Hi and welcome to covered in His dust!  You might wonder why on earth anybody would want to be covered in dust and whose dust is it exactly.

Let me explain.

There’s an ancient Jewish proverb that says,

“Follow the rabbi, drink in his words, and be covered with the dust of his feet.”

Back in Jesus’ day, students of a rabbi would follow him around and in order to be sure they didn’t miss anything important that the rabbi said, they’d have to stick close behind him…in other words, one would end up covered in his dust for having stayed so close to the rabbi while walking along the roads of the Holy Land.

Some days, I lag behind and some days I’m right on His heels.  But either way, my hope is to stay close enough often enough to eventually be covered in the dust of Jesus.

Won’t you come along with me?


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5 thoughts on “

  1. Holly Webb Edwards says:

    I would love to receive emails from you!
    Thank you!

    1. Thanks girl! Hugs and blessings!

  2. The Abstract Thinker says:

    I love this picture. Absolutely love it.

  3. I was blessed by your love for the Messiah with a strong desire to follow behind his feet. It speaks of your strong and committed love for him. This speaks to my heart because, I love to lie at his feet. Sometimes, I tell him, it is alright if you place your feet upon me. Sometimes, I hug him spiritually so tight around his ankles because I am blessed that he loves me. So thank you. Your title is inspiring because of your pure love to follow his Holy Spirit wherever he leads you. I will say this, you will keep right on receiving revelation after revelation. It appears there is no end. Halleluyah!

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