The Race

At the dirt track the other night, there was a wreck that started with two cars but ended up involving several of the cars behind them. This was not a wreck that hurt anyone but did cause a lot of damage to several cars. Each car was so close to the car in front of them that they could not see the wreck that was ahead of them. My favorite car in that division happened to be one of them. My driver didn’t do anything wrong, he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. He couldn’t see it until it was too late and he had no place to go. At first, I was relieved as the side of the car I could see what not damaged but when the wrecker turned the car around the entire passenger side panel was destroyed. My driver was done for the night.
As Christians, how many times do we get caught up and damaged in someone else’s wreck? We may appear okay but when you turn us around we have been damaged and we are done for the night. Sometimes we follow others so closely that we can’t see the wreck that lies ahead but God can. If you are struggling with something or you have been caught up in someone else’s wreck all you have to do is ask God for help.
I assure you those car owners took their cars home that night and began to assess the damage and make repairs. They will work tirelessly to get their cars repaired and ready for the next race. I can also assure you God will be there to assess our damage and make the repairs needed to have us ready for the next race. We have to have Faith during these times and know that our God is always there for us. We may be hurt, battered, and bruised but we will not be defeated with God as our car owner. All we have to do is give it to him and he will make the repairs.

Thank you for reading this and I hope you have a great day in Jesus Christ.

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