Just Pictures

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11 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Virginia Mary Zajesky on May 27, 2011 at 2:38 am

    A fun time was had by all. Praise God! You’re all looking good and so is the garden. Wish I could be there.

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  2. Posted by Betty Moore on May 27, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    Praise the Lord!! forever more. God Bless all of you and the wonderful workers. The new has begun!!

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  3. Posted by Susan Kay Murphy on May 28, 2011 at 1:17 am

    Wow…the LORD is so good! Blessings to everyone for your labor of LOVE.

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  4. Posted by Elizabeth on June 2, 2011 at 8:50 am

    Praise God for this beautiful place of peace where we can meet with God!! Thank you very much for posting these lovely pictures. I pray that God will give me an opportunity to walk through these wow places with him some day soon.

    Congratulations to dear Pam and the crew for the great job they are preparing for the generations to come!!

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  5. Pam, we are on our way to Texas from Corinth, MS with the tree. BJ is just thrilled to have this huge magnolia in the Tahoe with him! Would there be a way to leave it at the Global Spheres Center tonight when we arrive? If we could just set it over to the side somewhere until tomorrow? I’ll be monitoring my phone for your reply. We should arrive after 5 pm.
    thanks and Blessings,
    Looking forward to seeing the garden in Person!
    Ruthie Young

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    • Once you find the garden, just leave your precious cargo close to the garden and well off the driveway. I’ll be there bright and early Wednesday morning to take care of it! Bless you!

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  6. Posted by Betty Moore on June 8, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    Pam I pray for you daily and all you are doing in this hot Texas sun. Truly you are one of God’s master gardners!!

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  7. Posted by Michael and Theresa Butler on June 9, 2011 at 3:07 am

    He calls His people a garden, because they are sweet and beautiful to His mind. He looks on the world, and it grieves Him to the heart—He looks on the little flock of His believing people, and is well pleased. He sees in them the fruit of His travail, and is satisfied. He rejoices in spirit when He sees the kingdom revealed to babes, though the wise and prudent receive it not. As in the day of Noah’s sacrifice, He smells a sweet aroma—and is refreshed. It is very wonderful, very mysterious! Believers are vile in their own eyes, and feel themselves miserable sinners; yet Jesus says, “You are all fair—sweet is your voice—your countenance is lovely—beautiful as Tirzah, lovely as Jerusalem, fair as the moon, and clear as the sun” (Song. 1:15, 4:7, 2:14, 6:10, etc.) Oh, the depths! It sounds incomprehensible and almost incredible; but it is true!

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  8. Posted by Linnie Whittier on June 14, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    any lilacs?

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    • I remember the beautiful lilac in my mother’s New Hampshire garden. The common lilac (from the Syringa vulgaris clan) requires a pretty long period of winter cold, so I have never attempted growing them here. I understand there are some new hybrids called “Descanso,” so perhaps we can try one of those. In the meantime, we have some lovely purple-blooming plants, native and adapted, that do quite well here in the Texas heat, including the purple vitex and the Texas mountain laurel. We will be adding both of those this fall.

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