Drenched in Heavenly Dew!
I believe we are in a season where God is calling us to draw nearer to Him, to come and meet with Him in that secret place.
You may not have had a very long relationship with Him, He might just be calling you now like Jesus did when He walked the earth, He may be saying. "Come, follow Me...." (Matthew 4:18-22, Mark 1:16-20, Mark 2:4, Luke 5:27-28). Or you may have been a Christian for 30 years, it doesn't matter to Him, He's calling all of us to draw closer to Him.
"He's saying as He did in Mark 6:31 "Let's go off by ourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile."
Why? You may ask, because, in this time of many negative voices around us (voices that do not line up with God's word) and confusion all around, anxiety and fear, our lives can become so busy, hectic even, there is no longer any right and wrong, everyone has an opinion and it's not always a Godly one. Right in the middle of all this instability and chaos, God is calling us away to a quiet place so He can drench us with heavenly dew. In Hosea 14:5 God says "I will be to Israel like a refreshing dew from heaven." He knows that it's the only way we can be strong enough to make it to the end without being deceived (Matthew 24:23-24).
Many of God's people are living dewless lives yet there's so much more but it's found only in His Presence.
We cannot produce it but we can receive it when we are in that beautiful quiet place where the Holy Spirit may drench us with God's heavenly dew. It's in this place that we are strengthened, restored, often healed and refreshed. It's also a place where God is able to speak to us and give us revelation, it positions us for the supernatural. But most of all it's a place to just enjoy His Presence, cause in His presence is peace and fullness of joy (Psalm 16:11).
He just longs to spend time with His precious children.
So I ask you today... Are you ready to respond to His call?
"Rise us, my darling' come away with me, my fair one." (Song of Songs 3:10)
More Scriptures: Psalm 91:1, Psalm 140:13, Psalm 16:11, Acts 2:28, Gen 27:28
God bless you all and have a great week in His Presence!