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Let It Be

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November 6, 2021 12:17 pm

Let It Be

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November 6, 2021 12:17 pm

This week, Robby discusses how Christians should put their full trust in the Lord rather than Earthly objects.


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I don't mean you personally. Let's go fly a kite up to the highest height. Let's go fly a kite and send it soaring. Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful. And since we've no place to go, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Welcome to the Christian Car Guy Radio Show.

I say this calls for action and now. When I find myself in times of trouble, Mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be. And in my arm of darkness, she is standing right in front of me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be. Let it be, let it be, let it be, let it be. Whisper words of wisdom, let it be. It is let it be today on the Christian Car Guy Show or even let it be, let it be, let it be, let it be.

Whisper words of wisdom, let it be. So if you saw the pattern, I wonder if you did. So you heard the word let in every song in the intro.

Right? Let's go fly a kite. Who could forget that from Mary Poppins? Let it snow from Dean Martin.

And yes, we have some winterizing tips for you in your car today. But then, of course, the Beatles classic, Let It Be. And I don't know if you know the story behind that song, but if you don't, it's really pretty touching.

Paul McCartney, who wrote it mostly, with a little help from John Lennon. But anyway, he had a very vivid emotional dream of a visit from his mother. See, his mother passed away when he was only 14 years old. And so this chance to visit with her meant a great deal to him. And the words of wisdom, let it be, let it be, let it be, let it be. And the words of wisdom that she shared with him were, let it be. And what she was referring to was, let her death be.

In other words, she'd passed away and he was struggling because he wasn't going to be able to visit her again. And so she said, let it be. Now, interestingly, you know what his mother's name was? Mary.

So when you hear that, you know, Mother Mary, well, it was his mother. So I think it's really absolutely amazing. And as you might guess, I have a Christian connection and all that, because similarly, God used that word let a lot, especially in the book of Genesis, right? Let there be light and all these different things.

And so, you know, if God's using this to create the world, that's pretty awesome. But interestingly, when King David was using the eight verses on the letter yud, and as you might guess, right? Today's episode of the Christian Car Guy Show is brought to you by the letter yud, but he used this same idea. And if you actually read verses 76, 77, 78, 79, and 80 in order, they are, interestingly, let it be, let it be, let it be five times, right?

Whisper words of wisdom, let it be. So, you know, I've been doing this daily podcast on the 119th Psalm, and, you know, I think, you know, right now we're actually moving on from the het into the tet. But, you know, in my own study, I've been doing this with the yud, and I came across this, which was just absolutely beyond my imagination when it came to this letter yud section.

And so I wanted to share it in today's show, and it has everything to do with let it be. So when you look at this 75th verse, which doesn't happen to be one of the five let it be verses, but every single verse you see in the yud section would start with the letter yud. And so what he says in that verse in English, it says, I know, O Lord, that your judgments are right, and that your faithfulness, that thou in faithfulness has afflicted me. So that word know right there is the word yada, which biblically speaking, to know something is a very, very intimate, and so this is a very intimate word he used.

He didn't use it lightly, and the word starts with a yud. So when he said, I know, O Lord, that your judgments are right, it was a very intimate thing, and it was more than just believe. It was like, I just, I know you're right, God, and I know you're doing what's right. And the Hebrew sages teach that he wrote this verse in response to when his son Absalom had essentially taken over Jerusalem, stolen his wives, done all this stuff, and King David left in shame with literally claws wrapped around his face. And if you look closely in the book of 2 Samuel, you'll see where King David went when he fled from Jerusalem was to the Mount of Olives. And while he was on the Mount of Olives, he wrote the third Psalm. So if you want to see something really cool, you know, take a look at that Psalm and think that King David, of course, this is the place where Jesus was the knight that he was betrayed.

And of course, you may know, Absalom kissed everybody in Jerusalem, which may be the reason that when Jesus said, oh, you betrayed me with a kiss. Well, that was kind of how Jesus, I mean, that was kind of how David experienced this. But when he went to the Mount of Olives, he wanted to look to where the arc of the testimony was, but more importantly, where the temple mound would be. There where the temple would eventually be. And from what I understand, when you look from the Mount of Olives to where the temple is, there's this dip in the mountains that King David would have seen.

The dip was there so that they would be able to create water pressure to clean the floor from all the sacrifices that were done all the time. But King David wanted to be there as he was lamenting, right, one of the most difficult—can you even imagine what it would be like to be betrayed by your son? And yet, here, King David says in this Psalm, it's not like, I hope you're right, and I hope this is going to work out, but he says, I know, right, that your judgments are right. And I know that in faithfulness, in other words, you've done this for my own good in some way, God, I don't understand it, but I know that you love me and that's the reason that you do this.

So that's what sets up the let it be verses, okay? And it's a very critical understanding, I think, to see that, oh, King David starts out by saying, I know, God, you did this and you did the right thing. But then he says, right, in the first let it be verse, it says, Let I pray thee, which is essentially the word please in Hebrew. It's like please, and then he uses the word merciful kindness is in English, but that word is hesed in Hebrew, and it's the same thing where, you know, surely goodness and mercy. Well, that word hesed is really loving kindness from God's, you know, like God's loving kindness to him. But what King David is saying, essentially, if you take the thought in line with what he had just said is, God, I know you did what was right and you did it for my own good, but can I have a hug?

I mean, it's like, you know, either after you discipline your child, you know, you give him a hug. Well, King David is pretty bold, you know, and so he says, I know your judgments are right, but, you know, can I get a hug? Because he says, Let I pray thee thy merciful kindness be for my comfort.

In other words, he needed to be comfort, and what better way to get comfort from God than to get a hug? I mean, it's just what he's saying. It's absolutely beautiful. And then he says, According to thy word unto thy servant. The next, let it be, it says, Let thy tender mercies come. And that's a different word than hesed in Hebrew. It's actually the word kind of for forgiveness. And it's interesting, he says, Let thy tender mercies come that I may live, right? For thy law is my delight. It's an amazing thing.

It's clearly a reference from my point of view, too. Jesus provides us forgiveness, right? So first he wants a hug. Then he wants forgiveness. Well, any time you ever messed up in your life, you want a hug, and then you want to be forgiven, right? I mean, it's absolutely beautiful. But then there were some people that had caused him a lot of shame and stuff that, you know, right?

Because obviously Absalom and the boys had done a lot of shenanigans there for him to be on their way. So this next verse, he speaks to that. And it doesn't say, Get even with them or harm them or anything else.

He says, Let them be ashamed, for they dealt perversely with me without a cause. But I will meditate in those precepts. I'll meditate in thy precepts. What are the precepts?

Well, you know, I can tell you a couple of them real close. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and all your strength, and love your neighbor as yourself. Well, what leads people to Christ is shame, right? They want to get shame off of them. They feel ashamed. God, I need help. They need a hug.

They need forgiveness, but in order to do that, right, they need Christ. And so it's kind of, I don't know if you've ever thought of shame as a good thing, but actually, you know, I would really, really, really, there's a lot of people in my life, I would love to see them go to Christ to get the shame off of them. And so how cool. So you've got, Let it be, right? Let it be. Let it be. Let it be.

And then he says, Let those that fear thee turn unto me, for they have known your testimony as well. We're going to get to that in a minute. And oh, oh, oh, of course, you're probably wondering what I want you to call in.

Well, I can't really jump to that until I get to the whole yod thing. So I've got some cool stuff for you. And I'm really excited to share all this with the show.

I've got the winterizing tips. So stay tuned. We've got so much more Christian Car Guys show coming up.

You're listening to the Truth Network and Let it be today on the Christian Car Guys show and join this journey down the yod section and what all the psalmist meant by let it be, but what Paul McCartney meant by let it be, though they may be parted. It's kind of perfect, like for the verse that we're fixing to do.

I couldn't have planned it better if I did. So it says, actually, in the King James version on verse 79, where we left our hero when he was fleeing from Absalom and up there on the Mount of Olives, here we have the next verse, which says, Let those that fear thee turn unto me. Well, in Hebrew, it really would be better translated, return to me and those that have known thy testimonies. The reason why I say return to me, and you may know that Paul McCartney and those guys were in the midst of their big split up, right? And this had to really be a heartbreaking thing for these guys that had done so much creatively together or however you want to say that. So, you know, I don't know if you've ever been involved like in a breakup like that, but it's an interesting thing how the yod fits into that.

And the way this goes is that actually, you know, King David, when he was king, he was over the 70 Sanhedrin. And so here, he's been banished from the Sanhedrin. And he's wanting to be returned to his friends.

It's like, you know, your whole group that you've lived with, he wants—because those are where we get our support, right? When we're hurting or getting, you know, disciplined, as the case may be, is what was going on in your life, there's nothing like being reunited to people, and you're going to see where the yod fits into that in just a minute when we get to that. But anyway, and those that have known your testimonies.

In other words, these were the guys, these are the guys that were the Torah scholars of the day. And then the 80th verse, and if you've listened to me any length of time, you know that I love the number eight. And so if eight times ten is a huge deal in—and any number times ten is a huge deal in Hebrew.

And so when you get to the 80th verse, it's like, we're going to come in for a gigantic landing right here for all so many reasons. But what he says here has everything to do with Jesus. He says, Let my heart be sound in thy statutes, that I may not be ashamed. In other words, earlier, he was talking about other people's shame.

Now he's talking about his shame. But that word, sound, where it says, Let my heart be sound, that word is perfect. That word is like the spotless, you know, lamb that had to be—in other words, when you brought a sacrifice, it had to be perfect.

Noah was perfect in his generation, right? And so when he's saying that for your heart to be perfect, what does that take? What does it take for you not to be ashamed? Well, there's only one way to get there, and that's to accept Christ and get His blood to cover you. Well, what does all that have to do with yud?

Well, again, I'm so glad you asked me! Well, the letter yud in Hebrew is just a dot. And so when you heard Jesus talk about, I'm not going to change one dot or tittle, well, the dot is just—that little bitty dot is a yud.

And so the idea of the yud is it's the little that means a lot, and here's how that works. For God to create—and you've got an infinite God. This is a great big thing. I mean, God's huge, it's way bigger than the universe. But for an infinite God to create a finite universe, He had to shrink Himself, right? He had to create something finite from the infinite. And so He's taking and taking this huge thing and making it very small. Similarly, when Jesus left heaven to come down to us, right, He took this—His hugeness is unbelievable, and then He came down here as just a little dot. And you don't have to read much of any of the Gospels to see that most of the time people had no idea what He was saying, in spite of the fact that He was trying to shrink down what He was explaining to the very simplest common denominators, which would be parables like ground and plants and whatever. But quite often they still missed it, because He was trying to get it down to the point—now, if you have a teacher that's teaching kindergarten, she has a great understanding of reading, but when she's teaching reading to those kindergartners, she has to shrink her understanding down in order to find the common denominator in order to get the people to understand. Or, I'm blessed, blessed, blessed to teach special needs.

I will do it again tomorrow. And I get to take biblical concepts and go, now, how am I going to explain this in a way to people that can't necessarily vocalize back, or that they're autistic and those kind of things? So you have to take big concepts and you have to make them understandable.

You have to shrink them down, and thus you have the idea of yud, is you have to shrink yourself, okay? And I don't know what you've been through in your life, but I'm going to bet that what you see here for King David, as he is leaving Jerusalem, is God is shrinking him, right? He had a great big huge sphere of influence.

But as he's leaving, his sphere of influence is nowhere near as big as it once was. And so here is the actual thing I was hoping you'd call in and share today. Like, when this gets to reality, you know, where did God shrink you, and how did he do that in faithfulness, and do you see that if you let it be, that you're going to get the hug, and you're going to get the no shame, and you're going to get all these things? I mean, it's absolutely a fantastic thing when you look at 119 Psalm. Again, as we look at these verses, 74 through 80, the whole concept of let it be, but I would love for you to call and share that.

866-348-7884, 866-344-TRUTH. You know, in my own life, you may know that I was the dealer principal or whatever at Westside Chrysler Dodge Jeep. In other words, I had a car dealership.

And not unlike, you know, what happened with Absalom. I had an office manager that somewhat betrayed me and, you know, did a whole lot of shenanigans with the money, and not to mention not pay the payroll taxes and all that, and as a result, you know, I had all these people that worked for me and all this stuff, and I had this big office, but I got shrunk. Oh, did I get shrunk in so many different ways, but oh, and it was hard.

And I know what it's like to sit up there and lament that, but I also know what it's like to get the hug that you can only get after you've been shrunk, and dad spanks you, and then he gives you this big hug, and then he forgives you, right? How has that worked in your life? 866-348-7884. 866-34-TRUTH. Oh, I'd love to hear your story. I'm all by myself, so I need your call.

866-348-7884. Let it be today on The Christian Car Guy Show, and that happened to be another version of Let It Be that Paul McCartney did. It was actually their video, and there he doesn't refer to his mother but Brother Malcolm, which happens to be one of his assistants there, as they were actually in the throes of breaking up, and apparently Brother Malcolm was a dear friend in those times. And so, you know, as we're thinking about, wow, you know, what they went through, what we went through, what David went through, when you've gone through these times of shrinkage, right? And that God is allowing things in our lives that we essentially, you know, if you just think of it, in my case, where I lost a dealership and I lost all my house, it was foreclosed on, and I lost all sorts of things. My kids were shamed as a result.

You know, they were in a nice school and all this stuff, and all this stuff changed overnight. However, I would not be here talking to you today, I assure you, I wouldn't be, had God not allowed that in my life. And, you know, I did not realize it at the time what the car business was doing to my soul, and I don't know if I've ever even said this on the air, but for years and years and years after I got out of the car business, not that I'm not in the car business to some extent, I still talk about cars to this day, I had nightmares. I always, I was having nightmares of, you know, I had to sell one more car.

Somehow or another, I had to do this, I had to meet the subjective, and the pressure was unbelievable. And I would wake up just, oh, you know, just in these horrible fits almost, as what was happening was God was taking the car business out of my heart, because He knew it was killing me, right? There were parts of it that just weren't meant for what I do or the way I am, and the joy that I usually enjoy, and the freedom that normally I walk around in. Well, you know, due to my own way I process things at the time, you know, it was really hard, hard, hard, but God shrank me. And as a result, oh my goodness, what joy I've had, I can't imagine the adventures could have been any better as a result of what happened, you know, those years ago, when I had a chance to let it be, right? And at some point in time, you let it be, and then you let God, right? And you take up the next part of the story, right? You know, comfort me, forgive me, all those things.

So again, your stories are what I'm hoping for, I see lines ringing now, I want more! 866-348-7884, 866-34-TRUTH, and while they're lining up those phone calls for you, I thought we would talk about, you know, it's gotten down to 27 degrees last night here in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, so I can imagine what it's like in Washington and all those places. So there's some ideas that we gotta check out here, as far as what we're doing to prepare our cars, and so one of those things that a lot of people don't think about is you gotta flush your radiator, because what happens is the coolant doesn't last forever, and so when you look at your maintenance schedule, there's always something that has to do with flushing your radiator, because what happens is that stuff actually starts to oxidize as it deteriorates, it starts to ruin the radiator itself, and so in your owner's manual, I'm not telling you to do something that the owner's manual doesn't tell you to do, but there's going to be a series of, you know, things that they tell you to do at certain mileage intervals. Well, the winter time is a good time to be thinking about your antifreeze, so especially if at some point in time you just added water in there, because man, if that freezes, you're in bad shape, so you need that 50-50 mix of water and antifreeze, and you know, it's a good time to think about flushing your radiator. I'm just saying, I've known so many people, so many cars overheated, so many cars were ruined, because it just didn't simply take this one maintenance idea.

You can, you know, again, as I always say, you can pay me now or pay me later, and so the next thing to think about is your battery, because these days with all the electronics that cars do, the batteries are working heavier than ever, and there's nothing worse than, boy, it's a cold morning, you got to go to work, and your battery won't get it, and so I don't know if you knew this, but almost all the parts places, so many places will check your battery for free, and there are early warning signs to your battery to know that that may be a problem, because the last thing you want to do is be stuck in a winter storm and have no battery, but we have Clay is in Durham, North Carolina, is on the Christian Car Guys show. Hello, Clay, I'm anxious to hear your story. Well, top of the sanctifying Saturday, morning to, mid-morning to you, brother. You know, just hearing you talk about, you know, letting it be, you know, it's just, let me say that I am so thankful for Truth Radio, because you get to hear people say things, and you get to hear the pastors, you know, share certain things, and it has a lot of meaning, and, you know, sometimes it just, you know, that old saying, you know, let it roll off your shoulder, so, I mean, like, you know, so, in other words, it means let it be, but, you know, I would often wonder when I would hear somebody say something, you know, for what I went through with my biological father, and then some things regarding my mother, you know, certain things that I would have to really contemplate and think about, and there would be certain times that I would just, you know, sit on edge of the bed or just sit down and just really think about it, but I know that God the Father is in control, and he knows all our needs, and, you know, I just, you hear certain things that are talked about, and it's just like, you know, you're at peace. I know that I've been able to hear Pastor Charles Stanley talk about, you know, several weeks that he's been talking about it, you know, having peace with God and peace of God, but, you know, there's the eternal peace that, you know, when you go through something, you know that you're not going through it alone, and I have found that it's all about just letting it be where it needs to be in regards to what the Lord has planned for your life, and I've got to share... Darrell Bock Yeah, I couldn't agree with you more, Clay, and I love this part, right, where King David says, I know that your judgments are right. In other words, I know you're doing right, God, and in faithfulness, thou has afflicted me.

In other words, he didn't allow this stuff in my life, I know, without my, you know, his plans to prosper me and to make me a better person and to make me fall more in love with him, right? Because, and I know in your own life, Clay, because I know of your faith, and, you know, I sense that your relationship deepened as a result of those struggles, right? Clay Johnson Well, you know, brother Robbie, I was wondering if anybody else would call in and share their story, but I said, well, okay, I'll wait, I'll wait, I'll wait, and I try not to do it a lot, because I know that there are other people that would like to be able to call in. You know, there's something that I have not shared with many people, actually, I shared it with a wonderful brother in the Lord last night, and there was something that took place recently, well, I mean, not recently, but within the last year or year and a half, and the Lord revealed it to me because of certain things that were going on. But, you know, I came to the realization that that's not on me, that's on whatever, you know, was going to happen, but I have found that when you know, I will say this, I don't know if I've ever shared this with you, but I've shared it with other people, I'm very perceptive of stuff in my life, and I feel that the reason this is able to happen is because I hear things that are talked about on Truth Radio, certain things that are talked about in a Bible study or a prayer meeting, and you hear that, and you insert it into your heart, and you know, you just let it calm you, you just say, hey, you know what, you get that peace of God, you know, you're going to get that eternal peace down the road, but the one thing that I really am thankful for is being able to know that I can be digestively fed God the Father's word through a man of the Lord, through somebody like yourself, which I'm looking forward to a week from tomorrow, and it's going to be a wonderful blessing, because you just got to know that you can't always let things that are going on really get to you, because it affects you emotionally and mentally and spiritually, and when you have that happen, it's just also important to have people in your life to really, you know, say, hey, you're going to be all right. Oh, I love that, I love that, and what Clay is making reference to is that next Sunday, a week from Sunday, I'll be at Peace Church, and the chance to speak there in Durham, North Carolina, if you happen to be in the area, I would love, love, love to see, I know Clay will be there, as well as Bruce, a lot of my friends, Bob will be there, it's a wonderful thing to get to go do that every so often, and so we're going to be there next Sunday, but meanwhile, I appreciate your call so much, Clay, I appreciate what God's doing in your life, but we need your call, you're listening, you're thinking, I got something, call me, call me, 866-348-7884.

You're listening to the Truth Network and Let it be today on the Christian Car Guy show, I've had so much fun with this idea, and so grateful for your calls, and I'm so excited because I have my good friend Sarah Linda in Washington with us, so Sarah Linda, you're on the Christian Car Guy show, it's so good to hear from you, I've missed you. Yeah, well, as what's been going on, and here I is, I've had my birthday, and I'm now officially 94, so grace be to God. Yes, really, how awesome is that? Yeah, I said so too, and I got a song for you, and you know, I've been fine, I've got to send this, I've got a chart that has all those words and letters in it, I want to send it to you, and I could maybe get them, whatever, after the program.

Yeah, I'll put you on hold so they can give you my address, I would love to have it. Yeah, yeah, okay. So here's the song, I can't sing it right now, but I'll just read it. Speaking words of wisdom, let it be, you can know the met, let it be, let it be, let it be, Mother Mary said, let it be, how beautiful the words, let it be, how beautiful the, how beautiful the handmaid so small, the yod, when we understood, made it all, remember het's new life God did bring, so let it be, let everyone sing.

Wow, that's awesome, that is so awesome, isn't it, isn't it? Well that's fun, it's wonderful, God is so awesome, he is amazing, so let it be, when we'll all sing, let it be, and I, you know, well anyway. Well it's like you, you may know, and I'm sure you do Sarah Linda, that the first verse of the yod section says, you know, thy hands have made me and fashioned me, right?

And so that's exactly what the yod did. And the rest of that verse says give me understanding, right, it says thy hands have made me and fashioned me, and it says give me understanding that I might keep thy commandments. And so what I think is fascinating about that is that the more we learn about each other, the more we learn about the Bible, the more we learn about God, that broadens our understanding, then all of a sudden things come more clearly as far as what those commandments mean, you know? Yes, yes, yes, and more let it be, yes. Right, right, right, because there are so many things that, wow, I can't even, but it is nice to know, right, that in faithfulness he afflicted me.

In other words, you don't let any of that stuff happen that he didn't know was for my good and for his glory, right? Exactly, yeah, oh, it's so true, yes indeed. And in your life, you know, I hope that all our listeners can hear the joy that's in Sarah Linda's voice at 94. I really do, but I know her personal struggles. You've had to let a lot of things be lately, right?

Oh, yes, and for sure. This season of life has a lot of, you know, little storms here and there, and it's the changing season, and that's when you get a lot of storms, but, you know, we let it be because God is there for you and for me. Because you lost your husband how many years ago? Let's see, 2017, we had been married 70 years, and 2017, and then I lost, we lost our, my granddaughter, and last year, oh, that was, yes, that was a big storm, and we're praying for her fiance, but, you know, we are letting it be because God will set us free one day completely, and it's coming soon. And don't you think it's interesting?

I think it's interesting, you know. It's that Paul McCartney's mother, that dream, right, that led to this song that was like, talk about it. Those were the words that his mother gave him. Oh, how beautiful. How beautiful.

Oh, yes. Wow, that takes my breath away. It does, because, you know, it's those of us who've lost loved ones, dear loved ones, to realize that, you know, that this is what he was struggling with.

He was really, really struggling with it. And in this dream, his mother said, let it be, so. And, you know, that poem I got just a little, right after, the song I got right after my husband passed, and I was waiting for my daughter to come, was Tears Bring a Rainbow, When You Know a Promise. Well, Tears Bring a Rainbow, and...

I've never heard that. That is absolutely fantastic. You know, when you do, when you look through tears, it can bring a rainbow.

Yeah, Tears Bring a Rainbow, When You Know a Promise is Kept. Wow. And now, and I'll send that to you, too.

You're my hero. I'm going to put you back on hold, Sarah Linda. I am so grateful for you've had another birthday, so have I. So, we're getting up there. I remember that.

That was awesome. All right. Thank you. All right. Well, I got to get to a few more of these winterizing tips. Of course, if you want to call it, we'll get you in here.

866-348-7884. But there's one of my favorite, you know, it seems so simple, but a lot of people don't think about it. Man, new windshield wiper blades are only like, you know, maybe 15, 20 bucks. Come on. And you go around, and you can't see in the rain. How dangerous is that?

Right? And when you add the snow and the ice, and oh my goodness, you're going to get frost on the windshield. Wiper blades make such a difference.

You can see clearly now. It may save your life, somebody's life. You know, this is not an expensive investment. But along those lines, right, the right windshield washer solvent. Like, if you put water in there, and that stuff freezes, and you're going to break your canister. But windshield washer solvent, right? You got to have that stuff because you know that the snow and the ice, you know, that stuff that they put on the roads is all going to get on your windshield, and away you go.

And while you're thinking about it, two things I learned. You might remember a few years ago, they had this horrible blizzard in Atlanta, Georgia. All these people got stranded.

They didn't know what to do. People, you know, literally lost their lives, as I recall, because, you know, they left their car, and they did crazy things. Well, if you're in a big snowstorm, right, the idea is to stay with your car, it's going to be easier to find. Keep an emergency blanket.

One of those little aluminum things, they're small, but something to keep warm. And then the great, great idea is just an emergency candle, right? Because there's nothing like a little light in the darkness, a little warmth. It's just, you know, when you got to a candle lit, even though you're scared, there's that, it's an idea of shalom. It's in that flame, right? And so, you know, I really like the idea of keeping an emergency blanket and keeping an emergency candle.

Of course, you got to have matches or a lighter or something to light it with. But man, I mean, just something to make sure that you're okay. And how about that ice scraper, man?

Get a good one this year so you don't, you know, go around with ice and stuff on your windshield. So I am so grateful that you listen for my calls today, for my friends here, Linda, and for Clay. And Lord, we just pray that you would help us let it be. See that you've afflicted us in faithfulness and that you are going to show us your mercy and your grace. And we thank you for listening. Today, we had so much fun on the Christian Car Guy show. Remember, slow down. Jesus walked everywhere he went, got it all done in 33 years. This is the Truth Network.
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