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Raising of Lazarus - John 11. Jesus wept. Lazarus, Mary, Martha, Bethany, Lazarus come out!, etc

Bible lessons and ideas about the Raising of Lazarus -with video, audio-visual, movie, video-tape, animated Bible, etc.

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I created this "mash-up" of Chris Tomlin's "Good Good Father" song with scenes from the Son of God movie depicting Jesus and Lazarus. It's posted to YouTube and you're welcome to use it.

The mashing of these two together makes a lot more sense when you think about (and teach the fact that) the resurrection of Lazarus revealed God's goodness through Jesus to his disciples and friends will extend even beyond death. Jesus promised that this goodness (aka, the resurrection) would greet us upon our death. Pretty good homecoming I think!    And it's not because of who I am, but because of who GOD is (as Tomlin also points out in his lyrics).

I wrote a detailed lesson plan about this song and music video mashup for the Writing Team's Jesus and Lazarus "Lazarus' Song Workshop. That lesson plan is only open to supporting members here at rotation.org.

This video contains a short animated version of John 11:1-44 as well as a science project/object lesson.

Bible images copyright Kirsty McAllister from Lamp Bible Pictures used with permission: lampbiblepictures.uk.co

Music is licensed by Digital Juice.

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