Soaking in the garden…

Happy Monday!

With the new cameras allowing for me to record different parts of the garden for extended periods of time, I wanted to create a little “soaking” video for you all. I will be making more of these featuring different parts of the Garden as well – the tribes featured in this video are Judah, Simeon, Gad, Manasseh and Benjamin. Settle in with a cup of coffee, your bible and/or your favorite worship music and enter into God’s presence with this 10 minute video. For those of you who have never been here or don’t often get to visit us, it is a way to experience the garden in the same way that we experience it here in person. I declare that His glory will fall on you and His presence will fill your homes as you worship! I speak new revelation and an anointing to see and hear in a new way, and declare that you will hear from Him if you will take the time to get quiet and just “be” in His presence. Enjoy!


6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Tana Wood on May 19, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    This has got to be a personal best. I can’t even explain the simultaneous Holy Spirit presence and peace that came as I watched this. When I come to GSC I always spend maximum time in the garden. With this video I was truly there and very much needed to be. Thank you!


  2. Squirrel for supper! lol


  3. Posted by Maria Wennberg on May 19, 2014 at 8:32 pm

    Wow, hollywood actors and actresses can’t hold a candle to these actors. What a delight. Do you think they were showing off? In some of these moments you had to look and look again, to really see all that the Lord was showing us. Thank you for this. You are a treasure Tracey. Maria


  4. Posted by Lynn Gordon on May 19, 2014 at 8:35 pm

    Thank you for sharing this video. I live in Tucson and have yet to visit you. But, I did feel like I was there enjoying walking through the garden. The Father has given me a love for fountains, waterfalls, pools and all things water. I enjoyed so much the water sounds. They give me a fresh and clean feeling! And, I find the sound calming and peaceful.


  5. Posted by Lynn Gordon on May 19, 2014 at 8:41 pm

    When I was watching this I wondered if folks could have it as a laptop or PC screen saver? Or, if we could have access to “real time” watching? It would be wonderful to come walk in the garden any time we wanted or needed to.


  6. TY!! I could loop that first water fall all night long and sleep so good! The squirrel made lunch at The Red Lantern look good! 😉


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