Between Two Gardens: From Eden to Gethsemane
The gardens of Eden and Gethsemane represent turning points for humanity. In this deeply moving devotional, Rubietta compares and contrasts the two settings, encouraging Christians to return to the Garden and grow into the fullness of Christ. Forty contemplative readings explore the soul's longing for fellowship, beauty, acceptance, grace, a calling and, ultimately, fulfillment in God.
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Introduction and How to Use This Book
Creation in the Garden
Rest in the Garden
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88 Listen 88 Live A. W. Tozer Adam and Eve another's beauty become body bread breath broken Cain Christian Corinthians covering creation cross curse darkness death Dietrich Bonhoeffer disciples earth enemies Eve's exile eyes face failed failure faith Father fear feel fellowship filled forgiveness friends fruit G. K. Chesterton Garden of Eden Garden of Gethsemane Genesis glory God's grace groan hand hear heart heaven Hebrews Holy Isaiah Israel Israelites Jane Rubietta knew land light look Lord Luke Lynn N Matthew move never night offering ourselves pain Patch Adams perfect Peter plants power of pain pray prayer presence promise relationship reminds response rest Richard Swenson righteousness root sacrifice Satan Scriptures separation Serpent shame sins soul Spirit stand suffering sweat temptation tempted Testament things thorns and thisdes tree trust truth unbroken unclean violence voice walk weeds words wresding