44 And the dead man came out, bound hand and foot with gravecloths, and his face was tied with a scarf. Jesus says to them: untie him, let him go.

45 Then many of the Jews who came to Mary and saw what Jesus had done believed in Him.
46 And some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done.
47 Then the high priests and the Pharisees gathered council and said: what shall we do? This Man works many miracles.
48 If we leave Him like that, then everyone will believe in Him, and the Romans will come and take possession of both our place and the people.
49 One of them, a certain Caiaphas, being high priest that year, said to them: you know nothing,
50 and you won’t think that it’s better for us to have one person die for people than for all the people to die.
51 But he didn’t say this on his own, but being the high priest that year, he predicted that Jesus would die for the people,
52 and not only for the people, but also to gather the scattered children of God together.
53 From this day they put to kill him.
54 Therefore, Jesus no longer walked clearly between the Jews, but went from there to a country near the desert, to a city called Ephraim, and remained there with his disciples.
55 Jewish Easter was drawing near, and many from all over the country came to Jerusalem before Easter to be cleansed.
56 Then they searched for Jesus and, standing in the temple, said to each other: what do you think? Will He not come to the feast?
57 The high priests and the Pharisees gave the order that if anyone knew where He would be, he would announce in order to take Him.

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