When Jesus therefore saw her weeping
At his feet, who, for sorrow and grief of heart, could say no more to him; but having expressed these words, burst out into floods of tears:
and the Jews also weeping, which came with her;
either through sympathy with her, or hypocritically:
he groaned in the spirit;
in his human soul; and which shows, that he had a real human soul, subject to passions, though sinless ones. The word signifies an inward motion of the mind, through indignation and anger; and it may be partly at the weakness of Mary's faith, and at her immoderate sorrow; and partly at the hypocrisy of the Jews: or else this inward groaning was through grief, sympathizing with Mary, and her friends, his human soul being touched with a fellow feeling of their griefs and sorrows:
and was troubled;
or troubled himself; threw himself into some forms and gestures of sorrow, and mourning, as lifting up his eyes, wringing his hands, and changing the form of his countenance.