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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Not Good!

Bad news for me, my car is just about dead. I think the alternator needs to be replaced because the battery isn't getting charged. This has come at a bad time for me and this and other distractions do make it difficult to write. Every other minute my brain is shifting into another train of thought.


Anonymous said...

I'm praying Scott. God will work it out for good, He knows what He's doing.

Scott said...

Thanks, Kelley.
If I were to give an award to most faithful visitor to my blog it would probably be you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks. :) When I check my email, I like to check some blogs if I have a minute, and anything you post is always interesting (I suppose part of that comes from actually knowing you rather than just being familiar with the person's blog.)

Seedshakers said...

I'll be lifting you up in prayer brother. We know that God is control of all things -- and that we can rest in!

"The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness." - Lamentations 3:22-23

Scott said...

Thanks for the encouragment!

Pais Charos said...

Heh - I understand too well about car troubles. I'll be praying, my friend!

Roheryn said...

ugh, car troubles... hate it!
Hope you can get it fixed quickly and it all works out.


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