Take a look at these sermons for some ideas:
Spurgeon, C.H., "Praise thy God, O Zion," #678, MTP 12.121-132.
Howe, John, The Redeemer's Tears Wept Over Lost Souls, Works, ii.316-379. With appendix on the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit, ibid., ii.380-389.
M'Cheyne, Robert Murray, "The Saviour's Tears Over the Lost," A Basket of Fragments, pp. 92-96.
Spurgeon, C.H., "The Lamentations of Jesus," #1570, MTP 26.661-672.
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