By Cedar Fort Press Release
'Miracle Man' Examines Life of Lazarus
SPRINGVILLE, UTAH -- In the days leading up to the great Atonement,
Jesus Christ stood before an open tomb outside of the little hamlet
of Bethany and commanded, "Lazarus, come forth!" Shortly, a man came
shambling out of the cave, still bound in gravescloth, in response to
the summoning of the Master. But one might ask, whatever happened to
Lazarus after his resurrection by the hand of the Son of God? Did he
live, only to die of old age at a later time? or did he return from
paradise a changed man, in a quickened state, to live on as an
immortal among the children of men?
"Miracle Man: The Lazarus Chronicles" explores the concept of an
immortal Lazarus, traveling the world from the ascension of Christ to
the present, and the lives he might have touched in his unique way.
Perhaps it was he that inspired the laws of chivalry in the courts of
Camelot, or helped a king find the strength within to lead his
country to independence.
Maybe it was he who taught Da Vinci about the people he painted as
the artist labored on his masterpiece of "The Last Supper." Lazarus
crosses paths with the apostle John occasionally as time passes, and
at times is helped by a mischevious angel named Raphael. But the
overwhelming messages of this novel are ones of service to others, of
the secret talents we each are endowed with and why, and of
recognizing the hand of the Lord in all things.
"Miracle Man" Examines Life of Lazarus
Cedar Fort Press Release 14Nov01 US UT Prov A2
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