Jeremiah 31:26

26 At this I awoke and looked around. My sleep had been most pleasant to me.

Jeremiah 31:26 Meaning and Commentary

Jeremiah 31:26

Upon this I awakened, and beheld
When or after he beheld or had seen the vision and prophecy concerning the incarnation of Christ, and the glory and happiness of his church and people in the latter day, he awoke; for it seems the prophecy contained in this and the preceding chapter was delivered to Jeremiah in a dream; who, when he had seen the vision, and upon the last words being spoken to him, awoke out of it: and my sleep was sweet unto me;
as it must needs be, to have so many gracious promises, and glorious prophecies, delivered to him in it. Some understand the words, that when he awoke out of sleep, he saw and considered with pleasure what had been made known to him; and then fell into a sweet sleep again, which was not usual with him. To which the Targum inclines,

``the prophet said, because of this good news of the days of consolation (that is, the days of the Messiah) that should come, I was raised up, and saw; again I slept, and my sleep was profitable to me.''
So Kimchi. Some interpret the words of Christ, and of his sleep in the grave.

Jeremiah 31:26 In-Context

24 Judah and all its cities will live in it together-also farmers and those who move with the flocks-
25 for I satisfy the thirsty person and feed all those who are weak."
26 At this I awoke and looked around. My sleep had been most pleasant to me.
27 "The days are coming"-[this is] the Lord's declaration-"when I will sow the house of Israel and the house of Judah with the seed of man and the seed of beast.
28 Just as I watched over them to uproot and to tear them down, to demolish and to destroy, and to cause disaster, so will I be attentive to build and to plant them," says the Lord.