Friday, June 22, 2012

How I Found My Keys

I had the craziest thing happen to me this morning, and it's such a powerful testimony that I had to share.

This morning, I went out to run an errand before I left the house for the day.  I thought I took my keys with me, but I wasn't sure.  When I finished my errand, I checked my pockets and they weren't there.  I didn't think too much of it, because I figured I'd probably just left them at the house.

When I got home, I searched the house from top to bottom to find my keys.  Nothing.  I couldn't find them anywhere.

No big deal, I figure, they must have fallen out of my pocket on the walk to my errand; I decided to re-trace my steps.  NOTHING.

At this point, I started to worry.  If I'd lost my keys, that'd mean we'd have to change the locks on the house.  My roommate and landlord are pretty cool, but I know I'd have to bear the expense myself if we had to change the locks.

So I prayed.

When I'd run out of things I could do myself to find my keys, I asked God to help.

45 minutes later, I got a phone call.

It was from the Austin Public Library.  It turns out a guy had found my keys and had seen my APL card on my keychain.  He'd called APL to track me down to return my keys, which I then got back.

God isn't just for the big issues in life and the world; he'll also help you find your keys!!!

1 comment:

  1. Keep in mind that, whenever you go out of your house, the first thing you should look for are your keys. This is to avoid any hassles like wondering whether or not you dropped it, or if you actually brought it long with you.