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How To Refuel On The Fly.
April 07, 2011

Refuel On The Fly
Salt & Light Volume IV, Issue 9 by D. Scott Prindle

"Elijah was a man just like us..." (James 5:17)

Running On Empty
Elijah had days where he just wanted to die...

"It's enough! Now Lord take my life..."
(1 Kings 19:4)


We have weekly business meetings about two hours from our home. It's normal to roll into our garage around midnight.

One time when we knew our fuel gauge was moving towards empty, we decided to spend the night a short drive from our meeting at a Hot Springs Spa, then drive home the next day.

Soaking in the crystal clear pools under our Lord's starry sky and surrounded by snowy white mountains was refreshing, relaxing and refueled our tanks.

Your Fuel Gauge
Like Elijah, times of intense activity reveal the limits of your humanity.

The fuel gauge warns you when the tank is getting low. The low fuel alarm is going off when you:

  • Depreciate yourself
  • Underrate your results
  • Exaggerate your problems
  • Give up on your dreams

When your tank is getting low, take these steps to refuel:

If Elijah needed to refuel, we're thinking it's a good idea too. scott and laurie prindle

Love Never Fails,
Scott & Laurie Prindle
(866) 773-7888

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