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A Lenten Dig into Prayer

Dig into Prayer meme with garden shovels and trowels

The Garden in Delight blog leads you deeper into prayer this holy season: As the garden wakes up in spring to the work of overturning soil, pulling up dead plants, and digging spots for new ones, so let us put those shovels, spades, and trowels to work as metaphor and Dig into Prayer. At its […]

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Trust the Lord in Tulips

field of red tulips at Texas Tulips

What better way to take in the “flowers of the field” than to visit a field of flowers…look, look! My friend and trusted researcher, Kim Hagan, and I set out to do just that! Acting on a well-timed tip, we headed out for “Texas Tulips,” an otherwise common field nestled in north Texas farmland. Take […]

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A Lenten Look at Flowers of the Field

Patty Dale painting of gardener in flowers

The Lenten season began yesterday, 40 days sectioned off as a prelude to Easter Sunday. Why set apart these days? To draw closer to the Lord, in hope of taking hold of a deeper understanding of His gracious, glorious saving act celebrated on the approaching day. How are we going to do that? Come with me, […]

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Time for Tulips

Plant Tulipa montana to mark the journey Paul made to bring the good news across Turkey and across the centuries

The mere hint of a crispness to the autumn air signals time for tulips! Seasons are connected intricately for gardeners. Summer yielding to fall sets our minds rattling with rakes and bare branches. Yet we think successively beneath winter’s snowdrifts to imagine the drifts of color displaying next spring. Tulips lead the way in covering the […]

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