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God's Garden Poem By Dorothy Frances Gurney

God's Garden Poem By Dorothy Frances Gurney. The lord god planted a garden in the first white days of the world, and he set there an angel warden in a garment of light enfurled. A plaque for the garden.

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The lord god planted a garden in the first white days of the world, and he set there an angel warden in a garment of light enfurled. God looked around his garden and found an empty place, he then looked down upon the earth and saw your tired face. To kneel to judah's king, he binds his frost upon the land.

The Lord God Planted A Garden.

God’s garden must be beautiful he always takes the best. He knew that you were suffering he knew that you were in pain. This epitaph is taken from dorothy frances gurney's poem, god's garden.

Dorothy Frances Gurney Wrote A Poem With The Lines The Kiss Of Sun For Pardon, The Song Of The Birds For Mirth, One Is Nearer God’s Heart In A Garden Than Anywhere Else On Earth. I Often Think About These Words When I'm Gardening.

Dorothy frances gurney october 4 1858 june 15 1932 was an english poet and hymnwriter. The lord god planted a garden in the first white days of the world, and he set there an angel warden in a garment of light enfurled. In a garment of light enfurled.

So Near To The Peace Of Heaven, The Hawk Might Nest With The Wren;

And saw your tired face. God's garden ~ dorothy frances gurney. So near to the peace of heaven, that the hawk might nest with the wren, for there in the cool of the even god walked with the first of men.

We Do Feel Closer To God In The Garden Than Anywhere Else On Earth.

Dorothy frances gurney wrote a poem with the lines the kiss of sun for pardon, the song of the birds for mirth, one is nearer. God looked around his garden and found an empty place, he then looked down upon the earth and saw your tired face. So near to the peace of heaven, that the hawk might nest with the wren, for there in the cool of the even god walked with the first of men.

Gurney Was The Daughter Of Frederick George Blomfield, Rector Of.

He always takes the best. For there, in the cool of the even, To kneel to judah's king, he binds his frost upon the land.

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