God's Garden

Friday, January 21, 2011

I subsribe to a Christain humor website called Cybersalt. It has cute, insightful and funny pictures, stories, etc. I liked today's quote and wanted to share it with you. Enjoy!

Today's Illustration - "Gardening God's Way"
Featured Illustration items are well suited for introducing or illuminating a point in a sermon, speech, or devotional. Funny, moving, or perhaps even graphic, the point of them is the point you make with them.

Plant three rows of peas

Peace of mind - Romans 14:5
Peace of heart - Acts 15:9
Peace of soul - 1 Peter 1:22

Plant four rows of squash

Squash gossip - Lev 19:16
Squash selfishness - Luke 18:11-14
Squash grumbling - John 6:43, James 5:9
Squash indifference - Mark 14:32 - 41

Plant five rows of lettuce

Lettuce be kind - 1 Peter 2:1-3
Lettuce be faithful - Dan 3:16-18
Lettuce be obedient - 1 John 3:22
Lettuce love one another - John 3:16
Lettuce financially support our church - Mal 3:6-12

No garden can be without turnips

Turnip for service - Acts 3:1
Turnip for meetings - Heb 10:25
Turnip to help one another - Rom 12:13

We must have Thyme

Thyme for God - Psalm 3:1-8
Thyme for prayer - Psalm 54:4
Thyme for each other - John 15:12-14
Thyme for Bible study - Ezra 7-10


The Cybersalt Digest is a ministry of Pastor Tim and Cybersalt
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    I'm glad to let you steal it Sandy! emoticon

    I hope they like it, I thought it was cute and clever. It's a garden we don't have to wait until Spring to plant either!

    Hugs back at ya,
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    I love it! If you don't mind I'm going to "steal" this and bring it to my Women's Spirituality group brunch tomorrow. They will love it too! emoticon emoticon
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