Judah Springs Forth

As you can imagine, the days and weeks leading up to Passover are a busy time at Glory of Zion.  This year, the added excitement and activity at the Global Spheres Center in Corinth have added a whole new dimension to our preparations.  In the Twelve Tribes Garden, we have maneuvered through some interesting weather patterns lately, including rain, hail, high winds, and the variety of temperatures typical of north Texas springtime.  This morning, I went to the garden to see the finished water feature.  The first thing I noticed was the sound: the water actually sounds musical as it cascades gently over the rocks and into the stream bed.  How appropriate that the center of Judah has musical accompaniment provided by the balanced combination of water and stone.  I can’t wait for you all to see it!

Just so you can appreciate the process, I have provided a series of photographs taken over the last week.

9 responses to this post.

  1. Great work. This is going to be beautiful. Now if we could just figure a way to get it to water our community gardens 😉



  2. Posted by Dottie Maryott on April 17, 2011 at 3:42 am

    OHHH, What a wonderful sight to go to bed with! I absolutely love the sounds water makes running over stones. My husband and I used to go fly fishing on the Poconos and there’s nothing like a mountain stream, and the smell of the woods in the mountains. Our dalmat1on used to come home spent from running, with his head smelling like the woods

    Just can’t wait to get to Beulah Acres to see and hear it. The progress is so amazing. How blessed the Land is to have you at the helm….it is being resurrected. Love, Dottie


  3. Posted by Ernestine Burke on April 17, 2011 at 5:56 am

    Wow! It looks amazing. Can’t wait to see it at Pentecost! Blessings to you Pam:)


  4. Posted by Sally on April 17, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    The water feature is beautiful Pam ! No garden is complete without one !
    We have a Koi pond in our backyard and the water sounds and the fish are so soothing. We like to have coffee by the pond on our garden bench.
    Thank you for sharing all the progress reports. It is fun watching it evolve into something so beautiful ! We look forward to seeing it in person one day. Happy Gardening Pam !!


  5. Posted by Virginia Mary Zajesky on April 17, 2011 at 9:31 pm

    Wow! Great job. I’d love to be there.


  6. Posted by maria wennberg on April 19, 2011 at 3:48 am

    I can’t wait to hear the water.
    How amazing to be a part of the symphony of all of creation.
    Thank you Pam, for all of your hard work.Maria


  7. Posted by Gaenor on April 20, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    Hi Pam! I have just been doing a study and came across something that i am so excited about – i believe it just confirms the wonderful leading of the Lord and Chuck’s obedience! I am so excited about resurrection Sunday service in the garden now!
    The study is on the priestly garments but what ‘caught’ my attention is the following – Resurrection – ‘Onastatic’ the ‘ona’ means ‘to stand’- resurrection means – TO STAND UP AGAIN. 1st adam got knocked down in the fall – and turned the garden into a graveyard! BUT JESUS CAME – the 2nd Adam (last Adam) and He turned the graveyard back into a GARDEN! REVERSED THE CURSE!
    What an incredible time is ahead for us at this PASSOVER TIME! Thank you for your and Chuck’s obedience!
    Much love – Gaenor


  8. Posted by Patty on April 26, 2011 at 3:07 am

    We stopped by yesterday. You need to post some more pictures! The area around the water feature looks great! Not to mention the new entry into the garden.


  9. Visited the garden at Pentecost and just enjoyed the sound of the water so much. Thanks for your hard work!


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