Connecting Into Asher Prosperity!


8 responses to this post.

  1. Cool! Wonderful update, looking forward to Asher Prosperity, and the new community garden plantings, as well as the vineyard!


  2. Hallelujah! I so look forward to getting back to Texas to visit you all at Global Spheres!


  3. Posted by Maria Wennberg on January 25, 2013 at 6:19 am

    This is excellent. A new pathway, yes for all of us. Thank you for giving us the visual.
    (You are wearing a great shirt.) Love you all. Maria


  4. Posted by Nancy Stovall on January 25, 2013 at 6:13 pm

    Thanks, Pam. I LOVE how God leads you in the garden! Great visual for prosperity!


  5. Posted by Patricia Bullock on January 25, 2013 at 8:51 pm

    How timely! New pathways created to connect us to all that is in the garden!! Thank you for the update moving with His timing. Also, a heartfelt thank you to the workers for their diligence with a spirit of excellence. Grace and peace to all.


  6. Posted by Joyce Lunde on January 27, 2013 at 2:40 am

    Oh, Pam, this is grea t. To see you on video, to see the path in process (our path toward prosperity) is a very moving thing. Thank you!


  7. That is great looking forward for the finish works.


  8. Posted by Elspeth Brown on April 26, 2013 at 10:20 am

    Hi Pam, you may remember I wrote to you a couple of years ago from England, saying how I had lifted some slabs in my paved back yard to enable the land to”breathe” and blossom-and it did! This past February I heard Dutch Sheets message to move from Hebron to Jerusalem, so last month I moved here to Bridlington on the east coast where my spiritual parents and fellow webcasters are. Guess what-I have a fair sized back garden that is almost totally paved! I believe the Lord showed me what He wanted me to do-there is a rectangle of gravel in the centre, and I plan to make that like the Tabernacle in the wilderness and lift 12 pavers round it to represent the 12 tribes where they camped in order. I want to thank you for the inspiration you have given me through the beautiful garden at Corinth, and for Roberts teaching on Gods timing and seasons- all new to us! We are so grateful. Blessings, Elspeth Brown


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