Sitting in the Passenger Seat

During our trip, Joseph had the opportunity to accompany someone in law enforcement on part of his night duty. Although it was a relatively quiet evening in the drama department, Joseph still had his share of excitement. In addition, he enjoyed the fellowship with his brother in Christ. We are so grateful to those who give of themselves to protect our freedom and the lives of citizens.

“I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.”
1 Timothy 2:1-2 

4 thoughts on “Sitting in the Passenger Seat”

  1. Oh isn’t God good. My husband has given me a night off and I was checking your blog before I worked on my Bible Study. I read the scripture in your post! The scripture I needed for my homeschool Gov. class tomorrow that I had forgotten to look up.
    Praying for you and the souls you reach. Deana

  2. Whoa! I’m sure that was quite an experience! Good picture.

    Yes, I’m thankful to these people too. They’ve got a tough job. I’m thankful they’re willing to do it, especially when things get rough. Hope they know they’re appreciated. I try to pray for them sometimes,
    particularly when we hear the sirens.

  3. Sounds like a worthwhile experience. Many police departments offer these ride along programs, both so the public can see their tax dollars at work as well as to draw people into law enforcement. Maybe Joseph will be called to be a police officer. I have a friend whose oldest son just graduated from college, he plans to go to law school but wanted some police experience first so he’s a police officer in a fairly large city in MI.

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