I serve a God that can do exceedingly and abundantly above all that I may ask. (Ephesians 3:20) Our Father in Heaven is so amazing. Earlier this week on Monday something unexpected happened to me. I was taking my mom to her appointment for her leg because recently she got surgery on her leg. However, my old car broke down on the highway and didn’t want to start. The car broke down because I waited too long to get an oil change for the car. At the moment I didn’t know what to do because I never experienced this in my life. I wasn’t panicking because God always makes a way where there seems to be no way. It was either fight or flight. Luckily, my mom called triple a and they came and towed the car to my moms house.

My brother and I tried to change the oil when we were at my moms house. The process took longer than we expected because we didn’t have the right tools and it was raining but with God’s help we changed the oil. After the oil was changed the car didn’t want to start and we figured it was the battery. However, we charged the battery and tried checking other things but couldn’t find the problem. Another person came and checked the car out and couldn’t figure out the problem. If I wanted to get the car fixed I would have to pay way more than what I bought it for. Money is not an issue because my God will always provide. Yet, if I had to spend all that money to fix it I might as well just get a new car. The condition of the old car was already deteriorating. 

Moving forward to Thursday, I had this urge to start looking for a new car and so I did. On Friday I found a car that was being sold and it caught my attention. I went to check it out and luckily everything worked out good because that same day I came up on a new car. This goes to show that our Father in Heaven is a God of suddenly. If we put our trust in Him, He will definitely blow our minds. In less than a week He blessed me with a new car. I have a son and I run errands therefore God knew what I needed before I did. Therefore, if you happen to find yourself in an unexpected situation like I was in remember to keep your eyes on Jesus. The enemy will try to get to you with anything but do not give in. “Greater is He that is in You than he that is in the world.” (1 John 4:4)

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