Kathy Proves God's Allness

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Today was very special for Kathy. She had looked forward to it for a long time, for this was the day the family had planned to visit a Christmas tree farm. Father had told her all about these farms where trees were grown in rows as far as one could see. There were pine, fir, and cypress in all shapes and sizes. People could go right into the woods, choose one, cut it down themselves, and take it home for Christmas.

In the kitchen her mother was packing sandwiches and cupcakes in the picnic basket, and her sister, Linda, was pouring lemonade into a large thermos.

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