“A remarkable feature of this twin nature of our Lord is that wherever His deity is mentioned, His humanity lingers in the shadows, and vice versa. For instance, as the man He needed sleep, and in the boat slept soundly. But when the storm arose, He arose and as God calmed the angry deep. As the man, He wept with the sorrowing friends of Lazarus because He, too, had lost a companion He loved. But as God, He was able to call Lazarus back from the grave. As man, He knows all about our human needs, and as God He is able to satisfy them all.” – Herbert Lockyer in All the Doctrines of the Bible