We planted the garden today. I haven’t had a garden for the past few years, but two of my daughters wanted to use the space. The grandchildren were in on the adventure, too, although their interest was short-lived. They did, however, gather several rocks from the driveway.
Sometimes people think that work came about as a result of “The Fall.” However, Genesis 2:15 says that Adam was placed in the garden to work. “Then the LORD God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it” but the food was provided. In Genesis 3:17-19, after “The Fall” Adam had to toil and sweat to eat—and the cursed ground now produced thistles and thorns.
Are you a gardener?
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