My word states that I wept at the tomb of Lazarus. Much has been made of this short verse, and this is an expression of a strong emotional response. Yet tears are not always an expression of pain or sorrow. Have you ever wept for joy at moving experiences that were not painful? I criticized my generation as children who would not dance for a cheerful tune or mourn for a sad one. This was in the context of John and myself, but the greater principle is that there are occasions that call for a response. Do you avoid shedding tears for any reason? What does it take to move you to tears?
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