1And a certaine man was sicke, named Lazarus of Bethania, the towne of Marie, and her sister Martha. 2(And it was that Mary which anointed the Lord with oyntment, and wiped his feete with her heare, whose brother Lazarus was sicke.) 3Therefore his sisters sent vnto him, saying, Lord, beholde, he whome thou louest, is sicke. 4When Iesus heard it, he saide, This sickenes is not vnto death, but for the glorie of God, that the Sonne of God might be glorified thereby. 5Nowe Iesus loued Martha and her sister, and Lazarus. 6And after he had heard that he was sicke, yet abode hee two dayes still in the same place where he was. 7Then after that, said he to his disciples, Let vs goe into Iudea againe. 8The disciples saide vnto him, Master, the Iewes lately sought to stone thee, and doest thou goe thither againe? 9Iesus answered, Are there not twelue houres in the day? If a man walke in the day, hee stumbleth not, because he seeth the light of this world. 10But if a man walke in the night, hee stumbleth, because there is no light in him. 11These things spake he, and after, he said vnto them, Our friend Lazarus sleepeth: but I goe to wake him vp. 12Then said his disciples, Lord, if he sleepe, he shalbe safe. 13Howbeit, Iesus spake of his death: but they thought that he had spoken of the naturall sleepe. 14Then saide Iesus vnto them plainely, Lazarus is dead. 15And I am glad for your sakes, that I was not there, that ye may beleeue: but let vs go vnto him. 16Then saide Thomas (which is called Didymus) vnto his felow disciples, Let vs also goe, that we may die with him. 17Then came Iesus, and found that he had lien in the graue foure dayes alreadie. 18(Nowe Bethania was neere vnto Hierusalem, about fifteene furlongs off.) 19And many of ye Iewes were come to Martha and Marie to comfort them for their brother. 20Then Martha, when shee heard that Iesus was comming, went to meete him: but Mary sate still in the house. 21Then said Martha vnto Iesus, Lord, if thou hadst bene here, my brother had not bene dead. 22But now I know also, that whatsoeuer thou askest of God, God will giue it thee. 23Iesus said vnto her, Thy brother shall rise againe. 24Martha said vnto him, I know that he shall rise againe in the resurrection at the last day. 25Iesus saide vnto her, I am the resurrection and the life: he that beleeueth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he liue. 26And whosoeuer liueth, and beleeueth in me, shall neuer die: Beleeuest thou this? 27She said vnto him, Yea, Lord, I beleeue that thou art that Christ that Sonne of God, which should come into the world. 28And when she had so saide, she went her way, and called Mary her sister secretly, saying, The Master is come, and calleth for thee. 29And when she heard it, shee arose quickly, and came vnto him. 30For Iesus was not yet come into the towne, but was in the place where Martha met him. 31The Iewes then which were with her in the house, and comforted her, when they sawe Marie, that she rose vp hastily, and went out, folowed her, saying, She goeth vnto the graue, to weepe there. 32Then when Mary was come where Iesus was, and sawe him, she fell downe at his feete, saying vnto him, Lord, if thou haddest bene here, my brother had not bene dead. 33When Iesus therefore saw her weepe, and the Iewes also weepe which came with her, hee groned in the spirit, and was troubled in himselfe, 34And saide, Where haue ye layde him? They said vnto him, Lord, come and see. 35And Iesus wept. 36Then saide the Iewes, Beholde, how he loued him. 37And some of them saide, Coulde not he, which opened the eyes of the blinde, haue made also, that this man should not haue died? 38Iesus therefore againe groned in himselfe, and came to the graue. And it was a caue, and a stone was layde vpon it. 39Iesus saide, Take ye away the stone. Martha the sister of him that was dead, said vnto him, Lord, he stinketh alreadie: for he hath bene dead foure dayes. 40Iesus saide vnto her, Saide I not vnto thee, that if thou diddest beleeue, thou shouldest see the glorie of God? 41Then they tooke away the stone from the place where the dead was layde. And Iesus lift vp his eyes, and saide, Father, I thanke thee, because thou hast heard me. 42I knowe that thou hearest me alwayes, but because of the people that stand by, I said it, that they may beleeue, that thou hast sent me. 43As hee had spoken these things, hee cried with a loude voyce, Lazarus, come foorth. 44Then he that was dead, came forth, bound hande and foote with bandes, and his face was bound with a napkin. Iesus said vnto them, Loose him, and let him goe. 45Then many of the Iewes, which came to Mary, and had seene the thinges, which Iesus did, beleeued in him. 46But some of them went their way to the Pharises, and told them what things Iesus had done. 47Then gathered the hie Priests, and the Pharises a councill, and said, What shall we doe? For this man doeth many miracles. 48If we let him thus alone, all men will beleeue in him, and the Romanes will come and take away both our place, and the nation. 49Then one of them named Caiaphas, which was the hie Priest that same yere, said vnto them, Ye perceiue nothing at all, 50Nor yet doe you consider that it is expedient for vs, that one man die for the people, and that the whole nation perish not. 51This spake hee not of himselfe: but being hie Priest that same yere, he prophecied that Iesus should die for that nation: 52And not for that nation onely, but that he shoulde gather together in one the children of God, which were scattered. 53Then from that day foorth they consulted together, to put him to death. 54Iesus therefore walked no more openly among the Iewes, but went thence vnto a countrey neere to the wildernes, into a citie called Ephraim, and there continued with his disciples. 55And the Iewes Passeouer was at hande, and many went out of the countrey vp to Hierusalem before the Passeouer, to purifie themselues. 56Then sought they for Iesus, and spake among themselues, as they stoode in the Temple, What thinke ye, that he cometh not to the feast? 57Now both the high Priestes and the Pharises had giuen a commandement, that if any man knew where he were, he should shew it, that they might take him.