At The Car Wash

Good morning! 

I had my oil changed awhile back: Their current promotion included  a voucher for a free car wash at a nearby business, Triple Play Express Car Wash on Brookside. 

My car needed to be washed from all the grime and salt from our recent snow, so I graciously pulled out the card and headed down the street to put it to good use. 

It was quite the sensory experience. I normally wash my car in a self wash car wash that is coin operated.. Being a drive through car wash, I had to steer my left wheel into the tract, put my car in neutral and just sit back and relax to my favorite tunes. 

There was red lava and rainbow colors before my eyes as the cleaning products engulfed my windshield. 

The fragrant aroma of their scented cleaning products permeated the interior of my car. If I didn’t know better, I would have thought I had taken a trip on LSD rather than a trip down Brookside to the Triple Play Express Car Wash. Just kidding of course. 😉 I’m pretty much an Okie from Muskogee when it comes to drug usage. 

Our senses are important to us. What we see and smell helps us live in our world. Our senses offer us pleasant experiences as we see and hear and smell and taste and touch. They also serve as warning signs to protect us from things that could harm us. 

That’s how God is. He offers us pleasant experiences one after another, yet He protects us from harm. 

Let’s all let the blood of Jesus wash us today. Cleanse us of all unrighteousness just like Triple Play Express Car Wash washed away all the grease and grime on my car. And as God’s word tells us, let’s be a sweet aroma of Christ to God just like the scented products of my most recent car wash, permeating the world in which we live.

Our God is in the heavens; he does all that he pleases. Their idols are silver and gold, the work of human hands. They have mouths, but do not speak; eyes, but do not see. They have ears, but do not hear; noses, but do not smell. They have hands, but do not feel; feet, but do not walk; and they do not make a soubd in their throat. Psalm 115:3-7

Love and laughter,



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