Gardens aren't always what we think they are; often there is more to them than meets the eye. On the outside gardens are beautiful to look at and on a warm summer night we can smell the sweet fragrance of the flowers floating on a gentle breeze. When we look closer we see the Gardner with his thick gloves on. He wears gloves because some flowers have thorns. When we look closer we see the plants have been pruned and the soil has been turned. When we look deeper into the garden we see the tools the Gardner uses to snip, prune and shape the garden. We see how the Gardner has a plan for each plant that isn't seen from a distance. When we get into the very depths of the garden we see the love and tenderness of the Gardner as He tends to the garden of our hearts. A Walk in the Garden puts us in the hands of the Gardner Gifted as a teacher Nancy A. Williams has served the Body of Christ in various ways since 1990. She is an ordained minister in her local church teaching and preaching with an emphasis on drawing the believer to a closer relationship with God. Her love of the Word of God and her tenacious style of digging out the treasures of God's Word, brings a depth and fullness to our understanding that draws the reader closer to God.