Monthly Archives: June 2018

First and Foremost

By: Carole L. Haines The greatest gift we can give ourselves is to let God give us His own view of ourselves. First and foremost we give ourselves to God fully and unreservedly, as Oswald Chambers says: God never forces … Continue reading

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The Wonders around me

The Wonders around me By: Carole L. Haines I never cease to be amazed at the wonders around me Hummingbirds zing to and fro between the crimson colored feeders Deer run skipping, leaping, almost dancing by the field next to … Continue reading

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Power beneath our feet

By: carole l. Haines I have been absolutely mesmerized by the recent pictures of the Volcanic eruptions in Hawaii. How often do we think about the power beneath every step we take each day?  The Earth’s Outer core is liquid … Continue reading

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Those wounds look angry

By: carole l. Haines I remember hearing as a child, “OOOOOO, those wounds look angry.” I never knew what that meant, but later I came to find out that it meant the wounds looked infected. I have a couple of … Continue reading

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