Psalm 126:5-6 "Those who plants in tears will harvest in shouts of joy. They weep as they plant their seed, but they sing as they return with the harvest."
Psalms 128:1-2 "How joyful are those who fear the Lord - and all who follow His ways! You will enjoy the fruit of your labor. How joyous and prosperous you will be."
God find us as a broken vessel desperate for a change. We are a work in process, however, God see our full potential. We fell like a mess but He sees the finished project. He directs our steps, so He knows in advance every aspect of our life. He gives us the grace to go through the process. Your tears will one day be replaced with laughter. In the place of heartache, He will give you joy. We have to go through trials and tragedies before we can appreciate the good times. Be rest assured the good times are one the way. Tears replenish your soul and brings you back to life. This awakens you to live out your full potential. Releasing your sorrow is the first part of the process.
Tears and brokenness in victorious warfare, faith warfare. Tears in scripture play a unique role in spiritual breakthrough. Here we discover that the planting of seeds accompanied by a spirit of brokenness will not only bring a spiritual harvest of results, but will leave the sower with a spirit of rejoicing through the process. This passage along with numerous others in scripture regarding a spirit of brokenness, pictures a variety of purposes and functions related to what might be termed “the ministry of tears,” a ministry Charles H. Spurgeon defined as “liquid prayer.”
First, there are tears of sorrow or suffering (2 Kings 20:5).
Second are tears of joy (Gen 33:4).
Third are tears of compassion (John 11:35).
Fourth, there are tears of desperation (Esther 4:1,3).
Fifth, there travail, or giving birth (Isaiah 42:14).
Sixth, there are tears of repentance (Joel 2:12, 13). Passion in spiritual warfare is clearly needed.