Through a blizzard and rain…

It is now 1:00 a.m. and we just filled up with diesel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. About 30 miles west of Flagstaff the rain instantly turned to snow, and Dad drove through some very tough driving conditions with the snow and wind swirling around Uriah. Dad sought the Lord if we should continue or stop in Flagstaff, but the snow eventually lessened, and Dad knew if we stopped, we might have to stay in Flagstaff for awhile as they were expecting snow throughout the night and into the morning. We finally drove out of the snow, and into rain, and finally out of even the rain!

Uriah has been perfect for people to be able to sleep during the night. The plan is to continue driving on, with Dad and Christopher trading off driving.

Thank you for your prayers.

Only for Jesus,
Sarah for the rest of the family

3 thoughts on “Through a blizzard and rain…”

  1. You all remain in our prayers!!! What a trip you all have had and the stories of Gods faithfulness is unending. We will be praying a hedge around you as you are heading home. God bless, Laura

  2. Giving thanks to the Lord for seeing you safely through the storm. God bless and watch over you as you continue to minister for Him.

  3. When we lived there, we found Flagstaff to be very windy even when the weather is “nice!” That’s why I was concerned about you driving through there last night…I’m so glad you made it through and didn’t have to stop! God is good. It sounds like you will arrive home earlier than you planned? That will be a nice treat for all of you…thank you for venturing West on this trip. It was a blessing to many!

    ————— Mrs. Jill, Yes, we did arrive home earlier than planned. We weren’t supposed to arrive home until tomorrow evening. We are a day early :-). We are grateful for the Lord’s protection…. Sarah  —————

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