Three gardens

The human history of salvation relates to three gardens. The Garden of Eden was the venue of the Fall of humanity, the Garden of Gethsemane was the place of commitment of the Son of God to endure death for the sake of humanity and the Garden Tomb, which is empty, is evidence of resurrection and the basis for the Christian faith.
Garden of Eden (Genesis 3): The first human habitant was a beautiful garden. Adam and Eve, enjoyed the fellowship and visit of God each day, and the best of the created world. Satan in the form of a Serpent deceived the first couple. He used dream, desire, and doubt as his powerful tools. Creating a false need of ‘being like gods,’ he trapped Adam and Eve into an unwanted dream. Probably, the first couple did not know what it meant to be like gods. Then he showed the forbidden fruit as desirable to eat. When Eve responded about God’s command, Satan created a doubt: Did God really say so?
Garden of Gethsemane: Lord Jesus Christ became human to die on the cross of Calvary to provide redemption for humanity. God’s eternal plan was, the Son of God would bear the judgment of God on behalf of humanity, experience death, and will rise again. Without death, God would not be Just (righteous or legally right) to forgive sins. (I John 1:9) It was a tough task and a hard process. Lord Jesus wrestled with this in the Garden of Gethsemane. He prayed to Father, asking if there were any other means of salvation. Knowing well there is no other possibility to save humanity, Lord Jesus committed to go through the agony of death. (Luke 22:42)
Garden Tomb: The tomb owned by Joseph of Arimathea was given to bury Lord Jesus Christ. (John 19:38-42) Lord rose from the dead and the tomb became empty. The angels present in the tomb said: “Why do you search for the living among the dead? He is risen.” (Matthew 28:6) Resurrection proved his deity, and the defeat of sin, death, and Satan.
Have I experienced the Power of resurrection?