13.03.2023 | John 11:28-57

+ Monday: John 11:28-57 +

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The Lord wept for Lazarus whom He would raise from the dead. He undoubtedly set an example to be like Him and to weep over our dead ones. It is true that He did not give us a commandment to do so; besides we have been granted the faith that they would rise up again to eternal life. In the Book of Wisdom, we are told to weep over the dead as one would who has suffered from great harm. However, we are then advised to be comforted as sorrow may lead to death and a sad heart may deplete strength (Sirach 38: 16- 19)
+ St Augustine

Personal Question
Is there anything in my life I am sorrowful about? Is it wrong to be sorrowful? What should I do with my sorrow?