Finally this week I planted my garden. This spring has been cold, rainy and it hasn’t been the right time to get outside and plant.
I had a wonderful time. I love getting my hands into the dirt. I never use gloves. On the other hand, my hubby hates to put his hands into the earth. So he uses the shovel and I play with the dark soil. Heaven.
Joy – beauty – and song.
This week’s Scripture is from The Message:
Yes, there will be an abundance of flowers
and singing and joy!
The deserts will become as green as the mountains of Lebanon,
as lovely as Mount Carmel or the plain of Sharon.
There the Lord will display his glory,
the splendor of our God (Isaiah 35:2)
What joy are you seeing this season?
I watch for the splendour of God as it unfolds in my garden.
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