Car Talk

Monday, October 3, 2016

Growing up, Mom and I used to listen to a radio show on NPR called "Car Talk." On it, two seasoned mechanics - who happened to be brothers - nicknamed Click and Clack took calls about any and all car questions that listeners had to ask. Click and Clack were fantastic radio personalities, and it didn't take long before Mom and I were rolling with laughter. The show ran for several years until one of the brothers sadly passed away, but I still have fond memories of listening to that show with my Mom in the car.

However, that's not what today's post is about.

I've been trying to make a habit of talking to God while I'm in the car. I drive by myself quite often, whether that's to work or to hang out with friends. And, lately, I'm glad to say that it's been incredibly beneficial in my walk with God.

Here are some of the things and people I've prayed about/for:

  • Family
  • Friends
  • Safe and productive work weeks for all
  • Healing for anybody I know who's sick (or don't know)
  • My future husband
  • That whatever I/my family/my friends do for work that day (or for any occasion), we do for the glory of God
  • That my drive is safe
  • Thanks for various things (especially for my Savior)
If you ever want to try praying in the car, I highly recommend it, because for one thing, it's definitely put me more at ease when I do pray than when I don't, no matter what time it is or what I'm doing. But all that being said, I pray because God loves me and He wants me to come to Him for everything.

And He wants the same for you.

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