As per habit of mine, each morning when I get up I go through this routine that I have come to enjoy. After waking from sleep, I go downstairs and greet and and let the dogs out to do their business. I find they are always happy to see me and greet each new day with such enthusiasm and excitement. After this I feed them. Then I make coffee for myself and go outside and sit on the bench in the backyard. Now here's to the point. This morning when I stepped outside and beheld the day it was absolutely stunning to behold. The warm colors of fall greeted me with an array of red, yellow, green and orange leaves that were being illuminated by the raising of the sun. It was glowing outside in multi-color! I immediately thought "How good Yahweh is!". I walked to the bench and sat down. I proceeded to drink my coffee, as I though on the possible events of the day. I was so thankful to be experiencing this moment in time connecting with the Creator. All went silent. The birds stopped singing and there was no wind was blowing. The moment was prefect. I reached from my cup of coffee and brought it to my lips; already anticipating the sensation of smell, taste, warmth, and satisfaction. But the cup was empty! In that second, right then when I realize that there was no more coffee and I experienced a deep feeling of disappointment. The cup was empty. Well, I look at the cup and sat it down alongside of me on the bench. I looked up at the sky, the trees, and observed the beauty that was all around. I looked back at the empty cup. At that moment I heard in my spirit. "My cup will never run dry". Then I remember a Bible verse I once read in the Book of Lamentations.
"It is of the LORD'S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassion's fail not.They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.The LORD is my portion, saith my soul; therefore will I hope in him.
Yes I was gently reminded this morning of the love of God and how each day is a new day full of his unending grace and mercy that he has extended to me and to you. Everything we need and could ever want is found in him. He is that cup that never runs dry.