A sermon on John 11:38-45. Jesus raises three people from the dead. The first (a ruler’s daughter) was only dead a few moments. The second (a widow’s son) was only dead a few hours. Lazarus was dead for several days. Lazarus’ physical resurrection was more than just a third major blow to the reign of death in this world. It was a perfect representation of regeneration and the new birth. It represents Ephesians 2:1-10.
This sermon ends with an extended presentation of a sermon by George Whitefield on this same text.
Matthew 9:18-26, Luke 7:11-17