“When it rains it pours.” Know it? Yep, the Morton Salt weather idiom that says when things go wrong, it seems a lot of things go wrong at the same time. Yuk how it works out that way sometimes.
Here’s my positive silver lining spin for today on getting drenched:
Jesus said, “Salt is good, but if it loses its saltiness, how can you make it salty again? Have salt in yourselves, and be at peace with each other.” Mark 9:50
Believers are thought of as the salt of the earth, the covenant leaders who help advance God’s kingdom here. Why salt? Well, it’s symbolic of the presence of God in our lives because salt penetrates and preserves. It’s also a healing agent. That’s what He did with His awesome showers of gracedrops.
Gracedrops, what’s that all about?
So you know I wrote a book about the water. It’s “The Wellspring Of Life,” set to be released on March 15th. Super soaked and stoked about it! Gracedrops are flavor that I tossed out while writing The Wellspring, they’re the cleansing shower of love that God provides. Gracedrops are in the chapter with kerplunk and pitter patter. There are scientific formulas that go along with my theories on the heart… here’s a very brief excerpt:
Flavor + Favor + Gracedrops = The Perfect Storm!
Remember, what goes up must come down – what are you sending up and out of your heart? Look around and see what you’re receiving in return…
Did you know that…
kerplunk + pitter-patter = ker-thump?
Confused? Please don’t be.
- Showers are a good thing because they bless us with puddles of gracedrops.
- When it rains it pours… salt that is.
- One can never get too drippy juicy wet.
- March 15th is the day to pick up “The Wellspring Of Life”
When it rains it pours.
Gettin’ good and salty with gracedrops.
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