Molly Ann Haines, born July 7, 1951, passed December 31, 2021. She is survived by her husband Larry Lee Haines, her daughters Teri Lynn Bennett and Tracy Haynes. Their husbands, Robert Bennett and Michael Haynes.
Molly Ann Haines was born in Nacogdoches, Texas to Marvin and Genevieve Scogin. The lovely little family moved to San Benito, Texas where Molly grew up and met Larry Haines. The two married at an early age; this was one of those truly rare marriages made in Heaven; a perfect match. They went on to have two precious daughters, Teri Lynn and Tracy Lee. Teri grew up and married her perfect match Robert Bennett and Tracy married Michael Haynes. Larry is an artist by trade; an incredibly talented one, and Molly would help to frame and matt his work. This eventually turned into her own framing business. The two began playing music together, and what a wonderful sound it was to hear Larry play the guitar while Molly sang along with her beautiful voice.
Molly has left us all now and is with her beloved mother. Yes, they are reunited in the beautiful meadow of God patiently waiting for those of us left behind to join them there when it is our time to leave this earth and cross the River of Jordan into the Promised Land of the Lord's blessed Eternity. In the Bible, the Lord took Moses up high on Mount Pisgah and showed him all of the breathtakingly beautiful Promised Land. Perhaps, just perhaps, the Lord is showing the “Promised Land of Heaven” to sweet Molly right now.
So, from all of us, “Goodbye for now wonderful, precious Molly. We love you dearly and we will see you soon when we too cross the River Jordan and will all be reunited as a family again in the loving Bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Sweet Bye and Bye beyond Jordan.
Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,” for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away.
And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, no more sorrow, no more crying; and there shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.
Revelation 21: 1, 4
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