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He Will Wipe Every Tear From Their Eyes

Revelation 21:4 says, "He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away."

In this verse we see God's view on our suffering; that He is compassionate and willing to take it all away. His promise of hope can be found in His promise of no more death, mourning, crying, or pain; He will make all things new.

We can be encouraged that our suffering is not permanent, and with God's help, we can move to a place of restoration and hope. This requires us to look upon God and listen to what He has to say. We need to learn from the Bible that He is the source of hope, strength, and peace.

We can also change our outlook on life by developing a relationship with God through prayer and worship. We must practice trusting God in all things, even when faced with challenges beyond our control. When we do this, we will be filled with hope and joy knowing that God will work all things for our good.

In summary, Revelation 21:4 gives us an encouraging message of hope and assurance in God's view on suffering. We can trust Him to take away all pain and turn it into something beautiful. When we look to Him, listen to His word, and learn to trust Him, we can be assured that He will lead us in the right direction and restore our hope.

Let's look to God today and let His promise of no more death, mourning, crying, or pain fill our hearts with hope and joy. Let us learn to practice trusting Him in all things so that we may remain changed and filled with the assurance of His love and peace.

That is God's view on suffering, a message that brings us hope and joy. May we all take comfort in His words today. Amen.

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