"Jesus wept." John 11:35
Lazarus and his sisters, Martha and Mary, were close friends of Jesus. But Jesus was away when Lazarus died. Jesus returned four days after the interment. Martha said to Jesus, "Had you been here, he would not have died."
Jesus observed the sisters and the friends of Lazarus in mourning, they weeping for their loss.
And Jesus wept.
Jesus did not weep for the death of his friend, but rather in compassion for his friends who were weeping. We know this because Jesus knew that Lazarus would be raised alive from the grave.
Even so we ourselves gather at the mourning for one gone on to the eternal reward. We do not weep for the dead, but rather in compassion for the loved ones who are left behind.
Those who are in Christ and encounter death will yet live again!