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  • Marie-Francoise Mitchell


    Thank you, Reverend Julian Gray,
    It is amazing to see how the Heavenly garden is being re-created all over,
    Here in Hawaii, we also felt inspired to plant flowers for the Monarch Butterfly to come, also Koa trees are appearing on their own, for the birds to rest and sing beautiful songs,
    our neighbours and their children respond happily to nature, enabling us to witness to them
    it feels so good to read this story, and see that is is duplicated everywhere, God is alive !


  • Rev. Davati


    Thank you Rev. Julian Gray for your insight about Heavenly Garden. I had also created a garden that attracts butterflies and put out sunflower seeds for birds. Every day I get up with song birds singing in my yard. So I joined them and I offer praise songs to heavenly parent, creating a happy Cheon Il Guk environment to attract my neighbors to God.


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