Move the Stone
Published on 04/23/2019
Standing in a cemetery, Jesus issued a command, “Move the stone.” There was no singing at the funeral Jesus attended. Mourning. Weeping. Wailing. People shuffled about aimlessly, their eyes full of fear. The foreboding news reminded them of their own fate. Another prisoner had been marched from death row to the gallows. Lazarus was dead. And Jesus wept—not for the dead but for the living. He wept not for the one in the cave of death but for those in the cave of fear. He wept for those who, though alive, were dead. He wept for those who, though free, were … Listen NowFor more inspirational messages please visit Max Lucado.