7 And he will destroy  in this mountain the face of the covering cast over all people, and the vail that is spread over all nations.
7 On this mountain he will destroy the shroud that enfolds all peoples, the sheet that covers all nations;
7 And he will swallow up on this mountain the covering that is cast over all peoples, the veil that is spread over all nations.
7 And here on this mountain, God will banish the pall of doom hanging over all peoples, The shadow of doom darkening all nations.
7 And He will destroy on this mountain The surface of the covering cast over all people, And the veil that is spread over all nations.
7 There he will remove the cloud of gloom, the shadow of death that hangs over the earth.
Matthew Henry's Commentary on Isaiah 25:7
Commentary on Isaiah 25:6-8
(Read Isaiah 25:6-8)
The kind reception of repentant sinners, is often in the New Testament likened to a feast. The guests invited are all people, Gentiles as well as Jews. There is that in the gospel which strengthens and makes glad the heart, and is fit for those who are under convictions of sin, and mourning for it. There is a veil spread over all nations, for all sat in darkness. But this veil the Lord will destroy, by the light of his gospel shining in the world, and the power of his Spirit opening men's eyes to receive it. He will raise those to spiritual life who were long dead in trespasses and sins. Christ will himself, in his resurrection, triumph over death. Grief shall be banished; there shall be perfect and endless joy. Those that mourn for sin shall be comforted. Those who suffer for Christ shall have consolations. But in the joys of heaven, and not short of them, will fully be brought to pass this saying, God shall wipe away all tears. The hope of this should now do away over-sorrow, all weeping that hinders sowing. Sometimes, in this world God takes away the reproach of his people from among men; however, it will be done fully at the great day. Let us patiently bear sorrow and shame now; both will be done away shortly.