“Battery low” chimes in the background, reminding me to plug my outdoor Bluetooth speaker into the charger.
Events in life remind all of that we need to be both “be recharged” and not having our battery run low or die.
Recharging stations in the Walgreens parking parking offer Tesla drivers to keep their car batteries charged for another day of driving.
Chargers abound to keep our phones and tablets charged.
Percentage icons remind us to keep our devices charged.
How often and much do we pay attention to our faith percentage — how do we keep our faith charged?
Crabbiness, moaning, and arguing with the TV remind me that my faith and faithfulness need to be recharged.
Daily Bible study, pray and writing offer recharging times and stations.
Regular Bible study groups keep me in contact with others.
A writer centuries ago put to words his experiences “Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show the way I should go, for to you I lift up my soul.” Psalm 143:8 NIV
Even Aretha Franklin reminds me to pray for others.