Saturday, July 19, 2008

I really need lots of prayers.

Tomorrow I am suppose to be driving our car into Adelaide so that we can get our locking system fixed. Tonight I went out to put the Volkswagen out the front and the corolla away and found that the Volkswagen had a completely flat battery. Yesterday at some stage the children had got into it and pretended they were going on holiday. They turned the lights on, the hazard lights on and our indicator. This completely flattened the battery.

I rang Steve and he said we needed to charge the battery. I managed to get the charger onto the battery but the charger kept on jumping from 0 to 12 and back to 0. It is suppose to work its way up as the battery charges. We couldn't work out why the charger kept doing this but decided to leave it and see what happened. One of my neighbours came over and checked everything. He said that if the battery doesn't charge, he will be able to give me a jump start tomorrow morning.

Please pray that our battery charges. I know I will be able to start the car tomorrow with the jump start but I am concerned that we won't be able to start again if we stop at any places along the way. So prayers for a safe trip and for the battery to be okay after the charger charges it or we jump start it would be appreciated.

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