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  1. how beautiful Tracy…you light up my day w your photo’s….

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  2. Posted by Virginia Nicholson on October 7, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    I live in Virginia and excitedly planted a butterfly garden this year and put out my hummingbird feeders. Very few hummingbirds were seen this year and hardly any until July! I also can count the butterflies I saw myself on one hand! I was worried. But that harsh winter affected many patterns and I can only hope and decree that in the Shemitah year my land will rest and I will rest because the Lord God Almighty leads me and my children and grandchildren to possess the gates of our enemies. Since I see the monarch as a symbol of change and new strength coming through the narrows I claim whatever we need to see we see! However we need to pray we do! And whatever new alignments God wants to forge we do not resist! Thank you for the strength from these pictures I receive. I am a professional gardener so I truly look and listen for the voice of God in His creation whenever I am out!
    By the way claiming as Janice said that Iowa and Virginia totally align with Israel in trade and all manner of commerce and support this year in Jesus name!

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  3. Posted by Virginia Nicholson on October 13, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    I only saw one Monarch this year here in Virginia. I went to the Lewis Gintner Botanical Garden’s last Butterfly day on 10-11-2014 and the woman said many states across the nation opted to spray their roadsides as it was cheaper than mowing. Unfortunately that has killed roadside populations of milkweed. Please pray God almighty intervenes in these states and in these programs and damage to this cycle and others is reversed in Jesus Name!

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    • We garden organically here and plant several varieties of milkweed all over the Global Spheres property. All species matter to the One who created them. We choose to partner with Elohim!

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  4. Posted by Judith Meyer on October 17, 2014 at 2:48 am

    Thank you so much for being a steward of all creation! What an awesome team you all
    are and thank you all for encouraging each of us to enter into the preservation of God’s garden using whatever gift He has provided for us to steward. Judith

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