Saturday, July 19

Above All...

It has truly been, one of those weeks. Through it all I am reminded that Above All, I know who is in control. I won't go into all the details, but my crazy week ended with a car accident on Thursday morning.

I am alright, shaken and very sore. I am sure I have some physical therapy for my back in my future. But this is what I want you to know, as I was driving I had a sense that this was the day my car was going to get hit. I had been in bad traffic listening to my favorite classical music station and was just talking to God about my week. Praying for my sister and her husband, asking that God would continue to take care of them, I was praying for my husband and for our family, for wisdom in parenting and and wisdom for decisions we need to make.

Then I just said, "God keep me safe in this horrible traffic, keep me safe." It was one minute later, traffic let up and we all started driving at normal speed and then everyone started braking again, expect the guy behind me. He hit me hard. But all I could think was "Thank you God, this could have been so much worse"

So today, I am thankful for Him taking care of me and that Above All... He loves me and you and wants what is best.

For more inspirational music go to Amy's site for Then Sings My Soul Saturday.

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ocean mommy said...

He is so loving. I'm so taken with His sacrifice for me.


Lisa@BlessedwithGrace said...

Hey sis. I am so thankful that you were okay. Thanks for praying for us. Yesterday was a tearful day for me. I need to hear this song today.!!! Love you.

boutcrazy said...

I'm so glad you were okay. I drive in terrible traffic every day and I understand exactly how you were feeling. God keeps us safe even when things go wrong.

Mocha with Linda said...

So glad you are okay and not more seriously injured.

Carolyn Mom said...

Honey, I am so thankful God takes care of all of us and I am so thankful He especially was watching over you Thursday. I pray you continue to heal without having to go to therapy.