Dew in the bible.

One of the many questions God ask Job was in Job 38;28 is “Does the rain have a father?  Or who has produced the drops of dew?  This question was asked of Job around 2000 BC.  When God revealed His Omnipotence to Job.

Starting about 500 years later is the beginning for when Genesis to Zechariah was written in the bible.  This was around 1450 BC to 500 BC.  During this time we begin to get revelation to the “Who has produced the drops of dew” question.

From the 36 different verses in the bible that contain the word dew, will give us the insight into the dew question.  The word dew is used in the following context.

1) Time God speak as dew. Deuteronomy 32:1-2.

1) Time it is a question. Job 38:28.

1) Time it was from the Lord. Micah 5:7.

1) Time knowledge. Proverbs 3:20

3) Times on the ground with manna. Exodus 16:13, 16:14, Numbers 11:9

4) Times an answer to a question. Judges 6:37-38-39-40.

6) Times as a blessing or favor. Psalms 110:3, 133:3, Proverbs 19:12, Song of Solomon 5:2, Isaiah 18:4, Hosea 14:5.

9) Times as a sign. 2 Samuel 1:21, 17:12, 1 Kings 17:1, Job 29:19, 38:28, Hosea 6:4, 13:3, Isaiah 26:19 (2) times in this verse.

11) Times from heaven. Genesis 27:28, 27:39, Deuteronomy 33:13, 33:28, Daniel 4:15, 4:23, 4:25, 4:33, 5:21, Haggai 1:10, Zech 8:12.


When looking at how the dew was used in the Old Testament you will find that the message of the dew was always positive.  Thus, this language of the dew is always positive.  God is love and this is a language of love.

From the above we can also see that dew is the holiest of all water.

That is all very interesting, however how does this apply to me?

It has been said that there are three universal languages. They are math, music, and love.

Many times the dew occurs at night right before sunrise. During the cool of the morning. We also find that this was also the same time that God spoke to Adam and Eve. Genesis 3:8

There is always a number connected with the dew. There is always a dew point number for every location on earth. It may be by knowing the number (dew point temperature) that there is a greater meaning to this number,than what we know.

We may get an insight to the dew point number in Deuteronomy 32:1-2. “Give ear,O heavens, and I will speak. Speak; O earth, the words of my mouth. My teaching drop like the rain, My sayings
will distill as the dew, as the droplets on the grass, and as the showers on the herb.”

We see that God speaks through the dew, and numbers are a universal language.

What follows may be one part of the Kings language.

You may have heard the phrase “The Kings English”.

Many times a different type or use of the language was used in the king court.

“To Him who loved us and washed us from our own sins in His own blood, and has made us kings and priest to His God and Father, to Him be glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen.” Revelation 1:6

This may be a language for us to understand, and hear the King of Kings.

Psalms 5:3 “O Lord, in the morning You will hear my voice, in the morning I will direct my prayer to You, and I will watch expectanly.”

Lamentations 3:22-23 “It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed;  His compassions do not fail. They are new every morning, great is Your faithfulness.”