After Head of the Year

After so many visitors the last few days, the garden was strangely quiet this morning when I arrived.  Everyone who works and volunteers in the garden was blessed beyond words by so many souls walking, praying, and enjoying the tangible presence of God in this dedicated piece of earth.  Thanks to all who came in person to the Head of the Year Conference.  Those of you who joined on the web and keep up with the garden through this blog, thank you for your prayers and comments.  I read every comment personally.  I admit that I am often moved to tears when I read how this labor of love touches many of you.  I am blessed to be a part of this special garden, but I am equally blessed to be connected to so many of you through the pages and photographs of this blog.  And so, my gift to those who came and those who couldn’t  is another walk in the garden the morning after the conference.  Shalom.

25 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Susan on September 27, 2011 at 1:28 am

    The garden is beautiful. We hope to visit it in October.


  2. Posted by Wanda Ulrey on September 27, 2011 at 1:56 am

    The garden is beautiful. You can tell that much love has gone into every aspect of the garden. I know God is smiling at this lovely gift to Him by the rain that you have had.
    Thank you so much for sharing with all of us.


  3. Posted by Paula Anthis on September 27, 2011 at 2:47 am

    These pictures made me feel I was walking in His appointed garden with Him. While I have followed the blog, this post seems so beyond all the others. It gives a sense of the magnificent growth He has blessed to take place in a summer of heat.
    Maybe a reflection of how we, also, will thrive, survive and even flourish as He heats things up in the future?
    THANKS Pam, for hearing and obeying our God to perform the words He has sent forth regarding this garden. Thanks for sharing your
    testimony of how He has led you all the way and for laboring to establish His way where and where He spoke it to be.

    Love and blessings


  4. Posted by Glenda Pettit on September 27, 2011 at 2:54 am

    And the earth is filled with the glory of the Lord! Thank you and all your team and those who have donated to make the vision a reality! Such a joy to walk in the garden, to experience Him and leave refreshed!


  5. The garden is a wonderful gift of love to the Father and all who see it. What a sacrifice by many in the summer heat!! May the Lord return & multiply time, energy, and finances by all who gave this labor of love.

    Thank you for your obedience. What a visual harvest you have reaped and all of us get to enjoy. Cannot wait to see the garden again.


  6. Posted by Susan Pitts on September 27, 2011 at 3:06 am

    The teachings about the twelve tribes and the plants and flowers related to each one are just wonderful. Love it so much! I am going to try to put one element from from each of the twelve tribes in my garden here in Oklahoma. I was wondering if you had thought about a book based on the garden? The biblical insight behind the selection of the flowers etc. is just amazing. Thank you so much for this blessing,
    Susan from Oklahoma


  7. I love to walk through the garden in your pictures. The peace overwhelms me and my heart rests. You have truly made flowers to bloom in the desert. I love it here. Thank you so much.


  8. Posted by Betty Moore on September 27, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    I felt the Lord say as I gazed on the beauty of this garden’ This is My Well Watered Garden” Thanks for all of your hard work. It is truly a blessing to all who look at it!


  9. Posted by Glenda on September 27, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    Pam, thank you so much for sharing the journey with all of us. It has personally meant so much to me, probably first, because I have seen parts of this garden in a vision that I had and it has been amazing to see God go so beyond. Secondly, we had a house fire in early March and typically I would have spent the past 8 months in my own home garden, where my back yard was my sanctuary, but instead I have walked the journey with you in His garden and watched the parallels in our lives/home as He is making all things new, bringing forth new life and restructuring all of our lives for the new season. Bless you and all who labor with you.


  10. Posted by Karla Gilles on September 27, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Thank you for the walk through the garden, this is what it means when God said cultivate and keep it. After seeing the map of Texas all in red (high drought) except for a couple yellow (mild drought) areas which included Corinth, knowing that God has set Global Spheres Center in place as a Goshen in the land. I am touched by the Creator’s love and delight He has as He knows you have been faithful. You can feel the delight of the Father!


  11. Posted by Sally on September 27, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    Thank you so much Pam for sharing these beautiful pictures of the garden ! You can feel the peace of God even through the pictures. A refreshing that was much needed this morning. Bless you !


  12. Posted by Gaenor Erasmus on September 27, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Beloved Pam – the pictures just spell out – LIFE! LIFE IN ABUNDANCE!! Thank you for touching our Father’s heart and expressing the wonders and beauty of what lies ahead for us! You are an inspiration!
    Much love
    Gaenor & Noel Erasmus


  13. Posted by Nancy Lee on September 27, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    So very beautiful. I appreciate your sharing the pictures with those of us that can’t or aren’t there. But hope to see this in person one day soon. God bless.


  14. It is beautiful as usual.

    I see the Monarch Butterflies are enjoying and being blessed by some tasty nectar on their migration. I’m sure they are so thankful for the garden, probably more than we will ever know.

    I love butterflies and have a butterfly garden which not only has flowers and other things butterflies enjoy but also has plants for the catapillars before they become butterflies.

    Thank you Pam for your updates they are so appreciated.


  15. Posted by Linelle Kelley on September 27, 2011 at 8:32 pm

    What a labor of love this has been, Pam. The Lord is saying, “Well done, good and faithful servant!” The garden is so beautiful. I feel it’s peace just from looking at the pictures. I can’t wait to be able to come in person. You are a blessing.


  16. Posted by zionsgate on September 28, 2011 at 12:30 am

    Dear Sister Pam-
    Again, thank you for the continued blessing of ‘seeing’ what is blossoming from Heaven’s gate to GZI/GSC Prayer Garden. I am continually edified by the video replays of what the Lord is speaking to His Body via Global Spheres Center, and feel like I can ‘touch’ the Holy grounds in looking at the inspiring photos.

    I have posted on my Weblog an essay on ‘The Blessings of Rosh HaShanah & Yom Kippur’… I pray that you may find it edifying. (

    All for His Glory, Kingdom Blessings… in HIM ~Santos


  17. Love what you did Pam! I have a question of you. I hope you read these postings… I sent to you a book as a gift and just was wondering if indeed you received it. Being a photographer, i hope to one day to get to Corinth and get some images in this prayer garden as well as what the Lord points out to me. I make greeting cards and do have them around here in San Diego. Maybe one day to other cities.. You have done a wonderful job in the garden. Monarchs a beautiful butterfly and do need milkweed to lay eggs on, if you do want them to do so………. Shalom
    Nicole Ramirez


    • I do read every comment that comes in–it’s one of the highlights of my week! Tell me the title of the book you sent and I will let you know if it found me! As for milkweed . . . you bet! There are two lovely milkweed plants in Simeon, along with many other larval plant species for the caterpillars. Our datura, fennel, and parsley plants have been chewed on regularly all summer, so we know the caterpillars have been well-fed. I’d love to see samples of your work. If you would like to send them to Global Spheres, just address it to my attention. Bless you!


  18. Posted by Elvira on September 28, 2011 at 6:15 am

    THANK YOU Pam, the garden and pictures are so beautiful!
    What a joy to sense the presence of our Lord in this garden
    and to walk through this garden online!


  19. Posted by Hiroya Watanabe on September 28, 2011 at 1:45 pm

    Thank you for very beautiful garden!
    I’m very glad to see this garden.

    I support from Japan.
    And, I pray for you and the Israel Prayer Garden.

    Blessings, Hiroya.


  20. Posted by Jean Rodwick on September 28, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    Pam, thank you for your pictures. I was in Switzerland during the Head of the year, but plan to be in Corinth for the First Fruits at the end of October. I can’t wait to be there in person. Blessings, Jean Rodwick [I begin my day with prayer for ALL your family, kids and grandkids. I began praying for everyone when we were all at New Life Prayer Center and Isaac and Ethan were just little ones. Recently I have added Keith to the list.]


  21. Posted by Deborah Coates on October 2, 2011 at 6:49 pm


    The Israel Prayer Garden permeates with peace and the fragrance of the Lord. Being able to walk in the prayer garden brings hope for one that longs to travel to Israel in the near future. I would love to help in some way with the work in the garden to sow into the garden that is dedicated to the Lord.


  22. Posted by Esther Tubbs on October 5, 2011 at 9:55 pm

    As I look at the pictures posted on the web I can sense the Presence of the Lord and joy in the beauty I am seeing. The Lord has truly anointed you and your helpers. It looks like the Garden has been there all the time because the flora is so abundant and lush in places. Blessings , Blessings!! This Garden will be a place to see what He is saying! In His joy, Esther Tubbs


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