A sudden end of a life of sorrow opens up a new season of joy. For the righteous, an experience of sorrow is merely a phase and not a long-time race. This explains why Jesus said to his disciples that their sorrows shall be turned into joy (John 16:20). That means you can make a divine shift from living a life of sorrow to a daily experience of joy.
A man may burst into tears of joy because his heart is overwhelmed by the fulfillment of an amazing promise of God. Joseph could not contain his joy when his brothers who had made mockery of his dreams, came to make obeisance to him. Mary and Martha had given up on the resurrection of their brother, Lazarus. They had concluded that his restoration to life is a futuristic event which could only be possible on the day of resurrection. The restoration of their brother to life stirred them to shed tears of joy.
Whenever God wants to beat the imagination of His people, He may decide to tear the heavens and rain showers of blessings upon them. By virtue of this, His people will cease from weeping for sorrow and begin to weep for joy. I pray the miracle that will make you weep for joy will attend your way in Jesus name.