Isaiah 35:10 - Sorrow And Sighing Shall Flee Away.

Isaiah 35:10: Sorrow And Sighing Shall Flee Away.

Isaiah 35:10 (KJV) And the ransomed of the LORD shall return, 
and come to Zion with songs and everlasting joy upon their heads: 
they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee 

Isaiah 35:10 (CWB) The ransomed of the Lord will come home with 
singing.  They will enter Zion with shouts of joy.  Their heads will be 
crowned with gladness, and sorrow and sighing will flee away. 

Isaiah 35:10 (TLB) These, the ransomed of the Lord, will go home 
along that road to Zion, singing the songs of everlasting joy. For 
them all sorrow and all sighing will be gone forever; only joy and 
gladness will be there. 


This highway, the "Way of Holiness," (vs. 8) is the way that 
righteous pilgrims will take from the desert of suffering to Zion. It is 
found only by following God. [Life Application SB] 


   How does a Christian who is bruised and battered by very deep 
trials remain tender toward God instead of becoming bitter or cynical? 
By remembering this: Our God suffered first, and He has suffered 
more. No other God of any other religion can claim that. It all comes 
into focus in the person of Jesus. He suffered first, He suffered 
most, and He suffered for us - the indescribable agony of the cross 
and the crushing burden of carrying the sins of the whole world on 
His shoulders. Soon, Jesus will return to earth to close the curtain 
on suffering - forever. In today's Scripture, we read, "They will 
enter Zion with singing; everlasting joy will crown their heads. 
Gladness and joy will overtake them, and sorrow and sighing will flee 
away." In the meantime, as we yield to Him in our brokenness, He 
authenticates our faith, refines it, and makes it strong.  
   Lord, You have never asked me to go where You haven't gone 
Yourself. If I find myself on a path of pain or sorrow, I can see Your 
footprints ahead of me. And I know where this path leads - to joy! Just 
around the bend, all of the suffering will be over forever - little 
more than a thin memory on a fresh, eternal morning. [A Spectacle of 
Glory by Joni Eareckson Tada and Larry Libby] 


As you wait for these blessings, you can enjoy them in a 
spiritual way. God can give you deliverance, fruitfulness, strength, 
holiness, and joy as you yield to Him. [Chapter by Chapter Bible 
Commentary by Warren Wiersbe] 

Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. [from hymn: Come, 
Ye Disconsolate] 


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