Parrot Mountain’s Prayer Garden

And when he had sent the multitudes away, he went up into a mountain apart to pray: and when the evening was come, he was there alone. (Matthew 14:23 KJV)

The Prayer Garden at Parrot Mountain is very peaceful and lovely. Thought I would share some of those photos this time. At the entrance there are two angel statues and then as you enter.

Angel

Angel

There are three crosses and some signs with verses:

Parrot Mountain Landscape and Signs

Three Crosses and Signs

As you go in further there are more signs, a garden tomb with an angel and a place where the Savior was lain. More signs and walkway with sculptures in them. Here are more of the photos of this area of Parrot Mountain.

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Parrot Mountain in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Fellowship in the Smokies
Peaceful Stream
Salmon-crested (Moluccan) Cockatoo at Parrot Mountain
Are You Missing Something?
Sharing The Gospel

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2 thoughts on “Parrot Mountain’s Prayer Garden

  1. What a beautiful place to meditate on our Lord and His sufferings for us. This so reminds me of the deep spiritual experience of praying in the Garden at Gethsemene, looking accross the Kidron Valley to the city’s (what use to be) the Golden Gate from the Mt of Olives and also the one at the Garden Tomb where we took the Lord’s Supper together. To walk into His actual tomb was very special for me, to see where he lay. It was a life changing experience to visit Jerusalem. Your Parrot Mountain experience has rekindled those emotions and deep sense of our Lord’s love again, thanks for sharing:-)

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    • It wasn’t the real place, but it was refreshing and very quiet. The tomb was of course just a copy, but too short to walk into. The best part I enjoyed was seeing it empty. No other religion or belief system has a Risen Savior. Hallelujah! Glad it rekindled those deep feelings for you.

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