How to read the dew.

Are you aware that God speaks through the dew and numbers. We find this in Deuteronomy 32:1-2.

This is a daily revelation from God’s word as a means for us hearing from God daily. This revelation begins with the written word.

You may have heard the phrase, “The Kings English” but did you know that are many different varieties or variations of the language that used in the king’s court.

What follows may be one part of the King’s language.

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

In Revelation 1:6, we find out that we are kings and priest(s). Thus, by Jesus we become part of the king’s court. We can learn one of the many language that are spoken in the court.

“By Jesus Christ who loves us and washed us from our sins in His own blood, and has made us kings and priest(s) to His God and Father.”  Revelation 1:6

Psalm 5:3 (NKJV) says, “My voice You shall hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning I will direct it to You, And I will look up.”

Lamentations 3:22-23, 22 “Through the LORD’S mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassion(s) fail not. 23 They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness.”

In the Bible the days and months are referred to many times as numbers.  Thus, for each day the dew appears there are three primary numbers associated with the dew (which we will refer to as the dew point.) The dew point’s primary numbers are the month, day, and year.  When including the dew point number this will make up a total of 4 primary different numbers. The other two are the time of day and location. For this dew report I use 6am for the time and Jerusalem for the location.

Example: year, month, day, and dew point.

For the sentence structure, it is year (verse(s) out of Psalms, month, day, and dew point. Include the biblical meaning of the numbers in the above order to make up the daily dew report.

As you know, our God is limitless and I am sure I have not received the total revelation on the language of numbers, however I would like to share with you what our Lord has shared with me so far.

However, I think that because dew is only mentioned in the Old Testament, and that was written in Hebrew, it would be best to read this in the language of that day.  Remember we are trying to read the language of the dew through numbers not Hebrew. In Hebrew they have a different calendar than the one we use.

Exodus 12:1-2 says, “Now the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying, “This month shall be your beginning of months; it shall be the first month of the year to you.”  Until now the calendar was, so to speak, in God’s hand. From this point on; the Hebrew calendar was placed in the hands of the Jewish people. “Now the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying 2) “This month shall be your beginning months; it shall be the first month of the year to you.”

So January 1 2017 (1-1-2017) in the Jewish calendar is, Tevet 3 5776 (10-3-5777). What about the year number? It is the same number through out the year. Yes, that is true. Some of the top Jewish Rabbis have noticed a connection between the Psalms and the years from 1901 to 2017. Example, Psalm(s) 1 with 1901, Psalm(s) 2 with 1902, like up to Psalm(s) 117 with 2017. Thus 5777 might just also have a connection with Psalm 117.

Psalm 117 (MEV)

1 Praise the Lord, all you nations! Exalt Him, all you peoples!
2 For His merciful kindness s great towards us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever.
Praise the Lord

Modern English Version translation.

With this page for the meaning of the year and going to the biblical meanings of the numbers one can begin to understand and read this language of the dew.

By going to the internet you can get the dew point for your location. One of the best sites is, or  

Remember there are 4 different numbers, (day, month, year, and dew point). By cross reference with your calendar you can get the dew language.

You may ask what about a dew point number that there is not a biblical meaning to, like 54.  One could add the 50 and 4, or 43 add 42 and 1. Go to the number below your number and add the extra number, to add up to the number for the dew point.

Note that this is personalized for you. This requires that you listen to the Holy Spirit within you. The dew point changes throughout the day.  Also if and how you utilize Psalms 117. With the different meaning and how they are made into a sentence.

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.