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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 2 weeks ago #114425

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Do you remember a time when you realized God was protecting you as you traveled?
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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 2 weeks ago #114427

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kpeckham wrote:
Do you remember a time when you realized God was protecting you as you traveled?

One day, I think I was around 7, my grandma was driving us home I think. I think it was on a toll road, sort of like a highway…
Anyway, my little cousin was about 1 and he started crying. We all started singing songs to him. We were driving on a bridge over water. A big truck came rushing past. The truck started to swerve over into our lane. We swerved over a bit just in time.

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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 1 week ago #114447

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The week after Xmas we went on a road trip...Alabama...Florida...Louisiana...Mississippi...Texas...Arkansas...When we were still in Arkansas and almost in back in TN, we got a tornado watch in our parents' phones. Our parents kind of ignored it, but it was raining really hard and my sister was freaking out. We got the warning one or two more times after that, and we finally parked in front of a gas station and waited. We prayed, I think we read a psalm, and then I started playing games on the phone to get my mind of the storm. Eventually I gave it to my sister to keep her from panicking, and it worked. Finally the tornado watch/warning (I don't remember what it was) was over, and we continued on our way home. :-)
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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 1 week ago #114459

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JoyBaker wrote:
kpeckham wrote:
Do you remember a time when you realized God was protecting you as you traveled?

One day, I think I was around 7, my grandma was driving us home I think. I think it was on a toll road, sort of like a highway…
Anyway, my little cousin was about 1 and he started crying. We all started singing songs to him. We were driving on a bridge over water. A big truck came rushing past. The truck started to swerve over into our lane. We swerved over a bit just in time.
God kept us safe…

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Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.
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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 1 week ago #114463

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sci_geeek wrote:
The week after Xmas we went on a road trip...Alabama...Florida...Louisiana...Mississippi...Texas...Arkansas...When we were still in Arkansas and almost in back in TN, we got a tornado watch in our parents' phones. Our parents kind of ignored it, but it was raining really hard and my sister was freaking out. We got the warning one or two more times after that, and we finally parked in front of a gas station and waited. We prayed, I think we read a psalm, and then I started playing games on the phone to get my mind of the storm. Eventually I gave it to my sister to keep her from panicking, and it worked. Finally the tornado watch/warning (I don't remember what it was) was over, and we continued on our way home. :-)
Something similar happened, but way more boring.
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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 1 week ago #114472

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JoyBaker wrote:
kpeckham wrote:
Do you remember a time when you realized God was protecting you as you traveled?

One day, I think I was around 7, my grandma was driving us home I think. I think it was on a toll road, sort of like a highway…
Anyway, my little cousin was about 1 and he started crying. We all started singing songs to him. We were driving on a bridge over water. A big truck came rushing past. The truck started to swerve over into our lane. We swerved over a bit just in time.
Whew
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Have you experienced a "traveling mercy?" 10 months 1 week ago #114500

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
The week after Xmas we went on a road trip...Alabama...Florida...Louisiana...Mississippi...Texas...Arkansas...When we were still in Arkansas and almost in back in TN, we got a tornado watch in our parents' phones. Our parents kind of ignored it, but it was raining really hard and my sister was freaking out. We got the warning one or two more times after that, and we finally parked in front of a gas station and waited. We prayed, I think we read a psalm, and then I started playing games on the phone to get my mind of the storm. Eventually I gave it to my sister to keep her from panicking, and it worked. Finally the tornado watch/warning (I don't remember what it was) was over, and we continued on our way home. :-)
Something similar happened, but way more boring.
Ugh, I'm so scared of tornadoes.
“It is perhaps the misfortune of my life that I am interested in far too much but not decisively in any one thing; all my interests are not subordinated in one but stand on an equal footing.”

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