looks forward to the future. He says that there will be blessing from
the Lord. He looks forward to a time of "joy and singing." He says that
it will be a night of "the glory of the Lord" (Isaiah 35:2). Isaiah
brings Good News to the people - "He will save you" (Isaiah 35:4). This
is the Good News: "Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners" (1
Timothy 1:15). Those who are saved by the Lord are described by Isaiah
as "the redeemed." Once we are "redeemed" or saved by the Lord, we are
called to "walk in the Holy Way" (Isaiah 35:8-9). Isaiah's prophecy
speaks to us of being saved by the Lord. It speaks of walking with the
Lord. It speaks of being with the Lord forevermore. This is the great
message of Isaiah 35:10. This is "unending joy." There will be no more
"sorrow." This is the completion of our salvation.
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