What does the Bible say about God's consolation?
Lord, I lay down all the transfers, worries, and sorrows in my life for you. I praise you that Jesus carried all of this for me so that I no longer have to wear it.
He was despised and abandoned by men, a man of pain and familiar with suffering; he was despised as one from whom one hides one's face, and we disregarded him. Indeed, he bore our illness and took on our pain; but we considered him punished, beaten by God and bent over.
The Spirit of the Lord the Ruler is on me because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor; he sent me to unite those who are broken-hearted, to announce liberation to the prisoners and to open the dungeon to the bound to announce the pleasant year of the Lord and the day of our God's vengeance, and to comfort all those who mourn; to grant the mourners of Zion that they are given headdresses instead of ashes, joy oil instead of mourning and formal dresses instead of a sad spirit, that they are called "trees of justice", a "planting of the Lord" for his glory.
As one whom his mother consoles, I will console you; yes, you shall be comforted in Jerusalem!
Therefore he said to them: Go, eat fat and drink sweet things, and send some of them to those who have not prepared anything for themselves; for this day is sacred to our Lord; therefore do not worry, because joy in the Lord is your strength!
When those call, the Lord hears and saves them from all their troubles. The Lord is close to those who are broken in heart, and he helps those who are shattered in spirit.
The mourners are blissful because they are to be comforted!
Don't be afraid of your heart! Believe in God and believe in me!
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Mercy and God of all comfort, who comfort us in all our afflictions, so that we can comfort those who are in all kinds of afflictions by the comfort with which we ourselves are from God be comforted. For just as the sufferings of Christ pour out over us, so does our consolation flow through Christ.
2 Corinthians 1,3-5
For the lamb that is in the middle of the throne will graze them and lead them to living water sources, and God will wipe away all tears from their eyes.
Truly, truly, I say to you, you will cry and lament, but the world will rejoice; and you will mourn, but your sadness should be turned into joy. When a woman gives birth, she is sad because her hour has come; but when she has given birth to the child, she no longer thinks of fear, for the joy that a person was born into the world. So now you too have sadness; but I will see you again, and then your heart will rejoice, and no one should take your joy away from you.