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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Isaiah 35:10


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    King James Bible - Isaiah 35:10

    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 away.

    World English Bible

    The Yahweh's ransomed ones will return, and come with singing to Zion; and everlasting joy will be on their
    heads. They will obtain gladness and joy, and sorrow and sighing will flee away."

    Douay-Rheims - Isaiah 35:10

    And the redeemed of the Lord shall return, and shall come into Sion with praise, and everlasting joy shall be upon their
    heads: they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and mourning shall flee away.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    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 away.

    Original Hebrew

    ופדויי
    6299 יהוה 3068 ישׁבון 7725 ובאו 935 ציון 6726 ברנה 7440 ושׂמחת 8057 עולם 5769 על 5921 ראשׁם 7218 שׂשׂון 8342 ושׂמחה 8057 ישׂיגו 5381 ונסו 5127 יגון 3015 ואנחה׃ 585

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    VERSE (10) -
    Isa 51:10,11 Mt 20:28 1Ti 2:6

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 35:10

    Y los redimidos del SEÑOR volverán, y vendrán a Sion con cánticos; y gozo perpetuo será sobre sus cabezas; y retendrán el gozo, y la alegría, y huirán la tristeza y el gemido.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Isaiah 35:10

    Verse 10. The
    ransomed] yywdp peduyey, from hdp padah, "to redeem by paying a price." Those for whom a price was paid down to redeem them from bondage and death.

    Sighing shall flee away.] hjna anachah. Never was a sorrowful accent better expressed than in this strong guttural word, an-ach-ah; nearly the same with the Irish in their funeral wailings, och-och-on. The whole nation express all their mournful accents by these three monosyllables.

    THIS chapter contains the following parts:- 1. We have here blessed promises of the latter-day glory.

    2. The prophet may be considered as addressing the teachers of the Gospel, to show them that it was their husiness to encourage and direct the people in their expectation of redemption.

    3. A promise of the manifestation of God among men is given.

    4. The miracles which Christ should work are explicitly mentioned.

    5. The privileges of Christianity are specified; there skall be, 1. Thorough teaching; 2. Holy walking.

    6. Perfect safety.

    7. Complete kappiness. And] 8. Final glory.

    The chapter shows also that no impurity should be tolerated in the Church of God; for as that is the mystical body of Christ, it should be like himself, without spot or wrinkle, or any such thing.


    Matthew Henry Commentary
    The flourishing
    state of Christ's kingdom. (Is. 35:1-4) The privilege of his people. (Is. 35:5-10)

    Is. 35:1-4 Judea was prosperous in the days of Hezekiah, but the kingdom of Christ is the great subject intended. Converting grace make the soul that was a wilderness, to rejoice with joy and singing, and to blossom abundantly. The feeble and faint-hearted are encouraged. Thi is the design of the gospel. Fear is weakening; the more we striv against it, the stronger we are, both for doing and suffering; and he that says to us, Be strong, has laid help for us upon One who is mighty. Assurance is given of the approach of Messiah, to tak vengeance on the powers of darkness, to recompense with abundan comforts those that mourn in Zion; He will come and save. He will com again at the end of time, to punish those who have troubled his people and to give those who were troubled such rest as will be a full rewar for all their troubles.

    Is. 35:5-10 When Christ shall come to set up his kingdom in the world then wonders, great wonders, shall be wrought on men's souls. By the word and Spirit of Christ, the spiritually blind were enlightened; an those deaf to the calls of God were made to hear them readily. Thos unable to do any thing good, by Divine grace were made active therein Those that knew not how to speak of God or to God, had their lip opened to show forth his praise. When the Holy Ghost came upon the Gentiles that heard the word, then were the fountains of life opened Most of the earth is still a desert; neither means of grace, spiritual worshippers, nor fruits of holiness, are to be found in it. But the way of religion and godliness shall be laid open. The way of holiness is the way of God's commandment; it is the good old way. And the way to heaven is a plain way. Those knowing but little, and unlearned, shal be kept from missing the road. It shall be a safe way; nothing can d them any real hurt. Christ, the way to God, shall be clearly mad known; and the way of a believer's duty shall be plainly marked out Let us then go forward cheerfully, assured that the end of this wa shall be everlasting joy, and rest for the soul. Those who by faith ar made citizens of the gospel Zion, rejoice in Christ Jesus; and their sorrows and sighs are made to flee away by Divine consolations. Thu these prophecies conclude. Our joyful hopes and prospects of eterna life should swallow up all the sorrows and all the joys of this presen time. But of what avail is it to admire the excellence of God's word unless we can call its precious promises our own? Do we love God, no only as our Creator, but because he gave his only Son to die for us And are we walking in the ways of holiness? Let us try ourselves by such plain questions, rather than spend time on things that may be curious and amusing, but are unprofitable __________________________________________________________________


    Original Hebrew

    ופדויי 6299 יהוה 3068 ישׁבון 7725 ובאו 935 ציון 6726 ברנה 7440 ושׂמחת 8057 עולם 5769 על 5921 ראשׁם 7218 שׂשׂון 8342 ושׂמחה 8057 ישׂיגו 5381 ונסו 5127 יגון 3015 ואנחה׃ 585


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