Walking through the garden this morning I was ecstatic to greet all the little pollinators as they quietly got bizzzy to snuggle down into every blossom and bring out with them the golden sweet dust that nourishes and sustains their life. Every drop of dewy rainfall that lingered this morning is evidence of a system that only Abba Father could have orchestrated so flawlessly. All the blossoms are the promise of fruit that will come in its time. Every flower is uniquely beautiful, positioned perfectly, to drink in the warm sunshine of the day.
Similarly, the refreshing presence of the Ruach HaQodesh quietly blankets our hearts in exactly what we need, as it's needed, and pours out the golden light that keeps our hearts burning bright and positioned toward our Eloheim. I implore everyone to attentively and quietly spend time in His creation. Notice how faithfully the birds, crickets, and rustling leaves are singing FOR YOU. How quickly they seem to take a step back to become our back-up "harmony" for the song that immediately bubbles up, as our arms instinctively shoot up to praise Him for His goodness and tender loving-kindness!
A heart that remembers is a heart that takes NOTHING for granted, no matter how small, whether it be glistening drops of rain or the freshness of the air. The observant heart can see Elhim's mighty hand reaching out to say, "I AM THE SOURCE, and I love you this much! Enter into My rest, and I will give you My everlasting Shalom that surpasses all understanding. I will give you beauty for ashes; give Me your burdens for My yoke is easy and My burden is light. I will plant you by rivers of living water. If you drink of Me, you'll never thirst again. You will NEVER be forgotten nor will you ever walk alone."
I'm grateful for eyes that can see the "little things" and ears that can hear all the expressions of love that come forth as nature speaks in its own language, messages that so clearly communicate, "I love you!"
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