Teletha, one of the fellow musicians I played with in the Harrisburg Band, asked if I still tooted the oboe. She invited to me to play for their Easter program. Quickly, I reached out to Katie, my previous oboe instructor to see if she had time to repair my horn. She said I could bring it to her home in Memphis on Wednesday.
One the way, I got a flat tire. I wasn’t scared because I had peace someone would stop and help me change it. It didn’t take long for the Lord to answer to my prayer. A kind gentleman changed it for me. He allowed me to pray for him before he pulled away.
A few days later, Teletha said that they wouldn’t be needing me after all. I pondered why the Lord would have me take the risk of getting a flat tire on the side of the interstate knowing I wouldn’t be playing in the Easter program. Well, it was because Katie has plans of moving by the end of the school year. Had I not had that invite to play, I wouldn’t have reached out to her until I was to begin rehearsals for the Christmas program. By then, she would have already moved off.
I just love how He provides and takes care of me! As long as I keep taking the next step of obedience, He will prove His faithfulness every time!