A Problematic Vehicle

Rachel's car for months has been dying every time she came to a stop—stop signs, lights, parking, etc. Once it died in the middle of an intersection at 11 at night and a car almost hit her. It also rumbled and shook and made loud noises on the hwy.

Last Sabbath she and I were driving in my car when IT died. I had it towed back home. On Saturday night Rachel was going out with her boyfriend so I asked if I could use her car, otherwise, my 2 younger children and I would have no way to get to the grocery store. Well, Rachel gave me a long description of how to put it in park when at a light and push the gas at the same time so as not to die, and to let it sit for 2-3 minutes when starting it up.

OK, we got in, started it up and sat there. I breathed a short prayer that God would not let it die and to heal it. We were out for about 2 hours. Rob, it never died once. The rumbling and shaking stopped. It drove smoothly down the highway.

When Rachel drove it the next day, she told me that it had never run so smoothly since she bought it several months ago. I told her God healed her car, and that God is THE GREAT PHYSICIAN Who heals all--our cars, our homes, our marriages, our hearts, our friendships, our spirits. We are to live in a "rhythm of miracles." That is how He created us.

Praise His wonderful perfect name. Glory in Him. He is good and faithful to us every day."

Joan, July 1999.

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