May 2013

Fuel Guage Or Destination?

I am sure that I am not the first to be driving along, only to glance down and see the fuel gauge on empty and the red low fuel indicator illuminated. On this particular day, by the time I noticed, I was a very long way from the next town. I am usually very careful not to let the needle go below half full, but a few extra trips for school and training ate up the gas quite quickly this week. I must admit that I was concerned at times about running out of gas, yet I also knew in my heart that it would be okay.

Originally pulished May 9 2010 First Mother's Day

Originally pulished:  May 9 2010

First Mother's Day

I find that some Bible verses hold a mystery. It seems like they keep coming into my reading, and some take time for me to understand them. Today's Scripture is one such verse.

Waiting On The Light

A recent trip to Tennessee, U.S.A., had us travelling throughout the night. Around 5:30 a.m., I began to look for signs of daybreak. It was overcast, and we had driven through rain during the night, so although I was not expecting to see a sunrise, I was anxious for the light of day. What I had not accounted for was the fact that we have driven into a time change, and what I thought was 5:30 a.m. was now 4:30. As time went on and I thought that it was now close to 6 o'clock, but it was not getting light, I soon realized that it was in fact 5 o'clock.