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Why did Lazarus have three tombs? By Simon Brown
Lazarus In Luke 16:19 and Lazarus In John 11.
If you have not read theses articles then please click here.
How can one person have three tombs?
The answer is because Jesus performed a wonderful miracle only God could do at that time, and one thing is for sure, there aren't many people who have been buried twice, who have been dead for 4 days and then raised back to life in between, by the power of God.
Lets read what the Bible tells us about this miracle.
1Now a man named Lazarus was sick. He was from Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. 2This Mary, whose brother Lazarus now lay sick, was the same one who poured perfume on the Lord and wiped his feet with her hair. 3So the sisters sent word to Jesus, “Lord, the one you love is sick.”4When he heard this, Jesus said, “This sickness will not end in death. No, it is for God’s glory so that God’s Son may be glorified through it.” 5Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. 6Yet when he heard that Lazarus was sick, he stayed where he was two more days.7Then he said to his disciples, “Let us go back to Judea.”8“But Rabbi,” they said, “a short while ago the Jews tried to stone you, and yet you are going back there?”9Jesus answered, “Are there not twelve hours of daylight? A man who walks by day will not stumble, for he sees by this world’s light. 10It is when he walks by night that he stumbles, for he has no light.”11After he had said this, he went on to tell them, “Our friend Lazarus has fallen asleep; but I am going there to wake him up.”12His disciples replied, “Lord, if he sleeps, he will get better.” 13Jesus had been speaking of his death, but his disciples thought he meant natural sleep.14So then he told them plainly, “Lazarus is dead, 15and for your sake I am glad I was not there, so that you may believe. But let us go to him.”16Then Thomas (called Didymus) said to the rest of the disciples, “Let us also go, that we may die with him.”Jesus Comforts the Sisters17On his arrival, Jesus found that Lazarus had already been in the tomb for four days. 18Bethany was less than two milesa from Jerusalem, 19and many Jews had come to Martha and Mary to comfort them in the loss of their brother. 20When Martha heard that Jesus was coming, she went out to meet him, but Mary stayed at home.21“Lord,” Martha said to Jesus, “if you had been here, my brother would not have died. 22But I know that even now God will give you whatever you ask.”23Jesus said to her, “Your brother will rise again.”24Martha answered, “I know he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.”25Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; 26and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?”27“Yes, Lord,” she told him, “I believe that you are the Christ the Son of God, who was to come into the world.”28And after she had said this, she went back and called her sister Mary aside. “The Teacher is here,” she said, “and is asking for you.” 29When Mary heard this, she got up quickly and went to him. 30Now Jesus had not yet entered the village, but was still at the place where Martha had met him. 31When the Jews who had been with Mary in the house, comforting her, noticed how quickly she got up and went out, they followed her, supposing she was going to the tomb to mourn there.32When Mary reached the place where Jesus was and saw him, she fell at his feet and said, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.”33When Jesus saw her weeping, and the Jews who had come along with her also weeping, he was deeply moved in spirit and troubled. 34“Where have you laid him?” he asked. “Come and see, Lord,” they replied.35Jesus wept.36Then the Jews said, “See how he loved him!”37But some of them said, “Could not he who opened the eyes of the blind man have kept this man from dying?”
Jesus Raises Lazarus From the Dead
Where is this Tomb where Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead?
There is a very well known place thought to be the traditional spot of where this wonderful miracle took place.
It is about 2 miles from the Holy City of Jerusalem, on the southeast slope of the Mount of Olives in the West Bank town of Al-Eizariya, which is believed to be the famous biblical village of Bethany.
It receives 1000's of visitors from all over the world every year, people who gaze at the entrance, with the sound of Jesus’ voice in their heads declaring LAZARUS, COME FORTH!!
The entrance to the tomb we see here is not the original entrance as this entrance is through the mosque which can still be seen on the east wall.
As you walk in and down the twenty-four uneven rock-cut steps from the modern entrance from ground level you come to a square chamber serving as a place of prayer, it then continues down more steps which then leads to the proposed famous tomb of Lazarus.
Evidence of Veneration
There is recorded evidence that there were many Christian churches' built on the site that go back to the time of a Roman historian, exegete and Christian polemicist. He became the Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine about the year 314.
The many churches that have come and gone, fallen and rebuilt, is evidence of a place of Veneration.
There is also evidence of this place being dedicated to Saint Lazarus, called the Lazarium, by a RomanChristian priest, confessor, theologian and historian, in 390.
Here is more evidence that I find interesting that sheds more light on this tomb being the tomb of Lazarus. There is surviving information about Egeria who was a woman who travelled to the Holy Land in 381–384. She kept records of her journeys to this place which we can still see read today.
I believe it could well be the genuine tomb because it was one of the most loved and popular miracles Jesus performed. I believe this would be a place remembered and not be easily forgotten.
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It is also a fact that the relics of the Saints were taken from their original place to anther country and they would house or even build a church to keep the famous parts of the Holy Saints or Prophets.
Rachel Bellerby states:
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English: Albert Einstein, official 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics photograph.
Français : Albert Einstein, photographie officielle du Prix Nobel de Physique 1921.
Source Official 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics photograph
Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
World-renowned scientist. Born in Germany and educated in German schools. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922. Dr. Einstein served as professor of mathematics and theoretical science
at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University, 1933 to 1945.
The following is an excerpt from an interview printed in The Saturday
Evening Post, Oct. 26, 1929 entitled, "What Life Means to Einstein"...
Q. To what extent are you influenced by Christianity?
A. As a child I received instruction both in the Bible and in the Talmud. I am a Jew, but I am enthralled by the luminous figure of the Nazarene.
Q. Have you read Emil Ludwig's book of Jesus?
A. Emil Ludwig's Jesus is shallow. Jesus is too colossal for the pen of phrasemongers, however artful. No man can dispose of Christianity with a bon mot.
Q. Do you accept the historical existence of Jesus?
A. Unquestionably! No one can read the Gospels without feeling the actual presence of Jesus. His personality pulsates in every word. No myth is filled with such life.
Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
World-renowned mathematician and philosopher ranked in the same class as Sir Isaac Newton. Introduced the first calculating machine, forerunner of the modern computer. The metric unit of measuring pressure, the
Pascal, is named after him.
The following is an excerpt from an interview printed in Great Books of the Western World, No. 33:
Pascal left on record that he had come to know "the God of Abraham, God of Isaac and God of Jacob", and that he "resolved total submission to Jesus the Messiah".
Pascal reached the conclusion that the only serious quest here on Earth was for God, and that the path to Him was charted in the Old Testament, the sign was posted in the New Testament, and the light that illuminated
the path was his faith.
This is the conclusion of the entire matter: Fear God and keep His Commandments, for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every deed into His judgment, together with every secret thing, whether
it is good, or whether it is evil. [Eccl 12:13-14]
Credit to Philip Moore's book, Messiah Conspiracy for the Isaac Newton content.