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MILVERTON, ONT.   Vanessa Martin started work at the dairy farm around 6 a.m. When the milking was finished, she left and headed for her car. The sun rose red that morning. She saw it and stopped to take a photo of the clouds turning pink and orange as they hovered above the spruce trees in the field.

The 18 year old was expected home to meet her parents before church. She left the dairy farm in her blue Volkswagen Beetle and drove east on Line 67 toward home in a neighbouring town. She’d be back at the farm later for the afternoon milking.

A kilometre ahead on the gravel road, a horse-drawn carriage was rolling toward a white house for church. She didn’t see it. The sun was hitting the road right at eye level. She felt something hit the car and pulled over. When she jumped out, she saw the black buggy’s four passengers in the road.

MILVERTON, ONT.   Vanessa Martin started work at the dairy farm around 6 a.m. When the milking was finished, she left and headed for her car. The sun rose red that morning. She saw it and stopped to take a photo of the clouds turning pink and orange as they hovered above the spruce trees in the field.

The 18 year old was expected home to meet her parents before church. She left the dairy farm in her blue Volkswagen Beetle and drove east on Line 67 toward home in a neighbouring town. She’d be back at the farm later for the afternoon milking.

A kilometre ahead on the gravel road, a horse-drawn carriage was rolling toward a white house for church. She didn’t see it. The sun was hitting the road right at eye level. She felt something hit the car and pulled over. When she jumped out, she saw the black buggy’s four passengers in the road.

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But actually, time, as we know it, is a very recent phenomenon. Through the persistence of Charles Dodd, a schoolteacher, and William Allen, a railroad engineer, time was finally standardized in the United States on November 10, 1883. It was only after American railroads accepted Dodd and Allen's idea of four time zones across the United States that trains could schedule their arrivals and departures with any degree of consistency. Before that, every community decided what time it was on their own. It took another year for a meeting of 26 nations to determine the 24-hour worldwide time zones that we use today.

Nor have we always had seven days in our week. Back in 1792 the French tried a ten-day week with ten hours in a day, 100 minutes in an hour and 100 seconds in a minute. But it didn't work. Undaunted, the Russians tried a five-day week in 1929 and even named the days of the week after colors. But nobody paid any attention, so the Russians switched to a six-day week in 1932. Finally they abandoned the whole idea and returned to the standard seven-day week.

Although the way we describe time hasn't been around all that long, God has been working with time since the beginning of creation. In fact, He's the originator of time. The first mention of time is in Genesis 1:5: "So the evening and the morning were the first day." But the great time chapter of the Bible is Ecclesiastes 3. In this chapter the word time occurs on 28 occasions in 14 pairs of polar opposites divided into seven groups. Seven, the number of completeness, suggests that these contrasting pairs cover almost every conceivable experience of man, beginning with birth and ending with death.

Living in a big city can be very lonely and discouraging—but then sometimes God will intervene in order to repair broken relationships, hearts and souls.

Set in Los Angeles, the loneliest city in the world, the film “ In God’s Time ” relates such a journey as it follows four characters who have lost their faith and are struggling with the gritty challenges of a life filled with anger, sorrow, resentment and fear.

All In Gods Time quotes - 1. Closed off from love, I didnt need the pain. Once or twice was enough, and it was all in vain. Time starts to pass. Before you know it ...

When you think about it, the Israelites were stuck – stuck between the land and life they knew so well and the land and life they were promised but knew nothing about.

All in God's Time Daily Devotion for December 17, 2017. But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son. —Galatians 4:4 NIV. For thousands of years, people ...

MILVERTON, ONT.   Vanessa Martin started work at the dairy farm around 6 a.m. When the milking was finished, she left and headed for her car. The sun rose red that morning. She saw it and stopped to take a photo of the clouds turning pink and orange as they hovered above the spruce trees in the field.

The 18 year old was expected home to meet her parents before church. She left the dairy farm in her blue Volkswagen Beetle and drove east on Line 67 toward home in a neighbouring town. She’d be back at the farm later for the afternoon milking.

A kilometre ahead on the gravel road, a horse-drawn carriage was rolling toward a white house for church. She didn’t see it. The sun was hitting the road right at eye level. She felt something hit the car and pulled over. When she jumped out, she saw the black buggy’s four passengers in the road.

You can pose questions to the Goodreads community with Reader Q&A , or ask your favorite author a question with Ask the Author .

But actually, time, as we know it, is a very recent phenomenon. Through the persistence of Charles Dodd, a schoolteacher, and William Allen, a railroad engineer, time was finally standardized in the United States on November 10, 1883. It was only after American railroads accepted Dodd and Allen's idea of four time zones across the United States that trains could schedule their arrivals and departures with any degree of consistency. Before that, every community decided what time it was on their own. It took another year for a meeting of 26 nations to determine the 24-hour worldwide time zones that we use today.

Nor have we always had seven days in our week. Back in 1792 the French tried a ten-day week with ten hours in a day, 100 minutes in an hour and 100 seconds in a minute. But it didn't work. Undaunted, the Russians tried a five-day week in 1929 and even named the days of the week after colors. But nobody paid any attention, so the Russians switched to a six-day week in 1932. Finally they abandoned the whole idea and returned to the standard seven-day week.

Although the way we describe time hasn't been around all that long, God has been working with time since the beginning of creation. In fact, He's the originator of time. The first mention of time is in Genesis 1:5: "So the evening and the morning were the first day." But the great time chapter of the Bible is Ecclesiastes 3. In this chapter the word time occurs on 28 occasions in 14 pairs of polar opposites divided into seven groups. Seven, the number of completeness, suggests that these contrasting pairs cover almost every conceivable experience of man, beginning with birth and ending with death.

MILVERTON, ONT.   Vanessa Martin started work at the dairy farm around 6 a.m. When the milking was finished, she left and headed for her car. The sun rose red that morning. She saw it and stopped to take a photo of the clouds turning pink and orange as they hovered above the spruce trees in the field.

The 18 year old was expected home to meet her parents before church. She left the dairy farm in her blue Volkswagen Beetle and drove east on Line 67 toward home in a neighbouring town. She’d be back at the farm later for the afternoon milking.

A kilometre ahead on the gravel road, a horse-drawn carriage was rolling toward a white house for church. She didn’t see it. The sun was hitting the road right at eye level. She felt something hit the car and pulled over. When she jumped out, she saw the black buggy’s four passengers in the road.

You can pose questions to the Goodreads community with Reader Q&A , or ask your favorite author a question with Ask the Author .

But actually, time, as we know it, is a very recent phenomenon. Through the persistence of Charles Dodd, a schoolteacher, and William Allen, a railroad engineer, time was finally standardized in the United States on November 10, 1883. It was only after American railroads accepted Dodd and Allen's idea of four time zones across the United States that trains could schedule their arrivals and departures with any degree of consistency. Before that, every community decided what time it was on their own. It took another year for a meeting of 26 nations to determine the 24-hour worldwide time zones that we use today.

Nor have we always had seven days in our week. Back in 1792 the French tried a ten-day week with ten hours in a day, 100 minutes in an hour and 100 seconds in a minute. But it didn't work. Undaunted, the Russians tried a five-day week in 1929 and even named the days of the week after colors. But nobody paid any attention, so the Russians switched to a six-day week in 1932. Finally they abandoned the whole idea and returned to the standard seven-day week.

Although the way we describe time hasn't been around all that long, God has been working with time since the beginning of creation. In fact, He's the originator of time. The first mention of time is in Genesis 1:5: "So the evening and the morning were the first day." But the great time chapter of the Bible is Ecclesiastes 3. In this chapter the word time occurs on 28 occasions in 14 pairs of polar opposites divided into seven groups. Seven, the number of completeness, suggests that these contrasting pairs cover almost every conceivable experience of man, beginning with birth and ending with death.

Living in a big city can be very lonely and discouraging—but then sometimes God will intervene in order to repair broken relationships, hearts and souls.

Set in Los Angeles, the loneliest city in the world, the film “ In God’s Time ” relates such a journey as it follows four characters who have lost their faith and are struggling with the gritty challenges of a life filled with anger, sorrow, resentment and fear.

MILVERTON, ONT.   Vanessa Martin started work at the dairy farm around 6 a.m. When the milking was finished, she left and headed for her car. The sun rose red that morning. She saw it and stopped to take a photo of the clouds turning pink and orange as they hovered above the spruce trees in the field.

The 18 year old was expected home to meet her parents before church. She left the dairy farm in her blue Volkswagen Beetle and drove east on Line 67 toward home in a neighbouring town. She’d be back at the farm later for the afternoon milking.

A kilometre ahead on the gravel road, a horse-drawn carriage was rolling toward a white house for church. She didn’t see it. The sun was hitting the road right at eye level. She felt something hit the car and pulled over. When she jumped out, she saw the black buggy’s four passengers in the road.

You can pose questions to the Goodreads community with Reader Q&A , or ask your favorite author a question with Ask the Author .



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