Finding His Blossoms

12 Jun

Finding His Blossoms…

In the Song of Solomon, the bride says of the bridegroom, “My Beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms from the vineyards of En Gedi.”

Why the henna blossoms of En Gedi? Why not the henna blossoms of Galilee? Why not just henna blossoms? Why does it matter where they come from?

En Gedi is in the barren, rocky, dry, hot and forbidding wilderness of Judea. There’s virtually no life. But in the middle of this desert flow waters – the springs of En Gedi.

Around the waters, blooms life and henna blossoms. That’s why the love of the Bridegroom to the Bride and of God to you is like henna blossoms from En Gedi.

You will find even in the driest places of your life that God’s love still flows like waters in the desert with blooming flowers.

You’ll never know God’s love as sweet as when you find it in a secret place and away from everything else. Get away today as David did.

Get away from all the distractions, problems and temptations. Get refreshed by the pure love of God in the secret place.

My beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms from the vineyards of En Gedi. Song Of Solomon 1:14

Seek today to find the henna blossoms of En Gedi – in places where you’ve never seen God’s blessings or presence. Go looking for His blessings and finding His presence.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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