Insurance

Good morning!

As many of you have already read from a previous blog of mine, I was involved in a car accident at the end of 2015.  I am still patiently waiting for my car to be repaired.  

Patiently is the key word here because I have insurance.  Auto insurance. My insurance agent advised me to purchase good coverage. And boy am I glad I did! It allows me to drive a rental vehicle in place of my own vehicle until mine is back in my possession.
So I can be patient. Very patient. 🙂

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Insurance is not a bad thing. We are required by federal mandates to have it in many instances.  We may grumble at the monthly premiums, but I for one, can tell you when you need it, it is worth the price we pay.

None of us know what lies ahead in our future.

That’s where faith steps in. The belief in something not based on proof from fidelity.

I’ve never experienced a car accident under the protection of my AAA insurance.  I have faith they will take care of me. And so far they have. With flying colors.

But I choose to look at the big picture.  To put my faith in something bigger and greater than just my auto and home insurance company.  I choose to put my faith in God.  The supreme insurance policy out there. You can’t afford not to have that kind of coverage.  

Faith is not the ability to control the outcome of our lives, but rather the attitude necessary to submit to whatever God brings our way.

Together let’s put our faith in God. Let’s weather whatever casualties may come our way. With patience.  And faith. Faith that God is using those bumps in the road (or our fenders) to tweak us into the people He created us to be.

Since no man knows the future, who can tell him what is to come? Ecclesiastes 8:7

Love and laughter,

Sandy

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