ISAIAH 60:20

Your sun shall no more go down, nor shall your moon withdraw itself; for the Lord shall be your everlasting light, and the days of your mourning shall be ended. Amp.


Light -c) illumination, bright, clear, day, morning, sun.

Illuminate -d) to give light to, light up, to make clear, explain, to inform, enlighten, to make famous.

Glory -c) copiousness.

Copiousness -c) abundance.

Mourning -d) a sorrowing or lamenting: specific., the expression of grief at someone’s death.

We all do love it when the sun is shining. It makes the outside so much more beautiful than the gloomy thickness of a cloudy day. But on the other hand, if you go through this life without the true Light of the world, you walk in darkness whether the sun is shining or not.

This scripture is from Isaiah 60 which is about the last days glory upon Spiritual Jerusalem. The Lord will pour His latter-day glory on His chosen ones who have been prepared to receive it. The rest of the world will be in darkness because He is withholding the Light as He did when He brought the plagues upon Egypt.

But His Light will arise upon them, and they will be radiant with the glory of the Lord. Their Light will be their Sunshine that will go down no more. The Hebrew word for glory means copiousness which means abundance. This is an abundance of all that Jesus is. And that will belong to them.

Their Everlasting Light will never go down. The Hebrew word for light means illumination. They will give this light wherever they go. The darkness will know the light is here. They will bring enlightenment and explanation of what is happening and why it is happening. The signs of the end will be all around, and many will seek answers. Their teaching will be illuminated with this great Light as never before.

This Light will be everlasting and bring such a wonderful degree of happiness never before seen upon the earth. It will be so strong because Jesus is revealing His glory as He said He would and there will be no reason to mourn, The King has Come. Is. 2:19-21, Is, 35:2, Is. 40:5

Isaiah 35:10 And the ransomed of the Lord shall return, and come to Zion with singing, and everlasting joy shall be upon their heads; they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away. Amp.



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