LOOSE YOUR LAZARUS

Where have you laid your dear one, sorrowing heart?Have you entombed him in the thought of death?Then know God, Life, and man can never part;God's image, man, is not sustained by breath.He lives and moves and has his being in Mind;Eternal life is his forevermore.Lift up your saddened thought—no need to bindHim in the mental shrouds of death and war.

Remove all doubt (the stone before the cave)And Christ shall raise him in your consciousness;Then you shall ever see man whole and brave,Environed by ideas that heal and bless.And when he stands redeemed from death and woe,Loose your Lazarus, "and let him go."

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Signs of the Times
March 13, 1948
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