Glorious home coming of God’s people

Simple thoughts for💫
deeper meditation.

Isaiah: 35:10

“And those the Lord has rescued will return. 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” ⚡

This chapter talks about
the glorious home coming of God’s people, where there
will be everlasting joy, and no more sorrow or weeping. Although prophet Isaiah speaks about the return of the Israelites after the exile of 70 years in Babylon, this is applicable to all the redeemed one waiting for the glorious return of our
Lord Jesus Christ.

⚡ So the momentary
troubles of this wrold will
seem nothing when compared with the eternal
weight of glory awaiting us.

Let us look into the
features of God’s promised
⚡ The desert will be joyful and glad,and will bloom(V.1)
⚡ Everyone will see the glory and splendour of God.(V2)
⚡ The blind will see, the deaf will hear.(V5)

  • The crippled will leap (V6)
    ⚡The dumb will shout with joy (V6)
    ⚡Water will flow in the desert and streams in the dry land.(V6)
    ⚡There will be a highway called ” The Road to being Holy”. Only God’s redeemed people will be allowed to walk there. (V8)
    ⚡There will be no dangers or harm on that road.(V9)
    ⚡God’s chosen people will enter their long-awaited home- the New Jerusalem (V10)
    ⚡ There will be lasting joy and happiness in this place. Sorrow and sadness will be gone forever.(V10)

That is why we need to persevere in our present walk, looking to Jesus, knowing that one day we will
reach our New Jerusalem.

Do you have the hope to reach your eternal haven
one day ?

Dr: Thomas David.🎯

And the inhabitant shall not say, I am sick: the people that dwell therein [shall be] forgiven [their] iniquity.” Isaiah 33:24

“Forgiven their iniquity”: When Christ returns to rule, Jerusalem will be free of physical and spiritual problems.

There is no sickness, nor suffering in this city we have been reading about.

Revelation 21:4 “And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.”

Jeremiah 31:34 “And they shall teach no more every man his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying, Know the LORD: for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them, saith the LORD: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.”

Hope In God, Not This World (35:1-10)
Instead of hoping in this world, God describes what he will do so that you will put your hope in him. The first two verses of chapter 35 picture new life and renewal. The wilderness and dry land are going to blossom.
Why is there going to be new life?
Why is there going to be blessings?
Why is there going to be renewal?
Listen to the words of verse 2: “They shall see the glory of the Lord, the majesty of our God.”
You are going to see something that is going to change everything.
The Lord is going to come and you will see His glory. God is coming! His glory will be on display!

The King of Assyria decided to come up to war against King Hezekiah
(Isaiah 37:11–17).
The king of Assyria blasphemed against the Lord and told King Hezekiah that God wasn’t all powerful; that God was the same as the idols other countries worshipped. King Hezekiah didn’t need to prove the Lord’s power, because the Lord displayed His power via destruction. Overnight, God killed 185,000 men of the Assyrian army because of the proclamation of their King
(Isaiah 37:36).

✍️🌿Mrs. Kalaiselvi Balakrishnan in Jesus Christ 🌿✍️