Friday, December 06, 2013

I've always noticed how God has taken care of me as I move around Monrovia and managed to avoid having car trouble at times or places that were dangerous or without access to someone to help me.  Yesterday, I was reminded again of how He is looking our for His daughters. Dr. Debbie Eisunhut and I went to Vai town on Thursday to look for some clothes and household things in the used goods market.  Just as we were looking for a place to park the car, she noticed that the brake pedal went to the floor under her foot. She was alarmed and pulled right into a parking space (amazing thing #1 -- there was one). Amazing thing #2 -- we were just a one mile (maybe a tad less) walk from our mechanic's shop -- so we hiked over there and got the mechanic and he came and got the car, took it to the shop and fixed it while we did our shopping. My legs were exhausted by the end of the day from all that extra walking, but we reflected on how amazing (thing #3) it was that she was not alone, not going 40 mph and stopping suddenly for a pedestrian, and really so close to the shop (which is no where near where we live!) Our Father's watchcare is so personal!! and amazing, right?!

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