An hour of toil in the garden,
Is always time well-spent,
Tugging out those stubborn old weeds,
Which year upon year won’t relent.
An hour spent tending the garden,
Is never wasted time,
Lungs full of wonderful, fresh Spring air,
Hands caked in dirt and grime.
It’s hard to feel glum in the garden,
Birds chirping high in the trees,
Potting up Pansies so cheery and bright,
Hair tugged about on the breeze.
Cutting the deadwood, and turning the earth,
Allowing the sun to get through,
Seems to clear my cluttered mind,
And lifts my spirits too.
Thank you Lord for my garden,
Humble and small though it be,
It’s a place where so often I’ve felt You are near,
And Your joy surrounding me.
Once You knelt down in a garden,
And in terrible anguish You cried,
“Thy will, not mine be done, Oh Lord!”
Abandoned. Betrayed. Denied.
One Sunday morn in a garden,
The Son of God rose from the grave,
Bringing redemption and mercy and grace,
To the ones He came to save!
5 thoughts on “Garden Song”
I missed out on a garden this year…
Thank you so much for reading and commenting. And I hope God blesses you with a garden somehow…
I can identify with this one as I spent a good chunk of my morning finishing up my garden, weeding, planting and loosening up the soil. Isn’t it funny how the things we hated as kids are now a guilty pleasure? Hope all is well Angela. Allan
Hi Allan, awww thankyou – a spot of gardening, very therapeutic! Yes, exactly, who knew when we were kids that we’d end up enjoying these grown up things! We’re all well this side, thank you – hope you guys are too.