“C’mon let’s go!”
“Okay, okay, I’m coming, I’m coming.”
Imagine with me for a moment that you travel in the car on a road trip. A few miles from home, a sputtering noise begins to sounds. Suddenly the car breaks down. You get out of the car but there is nothing you can do. You have to call a mechanic. When he shows up, he assesses the problem then cuts some wires and puts new ones in. After he finishes, you start the car and it works. You are now ready to go on your road trip.
Your life is kind of like the car. The only thing is, when the devil puts a pothole in front of you, then you will pop a tire and problems begin. A blown tire is a bit like dealing with a bully. But when you patch up the tire then you have taken care of the bully problem. But when you break down you just don’t know what to do. All you need to do to take care of these problems is to call God. He will come and fix everything by throwing out bad wires (bad relationships or bad habits) and put in new good wires.
God will always fix your life no matter how hard it is to fix. He will replace the bad wires and bad tubes and if needed will replace a bad engine (a bad heart). If you break down, God will be there to fix you up and get you headed on your path again. If you need to replace a punctured tire, then God will ride by with a spare tire. If you are ever stuck or broken down, then God will give you his tools such as his word and good friends to fix you up. He will always be there to help you and fix you up if you need something new.
“O LORD my God, in thee do I put my trust: save me from all them that persecute me, and deliver me” (Psalm 7:1)
“O LORD my God, in thee do I put my trust” = if you put your trust in God then it will show through later.
“…save me from all them that persecute me, and deliver me” = He will protect you and fix you back up.
Will you let God repair your broken places?
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