Dear brothers and sisters and all inquirers: I cannot resist sharing with you this most wonderfully inspiring and wise post today from Mirth and Motivation. Gardening in God’s fields is trully productive of much bounty when these guidelines are followed. Please join this ol’ Mississippi farm girl and Christian since the age of five in soaking up this inspiration today! The verses by the unknown author about peas and squash and lettuce and turnips and thyme are well worth memorizing, folks! Bless you all very much. I will be sharing in a few days a most successful questionnaire prepared by a pastoral friend of mine here in NW Alabama! This questionnaire has brough 16 prisoners in Alabama in various locations to a saving knowledge of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Hallelujah! I will add my own comments telling about how conversations with this pastoral friend strengthen and encourge me in my own Christian journey.
May your gardens grow over the rooftops!
Originally posted on Mirth and Motivation:
Gardening God‘s Way by: Author Unknown
Plant three rows of peas:
Peace of mind
Peace of heart
Peace of soul
Plant four rows of squash:
Squash selfishness… Contd
The weather has been quite warm of late… and naturally, many of us have turned our eyes and minds on our gardens. My crocuses are blooming their purple hearts out. Our Vinca, Snowdrops and Lenten Rose have bloomed since January and are not showing signs of exhaustion or boredom yet… So, I look at the garden and see the grace in these life forms; resilient, graceful, colorful, and stronger than their delicate foliage would suggest. I found the poem I added and…
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