There is a place where no rain falls:
The desert: barren, dead.
So don’t let storms of life leave you
To cower in your bed.
The rain can be life-giving if
You’ll only drink it in.
So let the living water wash
You clean from all your sin.
Remember it is only rain
That makes the rainbow shine
When light is shining through the gloom.
It is God’s lovely sign,
Reminding us He’s always near
No matter how we feel.
So look to Him for light and see
The bow as His great seal.
He promised He would not forsake
Nor leave us on our own.
So just dance in the pouring rain
And marvel how you’ve grown.
(c) 2015 Denise McKenney
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