Mourning

Mourning

 
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  • Those who have been ransomed by the LORD will return to Jerusalem,* singing songs of everlasting joy. Sorrow and mourning will disappear, and they will be overcome with joy and gladness.3 - Isaiah 51:11


  • The sun will never set; the moon will not go down. For the LORD will be your everlasting light. Your days of mourning will come to an end. - Isaiah 60:20


  • To all who mourn in Israel,* he will give beauty for ashes, joy instead of mourning, praise instead of despair. For the LORD has planted them like strong and graceful oaks for his own glory.3 - Isaiah 61:3


  • So put on clothes of mourning and weep with broken hearts, for the fierce anger of the LORD is still upon us. - Jeremiah 4:8


  • O Jerusalem, shave your head in mourning, and weep alone on the mountains. For the LORD has rejected and forsaken this generation that has provoked his fury.' - Jeremiah 7:29


  • "Judah wilts; her businesses have ground to a halt. All the people sit on the ground in mourning, and a great cry rises from Jerusalem. - Jeremiah 14:2


  • For the land is full of adultery, and it lies under a curse. The land itself is in mourning--its pastures are dried up. For the prophets do evil and abuse their power. - Jeremiah 23:10


  • The young women will dance for joy, and the men--old and young--will join in the celebration. I will turn their mourning into joy. I will comfort them and exchange their sorrow for rejoicing. - Jeremiah 31:13


  • They shave their heads and beards in mourning. They slash their hands and put on clothes made of sackcloth. - Jeremiah 48:37


  • "Cry out, O Heshbon, for the town of Ai is destroyed. Weep, O people of Rabbah! Put on your clothes of mourning. Weep and wail, hiding in the hedges, for your god Molech will be exiled along with his princes and priests. - Jeremiah 49:3


  • Jerusalem's streets, once bustling with people, are now silent. Like a widow broken with grief, she sits alone in her mourning. Once the queen of nations, she is now a slave.1 - Lamentations 1:1


  • The roads to Jerusalem* are in mourning, no longer filled with crowds on their way to celebrate the Temple festivals. The city gates are silent, her priests groan, her young women are crying--how bitterly Jerusalem weeps!2 - Lamentations 1:4


  • The joy of our hearts has ended; our dancing has turned to mourning. - Lamentations 5:15


  • You may sigh but only quietly. Let there be no wailing at her grave. Do not uncover your head or take off your sandals. Do not perform the rituals of mourning or accept any food brought to you by consoling friends." - Ezekiel 24:17


  • They shave their heads in grief because of you and dress themselves in sackcloth. They weep for you with bitter anguish and deep mourning. - Ezekiel 27:31


  • When this vision came to me, I, Daniel, had been in mourning for three weeks. - Daniel 10:2


  • There, far from home, you will not be allowed to pour out wine as a sacrifice to the LORD. None of the sacrifices you offer there will please him. Such sacrifices will be unclean, just as food touched by a person in mourning is unclean. All who present such sacrifices will be defiled. They may eat this food to feed themselves, but they may not offer it to the LORD. - Hosea 9:4
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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