Merry Christmas, my Beautifully Made Friends! This week’s story “Morning Dew In The Desert” is a story in 12 parts… celebrating 12 Days of Christmas. It is the beginning of the end of my “stories of hope” series with a finale on Christmas Day. Hope you have been encouraged as much as I have these past few weeks.
Whether we are looking or not, this phenomenon does occur. It’s after the sun has hammered the earth all day with its heat. No longer with the light, the night aura descends with its darkness and cooling presence, and suddenly it appears.
Morning dew is a shimmering blanket that covers all of the things lowest to the ground. Emerging after the midnight hours, its simple form sparkles best when the sun begins to shine. You see it mostly on grass and plants; however, it can materialize on other objects. When we awake, we know it hasn’t rained, but we can see its beauty.
You must be watching for the morning dew. Otherwise you may miss it for it can appear in a dry desert place like a miracle. Using the sweet sounds of heaven, the morning dew softly sings to those who are listening, those who are looking for its arrival. It gently whispers one word to all who would hear… hope.
You might think it’s too late for your miracle. Maybe the mistakes you’ve made can never be erased? Maybe you feel there’s no hope for your future? (Jeremiah 29:11) No matter, because there is a God in heaven yearning to reveal Himself. He is the God-Who-Sees you (Genesis 16:13), the One who revives hope.
Pam looked like an ordinary wife and mother, a woman without a past, but this gorgeous gal can capture your attention for countless hours when she recounts her life. Her tale is a redemptive epic in which anyone of us could have fallen prey. Her true story bursts with suspense and may compel you to know this God who unconditionally loves. Undeniably, God worked all these things for good for she chose to believe Him. Will you?
Hope you will join me in this 12 Days of Christmas celebration. Every day I will post more of Pam’s story with a finale on Christmas Day. You never know when you may find yourself in a desert place, so be encouraged that God can work a miracle. No matter what obstacles you face today, will you believe?