Working with the RC Missionaries in Atlanta, I have found that sometimes the car we use gets filled up gradually with many interesting things. Going from retreat to retreat and back and forth between various apostolic, spiritual and sporting activities, the car begins to become a place of storage and a stockpile of supplies. Little by little our trunk and seats fill up with chips, drinks, skateboards, air horns, sleeping bags, balls of all shapes and sizes, wrappers, jackets, guitars, drums, t-shirts, and many other random things. Pretty soon our 5-seater Sonata can only take 3, then 2, then just me because it is overflowing with junk. The more junk in the car the less it can be filled with the Missionaries. Right now, we could fill a moving truck with all the junk in the Sonata. It is the same with our souls. The more noise, jokes, chatter, rumors, and movie quotes we fill our heads with the less room we leave for Christ and His Word. We need a moving truck for our souls to clear room for the Lord and His things. Here is a song I wrote about doing a junk removal for the soul in order to overflow with grace!