verb (used with object)
1. to make necessary repairs on; restore to serviceable condition: My car was overhauled by an expert mechanic.
2. to investigate or examine thoroughly for repair or revision: Next year we’re going to overhaul the curriculum.
3. to gain upon, catch up with, or overtake, as in a race.
4. to haul or turn over for examination.
5. Also, o·ver·haul·ing. a general examination and repair: The state roads were badly in need of a major overhaul.
Seguin First United Methodist Church is certainly getting an overhaul – a long-overdue overhaul. It won’t be much longer until the renovation will be complete, the plastic removed from the pews, and we will once again be worshiping, praying, and singing in this beautiful sanctuary.
If you send out goodness from yourself, or if you share that which is happy or good within you, it will all come back to you multiplied ten thousand times. In the kingdom of love there is no competition; there is no possessiveness or control. The more love you give away, the more love you will have.
– John O’Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom