After Passover

The Passover Conference last week–our first at Global Spheres Center–was, in my opinion, the best ever.  The Spirit of God was so present and tangible!  Resurrection Sunday morning, in particular, generated such an atmosphere of faith and celebration that the air vibrated.  And during the sunrise service, our exuberant rooster, Peter, crowed repeatedly.  The whole earth is filled with His glory, and even the livestock praise His name!

The weather during the conference was beautiful, so everyone was able to enjoy the gardens without an umbrella.  As for the garden: well, it seemed to be waiting in anticipation for Passover, because the roses burst forth in glorious bloom just before the first visitors arrived.  The monarch caterpillars fattened up on the milkweed plants in Simeon to the point that I had to make a nursery run for more! Now we’re waiting for them to emerge from their chrysalises as fully transformed butterflies.

As the last cars left the parking lot on Sunday afternoon, the clouds thickened, grew darker, and rain began to fall.  Over the next 24 hours, the rain gauge registered two inches of rain.  God is good.

As I close out my Shabbat this afternoon, I leave you with a series of photos from the garden.  I thank the Father that I am blessed to spend most of my days laboring side-by-side with Him in the garden He set apart in Corinth, Texas.

Shalom Y’all.

7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Caroline on April 14, 2012 at 11:50 pm

    So nice to enjoy a late night wander through the garden. Seeing the lastest displays of His glory always resets my clock. I do love Rosebud in Judah. Pam, thanks to you and the team for all you do. Blessings, Caroline


  2. Quite refreshing to read of your report, Pam. Hopefully, one day we will see this lovely place on earth. I have enjoyed your progress of this spot dedicated to our Lord. You are a special young lady. from a ‘family’ member in Canada…Salmon Arm, BC


  3. I absolutely love your post and the pictures of the garden leaves me speechless. We are a new Church of Zion in upstate NY near the Canadian border. My husband Zachary and I will be in Corinth for Feast Of Tabernacles to be commissioned. We are so blessed and full of joy to be aligned with GOZ.
    I am looking forward to meeting you and also for your next post. Blessings Diane Bristol


  4. Posted by Janice Theodorou on April 15, 2012 at 6:12 am

    Hi Pam,

    Although I can not smell or touch the garden, I am still greatly blessed by it. One day I will be able to come and see it in person, but the pictures and words you write send blessings out to the multitude and I am grateful. It is a beautiful treasure.

    Blessings and Shalom from California,


  5. Posted by Heidi on April 15, 2012 at 5:31 pm

    Spectacular!! I have walked through this garden many times in the spirit and I thank you and your team for the joy of the beauty displayed! What a treat to see the Iris blooming and the Columbines in their glory! God divinely chose you all for this assignment to bring more of His glory to His people. We are abundantly grateful for your giftings and passion! Looking forward to the day I can actually walk through! Blessings and love, Heidi


  6. Posted by Brenda on April 23, 2012 at 7:40 pm

    Beautiful pictures. I love “walking” through the garden. It’s so special to hear of the Monarch caterpillars in the Israel garden. I have a butterfly garden here in Pennsylvania and have been raising Monarchs for many years. Every fall they migrate to Fla. and Texas!! It’s neat to think some of ours may have found your garden in the fall and their children will come back here this summer to lay eggs. We will raise them and send the next generation back to you. So the cycle will continue. Blessings to you and upon the garden. Love, Brenda


  7. Posted by Angella Hamilton on October 19, 2012 at 8:04 pm

    Hi Pam, this is my first viewing the garden, it’s a great blessing to see the wonderful works of God’s hand it’s awesome. My God continue to bless you all.


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