Abundant Dew Waiting by the Gate


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“Abundant dew,

Moisture abounds.

Freshness new,

Crisp, clear sounds.

Sunrise sharp,

Don’t be late.


By “Seasons” gate.”



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“You make the outgoings of the morning and evening rejoice.

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You visit the earth and water it,

You greatly enrich it;

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You water its ridges abundantly,

You settle its furrows;

You make it soft with showers,

You bless its growth,

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You crown the year with Your goodness,

And Your paths drip with abundance.

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They drop on the pastures of the wilderness,

And the little hills rejoice on every side.


(brand new baby calf)

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The pastures are clothed with flocks;

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The valleys also are covered with grain;

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They shout for joy, they also sing.”


Psalm 65:8-13 (NKJV)




blessings for a wonderful day,  in Him Who loves you! 1 John 4:19



poem by denisebalog©

photos captured this morning in the abundance of this new day and season!

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

8 thoughts on “Abundant Dew Waiting by the Gate”

    1. New life…was so blessed when I stepped closer to the fence and caught a Momma with her new baby. When they are real “new”, Momma does not like anyone around. She bee-lined herself with baby in tow to the next field. She was gone before I could make my way down the hill to see her. Spring..so exciting!

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