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 Today, Richard speaks with Scott from Jesus Labor of Love about how we should daily remind ourselves to change our hearts and follow after Christ.

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That was Tripoli's sweet victory. I am thrilled to be with you all this morning. This is the Christian Kargai Show and this is a reminder to get your oil changed. Yes, we are so excited to be with you today. We have amazing stories. We have an amazing time today. We're going to be talking about Jesus' labor of love, that ministry today. I'm really excited to hear about that. Got Mr. Scott with us. And when we really think about your oil being changed, it's extremely inconvenient.

Yeah, it really is. And when I started thinking about the oil being changed or anything, I started thinking about anything with my car or anything about a car just being inconvenient. Me and my wife, we were going to church. We were going to church one morning and went outside and the tire was just completely flat. It was completely flat. It wasn't like, oh, it needs some air.

It was completely flat. So then we're sitting here and we're looking at each other and we're like, well, what? We started thinking what happened? What happened? Why did this happen?

It was like, but that doesn't matter right now. We got to get air in the tire. We got to get the spare. So we finally get the spare.

And this is a minivan. OK, so we get the spare. I put on the spare. Let's ask the question, did Richard check to see if the spare had air in it before he took the whole tire off and put it on? Here's a spoiler alert.

No, he did not check it. I can totally relate. So I put the spare on and it's flat as I'll get out, too. I'm like, wait a minute now. So I got a flat tire and a flat spare.

I'm driving around with my neighbors looking at me like, oh, my gosh, like your tires flat. I was like, yeah, I can feel it. I can feel it.

And it just seems like. In those moments, that's when I forget anything about Christ, I forget anything about how he's provided before. I forget I forget that there's air at gas stations that you can you can call triple A like there's so many things I just forget. And this time I'm so inconvenienced. I am so upset.

I can't think of anything else. I'm trying to get to church. I got my kids in here.

They're freaking out. There's just so much going on. And what I'm reminded with is there's just a lot of things in life. Yes.

That are just going to be so inconvenient. And our attitudes is, oh, my goodness. But how many times do we think our life situations are inconvenienced in God?

And I always wonder about that. It's like in my mind, I'm like, man, this is God. Here I am again. I know this is probably the fourth time that I came to you about this.

In my mind, I have I have God sitting here and he's just can't believe you. This is simple. Like, what are you what are you doing?

It's just a flat tire or or it's just, you know, you need to be patient or whatever it could be. And I was strongly reminded by one of my friends. He wasn't even actually talking to me. He was leading a class over at High Point University and he was teaching some students. And the one thing that he wanted those students to walk away with is understanding God's attitude toward us when we come to him. His attitude towards us when we come to him is not like Richard with the flat tire or Richard being inconvenienced or how we're inconvenienced.

Yeah. And he shared this this scripture, Zephaniah, and I'm actually share that later with us because it's so powerful. I really want to I really want us to see and hear specifically how he feels about his children coming to him. But I also want to give us plenty of time to talk about the Jesus Labor of Love Ministry and to actually have some people call in. I know that there's a lot of times there's a lot of car situations that's going on.

And with this ministry, there's been help for single mothers, widows. But as Robbie and Scott even said, it's not limited to nobody. I was just told, like, there's no there's no wall here. There's there's there's nothing like that. So I would love to hear from Scott, just maybe even a little bit of like what you do in general.

But then even if you have maybe even a personal story that happened recently or whatever. So first, we'll go with what do you do with the Jesus Labor of Love in general? And then y'all be calling in asking questions, eight, six, six, three, four, eight, seven, eight, eight, four, eight, six, six, three, four truth. So y'all call in if y'all have questions about your car, ways that we can help you because we want to hear that. But let's listen and hear Scott, what you have to say about the Jesus Labor of Love. Good morning.

And thank you, Richard, for having me on today. Yes, the Jesus Labor of Love Ministry is a wonderful ministry that's 100 percent volunteer. There's no middleman. There's no cost. There's no expense.

There's no overhead whatsoever. So everything that we're giving gifts from God, people that donate goes straight to the ministry. And what we do is we help.

It says on the Web site wills, well, orphans, women, single mothers. But we we don't vet anybody. We we don't turn anyone down. We've helped several males.

So you just go online and you fill out this simple application. It comes straight to me. Then I call you. We talk about what you're going through. We usually pray.

We always pray. And and what you can do is you can take your car to any mechanic. This is all over the country.

In fact, most of the people are in North Carolina. And if you don't have a mechanic, we've we have several in that region, usually that I've got a file. And you can take it there or some somebody that you know or trust or even a family member. And then they would call me after they complete it and we would take care of it over the phone. And from time to time, we do have people donate cars.

And right now, we haven't had any in a few months. But it's a great time if if anybody has a car sitting out there and it needs a little bit of repair. We have some mechanics that actually donate to time free. We have people that would come get it. And of course, it'd be a great tax write off.

And and my name is Scott. And you just go on the Christian car guy and scroll down and you'll see the Jesus labor of love. That's awesome. And so people can like volunteer and you can you apply to volunteer.

How do you do that? Well, we really don't have any volunteers. We have a couple mechanics that that help us. We have a tow guy that that offers his free time and his equipment. We have had volunteers in years past that Robbie's used actually out of state and places.

But around this region, I make most of the calls. But that'd be something we'd be willing to look into if somebody would like to volunteer their time. Yeah. I mean, that sounds awesome. I would like I feel like I need the ministry more and I could help the ministry. I just told you I freaked out about a flight. But I just find it amazing that there's so many causes. There's so many different things that's always going on. And I think we can look at the world and say, oh, my goodness, like these people over here need help with this and these people need here over here with that.

But this goes to show that there's always going to be a need and there's always going to be different needs, different places. But that does not mean you can't specifically reach people with the specific gifts or the specific vision or burdens you have. Like because in my mind, I would never think, oh, I would like to offer a ministry that specifically has mechanics help people with their cars. Because I'm not thinking like that. I'm not thinking like that at all.

I would probably be doing some other creative artistic thing or whatever. But that's the amazing thing about God is God knows all these different needs, provides for all these different needs. And he actually provides people for all these different needs.

So he gives you the gift and the burden to take on, you know, these things that these people need. Well, let's give the Christian car guy the credit, aka Robbie Dilmore. This was his brainchild. And he came up with this, I think, around 10 years ago. And he spent just about almost his entire life in the car industry. So he knows all about cars and sales. And, well, he's got some stories to tell.

Yeah, it's each. So he's just kind of got so much on his plate that that I've been helping the last few years. Yeah. So, man, that's just an amazing thing. Robbie, thank you. Yeah, that's incredible.

Eight six six three four eight seven eight eight four. If you have any questions about the Jesus labor of love, anything like that, you give us a call so we can talk about. You're listening to the Truth Network and Truth Network dot com. Hello. This is a reminder to get your oil change. What we're really saying is how do we handle our inconveniences and how does God see us when we think we're being an inconvenience? So much to talk about on that.

But guess what? We have Miss Wendy on the line here to ask a question of Scott. Good morning, Wendy.

Good morning, Scott. How are you today? I am blessed. I hope you are. I am.

Yes, sir. How you been? Been hanging in there. I really appreciate you guys.

Had some work done on my car. You guys helped me out with them. I just really appreciate it. I'm grateful I'm a single mom and money's tight. So it's really nice to have that help.

Well, if you don't mind me asking what happened or what you need help with. Well, several things going on with my vehicle. It leaks on the inside. It leaks on the outside.

It leaks to the engine. I had an oil change. You guys helped me pay for, had some just regular maintenance done to it, that type of thing. And it's pretty old.

It's a really old Dodge and y'all are kind of helping me keep it limping along. Awesome. That is praise God for that. How did you did you hear about Jesus' labor of love over the airwaves or personally, word of mouth? How did you hear about him?

I did not. Yeah, I was referred personally for sure. And everybody I've talked to with you guys has been amazing. Like, I'm a believer and just so grateful for your mission and what y'all are doing. That's awesome.

Praise God for that. Not to ask a thousand questions, but I'll just ask a few. When you when you had the car and what was the I guess the first thing that happened with the car that you really just felt like, oh, man, like I might just have to get a whole nother car. Did you feel defeated? How did you how did you feel when you started having all those issues at once? Cars leaking never, never sound good. Yeah, it's not fun. I think it was the day that it left me on the side of the road overheated. Smoke coming out the front that I just realized something had to change, you know, and it had a coolant leak that had been going on for a while and a little bit of an oil leak.

And there's a lot, you know, at the same time. And sometimes the enemy can use that to make you feel defeated, like you said. And you guys just were God's hands and feet of provision in that because I didn't I don't have another option. I don't have another vehicle. So I'm really grateful.

Yeah, no, I understand that. There's so many times I've had that on the side of the road experience as well. Lucky at the time when I did, I didn't have children.

It was just me. And I think probably I was the child, but it was me and my mother. And, you know, I have a single mom as well.

And so when that car starts smoking and you're on the highway in the middle of the summer, it's not it is not a good experience. And so I can imagine, too, is like as a mom, it's like those children are depending on you to get where you need to go and all these different things going on. So not only do you need the peace of God right then, but then to have, you know, the Jesus labor of love come alongside that and also be a physical example of God's love and God's peace and God's provision for you must be an amazing thing. Yes, my son actually asked me, he's like, who are these people?

Why are they helping us? And I was able to tell him, you know, it's because they know Jesus because they care. And that's amazing. Yeah. Is that not a part of his life?

So that was a big deal for my son, you know, to see other men kind of stepping up and, you know, taking that role to provide and to help help us. Yeah. Praise God. Praise God for that. Thank you, Wendy.

And just remember that you're glorifying God by witnessing every day. We certainly do appreciate it. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you so much. Yeah, I'm grateful. Awesome.

Praise God. I appreciate you so much. Thank you for calling in, Miss Wendy. Thanks, Wendy.

Of course. You all have a great weekend. Thank you. And Happy Mother's Day.

Oh, yeah. Happy Mother's Day. Oh, thank you.

And same to your moms here or in heaven. Thank you so much. Yeah, that's awesome.

Awesome. And so there you have it. Once again, you know, we may be thinking about, you know, cars and how inconvenient they can be. And in our inconvenience is where God shows his strength. A lot of times you'll hear in our weakness, God is made strong. It's like, well, where's the time that you're strong?

It's definitely not when my car is on the side of the road on fire or whatever, which I've had to happen to. There's so many different experiences I can think about where I could just say, man, that is that is not what I had planned today. And then somehow, some way. And it's not always a like a huge, you know, experience like that. It's it's something maybe something subtle. But even when what we was hearing with Miss Wendy, it was her son saying, why are they doing this for us?

What's going on with that? And that's the beauty. That's the things when we start seeing what God's providences and like God doing his will, showing us and taking care of us, showing us who he is and taking care of us. I just I know I said earlier when we were talking about our responses to inconvenience and how when we think of our responses, we put those ideals on God. And we'll say, you know, well, this is how I respond to things. So surely God knowing everything, being all powerful.

We're just this little insignificant speck. And that's just simply not true. When we look at the scriptures specifically in Zephaniah 3 17, we know and hear his heart. We hear how he feels about his children. And like I said before, I didn't feel that way. I know in my lifetime, it's Richard, you know better, Richard, you should do better, Richard.

How could you? And how many times do we play that game in our head? And that's just not how God feels. And so let's take a second. And our friend Christian, when we come back, he's going to read Zephaniah 3 17.

And we're going to really see how God responds to his children. 866-348-7884, 86634 truth. So I want you to call in and I actually want to hear your experiences.

Have you ever been inconvenienced to the point where you're just you're out of sorts? You're upset. How did God come through, come through for you? You're listening to the Truth Network and Good morning. We are back. And this is a reminder to change your oil. That was 10,000 reasons from KB 866-348-7884.

Call in. I want to hear. I want to hear about you feeling inconvenienced. You feeling that attitude and maybe how you thought God felt the same way.

Not only how you think God felt the same way, but was there ever a time that you had and you learned he didn't feel that way? What happened? I know you got those stories. I would love to hear them.

Call in 866-348-7884. And so with that, when we're thinking about, like I said, we were going to come back and we're going to read Zephaniah 3 17. This text was given to me by one of my great friends when he was teaching, and he said the one thing that he wanted the students to walk away with is understanding God's compassion and his care toward them. And so we're going to go ahead and read Zephaniah 3 17. Christian. Just 17, right?

Yeah, just 17. All right, here we go. The Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save. He will rejoice over you with gladness. He will quiet. He will quiet you with. He will quiet you by his love. He will exalt you with loud singing.

With loud singing. I don't think that's how we handle inconveniences. And I'm just going to go ahead and tell you the main thing when I'm talking about inconvenience is how we look at people. How many times have you looked at a person and maybe they've hurt you or maybe they are your child and you have no intentions of doing anything to you but expressing a need.

But you feel the inconvenience. How many times have have we, we've done that I've done that so much to where, in my mind, God was not responding rejoicing over me. I did not think of God singing over me. I always look at God saying, Hey, I've given you so much you should know better. I put you in these positions to be with these hurting people so you should not be the one hurting you should be the one, you know, taking care of people and doing all that which is true like yeah like God does put us in situations and with the care that he gives us gives us the, the resolve and the everything to pursue them and help them feel well. But do we look at God that way, do we look at God as one who is rejoicing and singing over us.

I don't think so. But we should, because with that, we then can look at our inconveniences, we then can look at the flat tire can look at the person who may need some more grace and rejoice sing over them. It's not an easy thing to do but that's what our God does for us. Absolutely. He doesn't say Oh, I gave you Jesus I paid for your sin. Come on, get it together. No.

He's not running out of grace anytime soon. And that is the beauty. That is the time where you go to the mechanic. You get your oil change, and they just change it.

I can remember I'm sitting in the, I'm sitting in the car dealership, and I'm not gonna lie. I didn't change my oil for a very very long time, to the point where it actually started doing a little shaky thing like your car is dehydrated. And instantly when I get out and get in there I'm like this mechanic knows cars he's gonna see the time he's gonna see I'm way past the date and past the mileage and he's just gonna judge the mess out of me he's gonna do whatever you know what that mechanic did. He said, seems like you drove quite a bit. Let's get that oil change was not concerned. One bit, he, he is there to help me fix my car.

Yeah. And that's what happened. And God is here for his children. Absolutely redeeming his children saying come to me, come to me boldly. He says come to me, come we come to the throne boldly knowing that Jesus has been tempted in every way.

There's nothing new. There's nothing he hasn't felt. Yes sir, Richard. Yes, so I'm thinking about it right now and I'm thinking, Christ as, you know, he's our good shepherd right yes well he's also our good mechanic. If we turn our cars our lives over to him. And he's changing us 100% we are a new car a new creation if we just trust in him. And I love that we're talking about this today, because, you know, I'm a new creation. I might have been saved when I was young, but every day is a new day. Every day is, you know, a new chance.

I'm getting my oil changed every day as long as I'm trusting in him. That's right, and it's fantastic. I love it so much. Yeah, that's awesome, too. I love it. That's so awesome.

Um, Scott, you had a story that I just, I just was dying here, and I need to hear. Well, I do but while we're on the subject of changing oil right here on the eve of Mother's Day. I was just thinking how metamorphical it is changing your oil, kind of changing your life changing, changing the way you go about things. Like kind of like a cleansing, stopping and realizing that, hey, it's time to clean out the bad habits just trying time to clean out the sins just, it's time to, to walk a different path. The one time I was having my oil change, I guess about a year ago, and I've got to where I try to make it into a positive experience.

I don't know if you guys have found this out but you actually got to make an appointment, a lot of places, and they want you to do it online which I still call in, but they try to try to get you to do it online. And I go right up the road here to this NTB. And I usually there's somebody there that I hate to talk about the Lord in the waiting room but I like to have books everywhere I go and then I feel like my time hasn't been lost. Well, about a year ago I went up there, and I cannot believe I didn't have not one book in my truck I don't I think I had just cleaned it out. So I'm thinking, I don't want to go into that abyss of the phone and just waste my time, and I don't have anything to read I looked on the counter and there was a Lewis Guzard book and I don't know if y'all know who Lewis Guzard is but he was a humorist. He actually wrote a daily column. Just a life humorous column from the Atlanta Constitution he's no longer with us but I asked the mechanic the manager there I said, whose book is this he says take it it's yours.

And so, that time wasn't wasted at all. But you were talking about Richard about cars overheating, I used to, I used to drive a lot of beaters, and man I never had triple A and I sure wished I did but I have experienced all kinds of maladies if you will, and one time I was when I was living down Atlanta I had a trip planned I was going to come up here and pick up my mom and went to Salem, and we were going to go visit some relatives in Kentucky. And about halfway through the trip about Spartanburg which is halfway. The transmission went out. Oh no.

Oh yeah. And I had my dog with me to July. And we're sitting there on the side of the road and no triple A no cell phone.

That was before cell phones. And this nice Samaritan came over. And I just had my head bowed I think I was, I'm quite sure I was praying and maybe weeping at the same time. And he was so kind and he took my dog and me up to the next, I guess it was like a truck stop. And he offered actually take me on the way to Winston Salem, which I declined but later acquiesced in.

And it was wonderful, and he just witnessed to me the whole time, and that was a junk up car, but it worked out fine. I didn't go to our on our trip but I got to spend more time with my mother so yeah, I was just thinking about Mother's Day and there's a good chance I'll get to see my mom tomorrow, in fact I know I will so yeah for all of those out there. Make sure if you can't to call your mother tomorrow. Yeah, you get all the reminders today.

That's right. Take care of your mother and get that oil change. I see that light, I know you see that light, change it. You can do it.

Thank you so much for sharing that like that. It's just so good and once again you see that in all of our problems and all of our inconveniences you have an option. You can be upset. You can be frustrated. You can complain.

You can do all of those. Or you can call on the Lord. When you call on the Lord. He is right there waiting thrilled excited and rejoicing over his child calling out to him. 866-348-7884 call in we want to hear your story. We want to hear how in your inconvenience God shined and showed his strength.

Call in now. This is your reminder to change your oil or to get your oil changed. We are back and we are at it more and more and more and we are hearing.

Okay, gotcha. We are hearing more stories like once we go to break we're starting to hear more and more stories about what God is doing even right now. Even the things that you know, he's been doing even recently this week and different things like that. And so when we start thinking about once again, we're talking about not just our oil being changed or needing it but the inconvenience that we feel in our hearts. And when we feel those inconveniences or where we feel those hurts and pains, whatever we get annoyed or frustrated or whatever. And we tend to think that God is doing the exact same thing when we come to him, but he's not he's not he's rejoicing over us. He's he's asking us to come to him. He's asking us to pray to him to always be praying is actually a promise a promise that's in Philippians 4 where he says pray about everything. When we pray about everything, we don't have to be anxious. Absolutely in the peace of God will come upon us. He promises that when we pray about everything the peace of God will come upon us.

What a novel idea. And when we think about that, we can think so much about how I'm just angry or it's okay for me to be angry because I'm not God and I'm this and we can have all these excuses. But at the end of the day, we're being made to be more like Christ. Those excuses don't matter.

And matter of fact, if you do have the excuses, if you do have the hurts, take those to God too. Because he wants it all. He wants everything 866-34-87884. We want to hear your stories to give us a call.

We're still talking about Jesus' labor of love and a ministry there. And Scott, did you have another story about a minivan car? Well, I would like to share some testimonies with our viewers about some people that we've been fortunate enough to help. First of all, if anybody out there has a vehicle that they just haven't gotten around to fixing or they feel like it's just not worth it. They don't even want to pay the tow guy to come get it or they just want to junk it. There's a good chance we may be able to use that car to serve somebody. We have mechanics that help us.

We have tow guys that work and volunteer. There's people out there that can use it. There was a woman a couple of years ago and she's kind of up there in age. I don't think she would mind us saying that she's 86 right now.

And a lot of people might be out there thinking, what does an 86-year-old need with a van? Well, Jean is her name and she's not your typical 86-year-old. She still pushes mostly grass and everything. She does all this volunteer work. She knits these little hats for the veterans. She does all this. She even makes these dog sweaters that she sends me. She's just a wonderful lady. We were able to help her get a vehicle and she still sends us cards to Robbie and Terry and myself. I've got boxes of dog sweaters if anybody needs them. She makes hats and stuff for the veterans. But she stays busy, Meals on Wheels and everything. So especially here at Mother's Day, if there's anybody out there that does have a vehicle that would like to donate it and you actually get a tax write-off as well, we're 100% nonprofit. There's no middleman.

There's no margin. There's no expenses. Everybody does this for free and just for the love of God.

Just keep in mind, Galatians 6.2, that we should lift up the burdens of our brothers and our sisters. Yeah. And why did she need the van? Well, she needed it because she does so much volunteer work for her community, for the veterans, for Meals on Wheels. So she doesn't work.

You need the space to serve the people. Yeah. And I can imagine, especially, I'm trying to think in my mind, okay, I'm thinking I'm 86.

My 86 is probably not going to look anywhere near her 86 if I get there. But I can imagine it's, God, I'm doing good things. God, I'm helping veterans. I'm helping dogs have sweaters.

I'm doing all of these things. Yeah, Meals on Wheels. Meals on Wheels, like literally, we're helping people starving. God, I need the van. And I would imagine, 86-year-old Richard, I would hope that he would have way more wisdom. But he would probably have his little car and be sitting in his little car and like, I just got this little bit of space and I don't know what to do. And with my inconvenience, I forget to take him to the Lord. And God is literally here. He's not waiting for a second.

I think sometimes we might need to get this straight, too. God's not just sitting here just kind of like waiting on you to respond. When we talk about providence, when we talk about God's sovereignty, he's working. God's always working. He's not waiting.

So he's working either he's about to send something to make you call out to him or he's going to send someone to remind you to call out to him. He is not passive. God is not a passive God.

No, not at all. And so he is very, very active. When we look at Hosea 2, Hosea 2, 14 through 23, we get a small picture. When we talk about this text, he's saying this to talking about Israel, but the example of Israel is in Hosea's wife. So when you hear I'm going to sue her, I'm going to pursue her, I'm going to do all of this. He's talking about someone who is not faithful to him, but he's faithful to them. Christian, you got that for me, Hosea 2, 14?

I sure do. It says, Therefore, behold, I will allure her and bring her into the wilderness and speak tenderly to her. And there I will give her her vineyards and make the Valley of Angkor a door of hope.

And there she shall answer as in the days of her youth, as at the time when she came out of the land of Egypt. And in that day, declares the Lord, you will call me my husband and no longer will you call me my bale. For I will remove the names of the bales from her mouth and she shall be remembered by my name no more. And I will make them a covenant on that day and with beasts of the fields, the birds of the heavens and the creeping things of the ground.

And I will abolish the bow, the sword and war from the land. And I will make you lie down in safety and I will betroth you to me forever. I will betroth you to me in righteousness and in justice, in steadfast love and in mercy.

I will betroth you to me in faithfulness and you shall know the Lord. And in that day I will answer, declares the Lord, I will answer the heavens and they shall answer the earth. And the earth shall answer the grain, the wine and the oil and they shall answer Jezreel. And I will sow her for myself in the land and I will have mercy.

I will have mercy on no mercy. I will say to not my people, you are my people. And he shall say, you are my God. And that is God promising us, pursuing us, being there for us. Our inconveniences are only opportunities for God's glory and grace to shine. Remember that, remember that today and remember to get your oil changed. Come on, I see the light, change it. And when you do that you have a fresh renewed car and when you have this spirit about understanding God wanting you to come to him, you then have a renewed spirit. So pray to your father today, enjoy him, call out to him and understand, you're going to be in convenience for his glory. Thank y'all for listening, it's awesome.
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