"Garden" as written by and Brandon Hampton Misty Edwards....
Here it's You and me alone, God
You and me alone
Here it's You and me alone, God
You and me alone

[I am Your resting place
For You said that You would be in me
That I would abide in the Vine
Christ in me
The hope of my glory]

You and me alone, God
You and me alone
Here it's You and me alone, God
You and me alone

You've hedged me in
With skin all around me
I'm a garden enclosed
A locked garden
Life takes place behind the face

Where it's You and me alone, God
Here it's You and me alone
Here it's You and me alone, God
You and me alone

So come into Your garden
Come into Your garden
Come into Your garden
Come into Your garden

Here, oh Lord
Have I prepared
A place for You

I'm no longer my own
I'm Your garden

I don't want to waste my life
Living on the outside
I'm going to live from the inside out
I don't want to waste my time
Living on the outside
I'm going to live from the inside out

I'm no longer my own
I'm Your garden

So come into Your garden
Come into Your garden
Come into Your garden
Come into Your garden!


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    General CommentI love the beginning when she is speaking:

    I am a garden enclosed, a locked garden.
    A fountain sealed.
    I am Your resting place
    I am Your resting place
    Here alone have I prepared a place for You to dwell
    Here in the resevoir of me
    That You would dwell in my heart
    That I would be in You and You would be in me
    I can fellowship with God here where it's You and me alone
    The very glory of God here inside of me
    I want to fellowship with You

    I am Your resting place
    Where You said that You would be in me
    That I would abide
    Christ in me, the hope of my glory

    Such a wonderful song! I love the notion that we can create a resting place for God in our hearts - where we can be in fellowship with Him and our relationship can be just between Him and ourself. Fellowship with others is important, but our fellowship with God is what it's all about!
    jdstultson September 10, 2009   Link

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