"The Garden" Art of Faith

"The Garden" Art of Faith : The 14-Year Documented History

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This is the true story of angels, demons, miracles, signs, wonders and a vision given to a man and woman called by God to build a type of last days tabernacle in the Texas Hill Country.

Today, The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden is filled with 2.25 million dollars' worth of sculptures donated by three artists. This Texas Tabernacle presents 77 Bible verses, etched in stone in a Path to Heaven. A seven-story, Corten steel landmark named The Empty Cross(TM) is recognized by many as the most symbolic cross sculpture in the world.

God is manifesting His power at this free art park 365 days a year, located on IH-10, halfway between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, at the same latitude as Israel. Over a hundred thousand guests a year are drawn from across the world to the supernatural Garden.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 492 pages
  • 4 x 279 x 215mm | 1,383.46g
  • English
  • 1734671130
  • 9781734671131

About Max Greiner

God has taken Max and Sherry Greiner on an amazing spiritual journey resulting in Holy Spirit inspired artwork and thousands of authentic miracles, which have been documented in Max's Prayer Journals.

Max is a professional artist from the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University. He is a sculptor, painter, graphic designer, jeweler, writer and photographer. Married to Max in 1975, Sherry graduated with honors from Lamar University in three years, with degrees in Spanish and English.

In 1978, the Greiners started their own fine art business in southeast Texas. Today, Max's art is collected in all 50 states and more than 80 countries. It is in the collections of Presidents, Senators, Governors and stars of sports, music and business. The Greiners have been the subject of newspaper, magazine, book, radio, television and internet coverage across the world.
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