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Death and contemporary man
Carl G. Carlozzi
|Statement||by Carl G. Carlozzi.|
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Complex and emotional issues like dying and grieving often bring us the very best in literary writing. John Contemporary English Version (CEV) The Death of Lazarus. 11 A man by the name of Lazarus was sick in the village of Bethany. He had two sisters, Mary and Martha. This was the same Mary who later poured perfume on the Lord’s head and wiped his feet with her hair.
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