About Drops of Dew

Although the introduction of Moses to his swan song is as lovely as it is lyrical, there is good reason to believe Moses was speaking more of his desire that his words be effective and exert a positive influence on the people of God than he was their sheer poetic beauty. Nonetheless, the song of Moses is Hebrew poetry and like so much of the wisdom literature and the Psalms, is as instructive as it is beautiful, lofty, and inspiring.

May the bits and pieces of this English poetry and occasional prose refresh, encourage, and enlighten those who are striving, with the help of the Spirit, to make The Story part of their own life’s story.

Ray McClendon is married to Linda, his High School Sweetheart of 43 years. They have four children and three grandchildren, Josiah, Abigail, & Benjamin. The McClendons consider their close, loving family to be their greatest achievement.

Ray & Linda have recently relocated to the Southern Bay Area of California to be near family, and while Ray has retired from full-time church ministry, he continues his ministries in First Responder Chaplaincy, theological poetry, and his children’s book series, Angels Whisper. He has published Angels Whisper the Stories of Creation, Respect the Elderly, and the Nativity Story. Angels Whisper the Story of Easter is in the works.

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© ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The poetry on this site may be used or quoted from provided no money is being made directly or indirectly, and that you attribute the author and website. Links back to this site would be greatly appreciated. Thank-you.

4 thoughts on “About Drops of Dew

  1. I look forward to reading your future posts. Ray is certainly gifted and can turn a complicated verse into something relatable.

  2. Pingback: About Drops of Dew… reflections of a poet-theologian | dadcarter16

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