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The book shows, Biblically, how the Tale of Two Gardens took place within four covenant gardens. At the beginning of creation, human history began in a garden (Genesis 2:8), and when the first Adam sinned against God in this garden, death entered the world (Genesis 3:6).
Thousands of years later, Jesus Christ, the second Adam (1 Corinthians 15:45), entered another garden to accept the cup from His Father’s hand and affirmed His commitment to carry out the plan of redemption (Matthew 26:42; Mark 14:36; Luke 22:42). Then, in a garden near the crucifixion, they laid the dead body of Jesus in a new tomb, which, He rose from, and gloriously conquered death (John 19:41-42; 20:15). Finally, at the culmination of all things, the redeemed of the Lord will reign eternally with God in the garden city, New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:1-22:7).
From one garden to another, we saw God’s redemptive plan unveiled. We witnessed the flaming sword guarding the entrance to Eden, watched the agonizing drama unfold in Gethsemane, observed the empty burial tomb, and beheld the Holy City in all its splendor. May we never forget the depth of love, the sacrifice demanded, and the ransom paid for our redemption.
It is my sincerest hope that this book provided you the answers in your search for restoration and reconciliation in Christ and increased your understanding so that you found redemption for yourself.

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