Yes, it is all about a garden and the choices made being there.
Have you ever really thought about all that has taken place in a garden? Life and death took place there.
The fall of the human race had its source there when temptation to the lust of the flesh, the eyes, and the pride of man was given into when Eve was tempted by the enemy to partake of what God said not to. Sin was ignored then justified by believing in a lie.
Yes, and also victory and restoration took place when Jesus wrestled with that same flesh and lies from the enemy but was victorious because His love won over. The love for the Father’s will and for us won over the desire to save His own life. He kept His eyes on the joy set before Him.
How much more can be accomplished in our own life as we draw close to Jesus in the secret place, the garden of our own heart, as we overcome the lust of the flesh and the desire to have our own way and overcome to have God’s will take place in our heart.
Yes, life or death can take place by one choice to succeed and to do God’s will in the garden.
How much more can be accomplished if we choose to spend much quality time sitting at His feet, basking in His presence, refreshing your self taking the time to smell the roses, feeling the freshness of a gentle breeze, the warmth of the sunlight, and the sounds of nature.
Yes, take the time to embrace all He gave His life for us to have.
Yes, it is all about the garden and what we choose to do there
What was so special about this post is that what I thought I was just writing by the inspiration of Holy Spirit I found out that another lady at the very exact time wrote thought by thought the very same message!
Talk about confirmation in knowing that God’s people are truly of one mind and are in one accord!
~ Yolanda Ballard
Yolanda Ballard of At The Father’s Feet website, shares with you, the body of Christ, the words she’s received quietly sitting at the Father’s feet. I believe Jesus set the example for us to follow. Whenever He could He would come apart from the busyness of the world so that He could quiet Himself before the Father, for that is where He received direction and strength to carry out His will.