03 Dec

Slow Down! Jesus Walked Every Where He Went and Got It All Done In 33 Years

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How Fast Is Too Fast?

As times goes on it would seem things keep speeding up, some States now have “85mph” speed limits. How can it be December again, how can all these bills be due again, is my daughter really about to graduate? So may I just say, “Be Still, Be Still and know.” In this month of December when we are hurried more than any other time of year may I just say what a joy it is to take that time and, “Be still”.

Psalms 46:10 “Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth!”

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety “Speed limit increases cause 33,000 deaths in 20 years”

“A new IIHS study shows that increases in speed limits over two decades have cost 33,000 lives in the U.S. In 2013 alone, the increases resulted in 1,900 additional deaths, essentially canceling out the number of lives saved by frontal airbags that year.

“Although fatality rates fell during the study period, they would have been much lower if not for states’ decisions to raise speed limits,” says Charles Farmer, IIHS vice president for research and statistical services and the author of the study.

Maximum speed limits are set by the states, and they have been on the rise since 1995. However, during most of the 1970s and 1980s, the threat of financial penalties held state speed limits to 55 mph.”

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Americans Waste 203 Million Gallons Of Gas A ‘Week’ on Speeding

Avg American 13,476 miles / 20.6 current US Fleet mpg = 654 gallons a year

Avg American 13,476 miles / 22.4 estimating a 1.8 mpg difference with out speeding mpg = 602 gallons a year

Difference = 52 Gallons / 52 weeks = 1 Gallon per week

1 Gallons multiplied by 203,370,088 = 80% speeders of 254,212,610 Vehicles on American roads = 203,370,088 Gallons a WEEK

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About the Author

Robby Dilmore Robby Dilmore
Robby Dilmore his radio name itself is an oxymoron (Christian Car Guy). Robby started working in car dealerships back in 1971, (over forty years ago), washing cars. He went from car washer to service, parts, sales and eventually worked up to Dealer Principle of a Chrysler Dodge Jeep Store in 1998, where he was when God called him to start The Christian Car Guy Radio Show in January 2006. One of Robby’s greatest joys is sharing devotions with the residents of Somerset Assisted Living in Mockville, NC behind his former dealership and Charing the CBMC (Christian Business Men’s Committee) there. He also has rejoiced in teaching the Special Needs Sunday School Class at Calvary Baptist Church in Winston Salem for many years. Robby has seen first hand the good the bad and the ugly of automobile service, parts, sales and finance business, and now The Lord has provided him with a chance to help folks around the world. The Christian Car Guy Radio Show is syndicated nationally on 27 radio stations with live streaming on the internet and podcasting available on ITunes and over 30 other outlets. His 30 second helpful tips feature, Stayin on The Highway is now also syndicated. Robby also hosts Kingdom Pursuits, another one hour live show on Saturdays that signed on in 2008 across the Truth Network. Robby has been interviewed for the Christian Car Guy perspective across hundreds of other radio outlets including the Fox Radio Network, Financial Life Line, The G. Gordon Liddy, and Lars Larson radio shows even a National TV appearance on Fox and Friends.The Christian Car Guy Web site provides Godly counsel with hundreds of articles on everything from gas saving tips to how to be a four stroke Christian. Robby’s articles have been quoted in blogs from the Los Angles Examiner to The Autoblog.NL Germany’s most popular Automotive Blog. Robby has been married over 25 years to his wife Tammy and has four Children, Leslie Brad, Robby III, Tess and Mariah, they are members of Calvary Baptist Church in Winston Salem Robby Loves to Speak locally in North Carolina as well as across The Country to have Robby at your event email him @ rdilmore@wtru.com or call Robby @ 336-909-2779 Mailing Address: Truth Broadcasting Attention: Robby Dilmore 4405 Providence Lane Suite D Winston Salem, NC 27106

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