What if …

What if …

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My Internet has been down for a week … until this afternoon. I felt completely lost. No way to communicate except through my cellphone. Pretty much incommunicado.

I was reminded of a novel series from many years ago written by Terri Blackstock where some catastrophic disaster knocked out everything electrical around the world. Without any power, planes came crashing down through the air. Cars no longer worked. Houses lost electrical power. In a nutshell, folks all over the world found themselves as if they were living in the 19th Century.

I can’t remember the name of that series, but it had quite an impact on me. If anyone knows, please let me know. I think I probably have them, but hundreds of my books are still packed in boxes in the basement after my move from Las Vegas back to Wisconsin six years ago. There’s no room to put them even if I were to unpack them. Makes me sad.

Anyway, back to my title. The feeling of being disconnected made me think of how much we rely on the electronic world. Even depend on it … some for their livelihood … many to keep in touch with friends and family. We read on Kindles; we communicate through email and social media. We even bank and pay bills online. How much do we actually use the telephone these days? Write real letters that require paper and pen, and a postage stamp? .

And I wondered … What if we relied God as much as we do the cyber world? What if we depended on Him as much as we do our cellphones and Kindles? What if, instead of making sure our cellphone was tucked into our purse or briefcase before we left the house, we slipped our Bible in there?

What if …

Peg Phifer About Peg Phifer

Multi-published author Peggy Blann Phifer writes a mixture of contemporary women’s fiction with three parts suspense, three parts mystery, and four parts romance, stirred up with a sprinkling of humor. Peg believes God has a sense of humor and that He intended to place laughter into our lives no matter our circumstances. Read more on her website.

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