Shabbat Shalom from My Garden of Peace

Shabbat shalom from my garden of peace! As the Shabbat reminds us of the communion Elohim had with man in the Garden of Eden before the fall, so it also prophetically points forward to the time the saints will experience sin-free communion again with Elohim in the garden of the New Jerusalem.

My computer has been acting up very badly this past week, so I haven’t been able to post anything on this blog. It’s currently being repaired. I’m doing this post from my iPad, so my posting abilities are limited, since all my biblical files are on my computer.

Please enjoy these pics from my garden I took with my iPhone this morning and then airdropped to my iPad, so I could upload to my blog. I find great joy in the garden I have created from nothing with my own hands and creativeness. In it, I find much joy and peace, and it helps me to connect with Elohim. It’s a place of refuge for me, my family and for many birds and squirrels as well. May YHVH be glorified in it!

Garden gate

Welcome to my garden.

Sun in the garden

May the Sun of Righteousness arise with healing in his wings. Mal 3:6

Garden gate

Please come into my garden this Shabbat. The Shabbat is a picture of the Garden of Eden when man had an undefiled relationship with his Creator, even as it’s a prophetic picture when the same will occur again in the New Jerusalem.

Garden path

And YHVH walked with them in the cool of the day in the garden. Gen 2:8

The trees of the field shall clap their hands in praise of YHVH. Isa 55:12


All the trees of the woods will rejoice before YHVH. Ps 96:12

Cedar tree

Fruitful trees and cedars…let them praise the name of YHVH. Ps 148:9,13

Fatsia Plant

His leaf shall not wither; and whatever he does shall prosper. Ps 1:3

Ferns with rocks and moss Coral Bark Maple in landscaping

Garden path

Acknowledge YHVH in all your ways and he shall direct your paths. Prof 3:6

Red Sedum in Planter

Watering can on log steps in landscaping

Be cleansed with the washing of the water of the word of Elohim. Eph 5:26

Dew covered rhody

Let my teaching drop as rain as raindrops on the tender herb. Ascribe greatness to our Elohim. Dent 32:2,3

Burning bush


Garden path

Follow in the footsteps of Yeshua (1 Cor 11:1). He leads me in the paths of righteousnes (Ps 23:3).

Mossy stick on rock

 I pray that this brief respite walk in my garden was refreshing to your soul and spirit like a breath of fresh air or a cool drink from a cold mountain stream.








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  1. Several people have commented on this post, but the comments are showing up under the “Feedback” section of this blog, which I can see from my side, but you can’t see from your side. For some reason, they’re not appearing in the actual comments section under this article. I’m not sure what to do, so that everyone can read them. I will work on this. Anyway, thanks for the comments. Keep gardening and walking with YHVH Elohim in the cool of the garden!

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