The Christian Pulse, published January 20, 2012
“Can you get out the GPS and run a search for the name of this restaurant? I know it is around here somewhere.”
My daughter, Malloree, proceeded to do so while we waited at a red light. It took a minute for our global positioning system to determine our exact spot on the globe, and then we focused our attention on that tiny screen, making sure to spell the name of the restaurant correctly. A honk from behind notified me that it was time for us to move on; the light had turned green.
The GPS calculated, then recalculated, directing us through a route that made little sense. After going a few blocks down one road, it directed us to turn around and follow that same road in the opposite direction.
“In one mile,” the stoic voice predicted, “you will reach your destination.”
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