Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Shadow of The Almighty

Those who live in the Shelter of the Most High will find rest in the Shadow of The Almighty. this I declare about The Lord He Alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is My God and I … Continue reading

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Heralds of Spring

Daffodils stretching toward the Sun, Crocus blooming in colors bright, Birdsongs I haven’t heard in months, these are the Heralds of Spring.  I think I’m part Bear, because when Winter comes, I just want to curl up in a dark … Continue reading

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A mosaic

I love mosaics. I think I love them because they are just splashes of color and shimmer, without necessarily having a true pattern. My life feels so much like a mosaic. It just feels like so many random events sometimes, … Continue reading

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Unexpected friendship

Okay, so I’m a cat person.  No, I’m a dog person.  Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, actually i think I’m just an animal person.  Whenever I see a cat, whether our walking, going to a friends, whatever, I reach out my hand in a … Continue reading

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My prayer based on Psalm 139

FROM HERE TO MATURITY Communion 139 By: Carole L. Haines Oh Lord, You have found me out, searched me to the depths and revealed to me Your findings. It frightens me to see the darkness within. You know everything I’ve … Continue reading

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  Some of the devotions, poems and thoughts that I post are from my past.  I have been keeping a journal since I was a teen girl.  I have lived through many things and have always found God to be … Continue reading

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Waiting in Jerusalem

WAITING IN JERUSALEM By: Carole L. Haines “And this is Life Eternal, that they might Know Thee, the Only True God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent.” (John 17:3) I’m waiting in Jerusalem for power from on high Weary … Continue reading

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