I Come to the Garden Alone by C. Hope Flinchbaugh

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A Devotional for Men and Women. One of America’s most beloved hymns, “In the Garden,” was penned in 1913 from a cold, windowless basement in Pitman, New Jersey. In his heart, songwriter Austin Miles saw the garden where Mary first discovered Jesus after His resurrection.
I Come to the Garden Alone invites you to set aside a special time each day, for one month, to meet with God. Whether you are enjoying the great outdoors or confined to a windowless basement, your risen Savior longs to be your friend. He is eager to walk with you and talk with you every day. Will you come?

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A Devotional for Men and Women

One of America’s most beloved hymns, “In the Garden,” was penned in 1913 from a cold, windowless basement in Pitman, New Jersey. In his heart, songwriter Austin Miles saw the garden where Mary first discovered Jesus after His resurrection.
I Come to the Garden Alone invites you to set aside a special time each day, for one month, to meet with God. Whether you are enjoying the great outdoors or confined to a windowless basement, your risen Savior longs to be your friend. He is eager to walk with you and talk with you every day. Will you come?

In the Garden

I come to the garden alone,
While the dew is still on the roses;
And the voice I hear,
Falling on my ear,
The Son of God discloses. 

And He walks with me,
and He talks with me,
And He tells me I am His own;
And the joy we share as we tarry there,
None other has ever known.

ISBN 978-1-938796-79-1

God You Move Me (Hope Flinchbaugh on the keyboard and lead voice.  A friend accompanied with the flute, her daughter Eden did high voice harmony in the chorus, and her niece’s husband did the sound recording. The photos are Hope’s, some of which are in I Come to the Garden Alone.)

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