"When Jesus therefore saw her weeping, and the Jews also weeping which came with her, He groaned in the spirit and was troubled, "And said, Where have ye laid him?
Then many of the Jews which came to Mary and had seen the things which Jesus did believed on Him.
His face wore that perpetual look of peevish dejection, which is so sourly printed on all faces of Jewish race without exception.
At the last verse "Could not this Man which opened the eyes of the blind…." dropping her voice she passionately reproduced the doubt, the reproach and censure of the blind disbelieving Jews, who in another moment would fall at His feet as though struck by thunder, sobbing and believing….
The peasants have vodka, the educated young people, shut out from activity, waste themselves in impossible dreams and visions and are crippled by theories; Jews have sprung up and are amassing money, and all the rest give themselves up to debauchery.
She went on to the nineteenth verse: "And many of the Jews came to Martha and Mary to comfort them concerning their brother.
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