Do you always want a logical explanation?

explanation, trust, prayer, happenstance‘And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.’ Romans 8:28

I do, but I know that’s not always possible.

The other day, when I tried to start my car, I heard an awful sound of the engine trying, but not succeeding, in turning over.  I called the local garage and found that they were closed.

A neighbor used battery cables and, after a few tries, was able to start the engine.

Problem solved but no real reason as to why it had happened.

The next day, Sunday, the car worked like it should with no problems.

Early Monday, I took it to the garage to have the battery checked. They ran all of the tests and looked at me as if I’d made up the story. I was told that the battery was as good as new; in other words, I shouldn’t have had the problem.

The young man that checked it out (who usually works on my car) told me that he knew what had happened. He looked at me and said that he asked God to send him someone that would pray for him and He sent me. I’m humbled at the thought.

So, the ‘logical’ explanation is that I needed to go to the garage on Monday to learn of this young man’s need for prayers on his behalf.

Has a similar situation happened to you?  Do you pray for others?  Do you believe that God works through you?


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