Lazarus' resurrection is one of the many miracles performed by Jesus. Where did Jesus resurrect Jesus? Jesus resurrected Lazarus during his visit to Bethany, in Judea. Nowadays the city is called Al-Ayzarijja and is located in Palestine, on the West Bank. The miracle of Jesus' resurrection of Lazarus is described in chapter 11 of Scripture, in the Gospel written according to St. John. John the Evangelist places the miracle on the other side of the Mount of Olives, looking from the perspective of Jerusalem, where Jesus was heading for the Passover festival.
What was the miracle of Jesus' resurrection of Lazarus? Lazarus of Bethany was a friend of Jesus, who died as a result of complications after his illness. When Jesus found out about this unpleasant news, he decided to go to Jerusalem, to the place where Lazarus was buried. He was greeted on the spot by Martha, and then by her sister Maria. Martha and Maria were sisters of the deceased Lazarus, both sisters are venerated as saints in the Catholic Church. When Jesus reached the deceased, Lazarus' body had been lying for four days in the cavern, the entrance to which was closed with a rock block.
Jesus was led to the tomb at his request. When he saw him, he ordered the stone to be rolled down and called the deceased Lazarus by name. When he did so, the deceased came out of the tomb, blindfolded, with his face covered. At his sight, Jesus ordered others to untie him and let him walk.