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"Come Saints and drop a tear or two, For him who groaned beneath your load."
 
"Come Saints and drop a tear or two, For him who groaned beneath your load."
  

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Questions

Mourn with those that morn (verse 9)

  • Does those that morn refer to those who are going through tough times, or those who mourn for the Savior, and His death, suffering and the things they did to cause it? If so, how is this a way to identify one who is a true believer in the Atonement?
  • Is the counsel to mourn with those who morn different in some significant way than the counsel to comfort those who morn? (We are told that our savior comforts those morn in Isa 61:2.

Lexical notes

  • Merriam-Webster defines mourn (verse 9) as "to feel or express grief or sorrow." In the scriptures mourning is usually used in the context of expressing grief over someone's death.

Exegesis

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Related links

  • He Died! The Great Redeemer Died [1]

"Come Saints and drop a tear or two, For him who groaned beneath your load."


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