Whats it like to drive a 34 foot RV?
FIND out..its my first time out..
Propane Gas and Another LEAK??
Well, let it rain for my God has a big umbrella!!

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1 Thessalonians 3 English Standard Version (ESV)
3 Therefore when we could bear it no longer, we were willing to be left behind at Athens alone, 2 and we sent Timothy, our brother and God’s coworker[a] in the gospel of Christ, to establish and exhort you in your faith, 3 that no one be moved by these afflictions. For you yourselves know that we are destined for this. 4 For when we were with you, we kept telling you beforehand that we were to suffer affliction, just as it has come to pass, and just as you know.

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17 This was to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet Isaiah:
“He took up our infirmities
and bore our diseases.”[a]

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— Philippians 4:19


35 replies
  1. StitchingHaven
    StitchingHaven says:

    Starry I am no one… and I do believe the intent of the people who gave you this , was with love. (with the continual issues you are having) would you please consider that God is trying to protect you from traveling in the mobile home rather than the devil trying to hinder you? I do not know you. but I am concerned for your safety. This machine has too many issues to be road worthy. Please pray for continued wisdom.

  2. Breanda Wittman
    Breanda Wittman says:

    You can get solar too they have R.V ones. God Bless ✝️ ♥️ your brother is a good coach .oh no leak oh so much love. Prayers are out for you and that water. Prayers are out…. Many hugs sweetie. Mario too, Back down a hill LOL God Bless you both and many hugs.✝️♥️🙏

  3. Jo Fipps
    Jo Fipps says:

    Those of you who love Starry and believe in prayer, please pray for her. She’s being attacked from all sides by the evil one. Please pray for God to protect her and her ministry.

  4. Carolyn K
    Carolyn K says:

    A shop vac sounds like a great tool to add to your mobile homestead. You know Starry…sometimes…It's NOT all good, and it's OK to admit that. Sometimes life just sucks and you just have to deal with it. God is What/Who is GOOD through it all. We don't have to like what happens. We just have to accept it, work through it, cry, have a good come-apart if you we need to, take a big breath, do whatever you need to do, trust the Lord, change what you can, cut your losses if you need to, and move forward. Maybe some of these suggestions are worth considering. Perhaps trade down to a smaller size 'home'…something you can manage and afford to keep warm, and keep on the road. I don't say this to be ungrateful…God has provided for you through so many, but maybe this is a stepping stone to hold you over until you get settled in down south. The RV is not forever. It's a season. Keep on trusting Him. Jesus will guide you. God bless.

  5. Jo Fipps
    Jo Fipps says:

    @ M Watkins
    When someone makes a comment in hopes to help Starry, you call them a negative Nancy, a nay-sayer or you say Starry already has a Mother and doesn’t need another one.
    Most of Starry’s subscribers love her and are genuinely concerned and are supporting her with prayers. We make observation comments and make suggestions. That’s the normal process of a channel.

  6. Ron Leak
    Ron Leak says:

    Can you make it to Arizona/California Colorado River region. Because of the low elevation and relatively warm climate, and BLM land and free camping alot of RV snowbirders go there in the winter months.I am new to this myself , 5 months in . Cheaprvliving.com is where I learned alot about this. i believe Im going to give this a shot(there is a lot of wind and dust and it does rain there)

  7. Tricilla Girl
    Tricilla Girl says:

    TGFB, Thank God for Brothers. Starry you are doing Great. Years ago my husband said I hopped every curb when he insisted I drive a big commercial thing. I think I would have fainted at gas pump how many miles to a gallon does that RV get?

  8. M Watkins
    M Watkins says:

    When I was 14 my dad bought me a 1967 galaxy 500. I loved that car but it cost $75. Which meant I had a lot to do and a lot to learn. I redone and rebuilt most everything on it and by the time I was 16 it was beautiful. That was what taught me how to work on things I’ve never seen before and eveytime I had to fix something I became smarter on fixing things. That’s what you are doing now. You’re learning how a lot of this stuff works and how to fix it on your own. Before long you will be able to fix a lot of stuff you had no idea about before. So don’t give up and keep learning Stacy and you’ll come out on top always. God bless you Star and good luck on finding this leak. Just start looking everywhere it’s wet and go up till you find it . Take care sweetie 🙏🙏❤️🌹

  9. tea pod
    tea pod says:

    Hi there. I just wanted to say that when you said you felt like the RV was going to roll over when you turned in to get propane I think that you might have been referring to it leaning badly. I once had a problem with a broken leaf spring that I was unaware of and a friend was riding with me and I turned a corner and it felt like it was going to roll over. Perhaps you should have your suspension leaf springs etc inspected by a professional mechanic. It never hurts to be safe.

  10. glenda brekke
    glenda brekke says:

    when i lived in an rv i used a buddy heater and a small propane tank. next summer or if your in a warm area i would take everything out and even paneling and either let it dry out or at least find out where the water pools.

  11. Angela Angell
    Angela Angell says:

    If it was me, I'd sell it asap and buy a nice van you can stand up in. Easier on the gas than that monster and no leaking. Think of it as a "camping van". Wow, 125 bucks per fill up and only 7 miles to the gallon? Sheesh!

  12. Sheelah K
    Sheelah K says:

    Here in western Montana, we are on our second snow storm of the season already!!!!! Flipping 14* here in Hamilton! This is way to early for this. One good thing……"they" are calling for only an average winter here even though it certainly has not started out that way. The Northeast is supposed to be in for a bad winter though. Take care and stay warm. TN should be so much better 🙂

  13. Denise Bauman
    Denise Bauman says:

    Hi darling sister in Christ…so am just going to make a suggestion…if you have the means….(and this comes from someone who lives in cold climate and last winter was brutal even for here and my son helped me out by giving me his sleeping/mummy bag) I'd recommend considering getting a cold hardy sleeping bag/mummy bag style….you never know what can happen and you could unexpectedly get a cold snap wherever you might end up during winter season; and I know my son's so helped me(in my home, which is wood heated)…so if you have the means, or maybe down the road…it's a good preparedness item to consider …even if you don't live full time in a cold climate in winter, …it is a good item to have put away as needed! I should add that when it did get brutal(minus fifties in Manitoba Canada where I am last winter) I was bundled during the day when I was not in that sleeping bag…was layered with warm clothing…but a good sleeping bag is much warmer on cold nights than other types of bedding, is what I am saying…and the mummy bag my son lent me was warmer than other types of sleeping bags I've used in the past… and although I hate being "swaddled " so to speak…I did get used to it!

  14. poolahpot
    poolahpot says:

    If you are ever here in florida this is one of the best RV inspectors! http://www.accuratervinspectors.com/index2.html
    He is located in south florida but will drive to your location(for a fee)
    We are in central fl and he drove up in 2010 to inspect a TT we were getting ready to purchase. He found several things wrong with it and one major thing that the dealership “fixed” but did not disclose. It was a slide out that had been broken off and they half baked it back on!
    We would have never known until it would have broken off again! And….it would have.
    He encounters this a lot so he knew where to look and he saved us from a HUGE mistake.
    We hired him again to inspect the second one and he only found a few very minor fixable mistakes 👍
    We got everything fixed for free plus new tires, a wash and a wax!
    IF there are any leaks he will find them all! for real,
    Anyway i know that he does travel all over the usa so maybe he will travel to your sisters?
    Or, if you all decide to travel to Fl you can go to him.
    He might also be able to refer you to a good RV inspector in your area.
    This is his main page http://birelymarinesurveying.com the other link is his rv page.

  15. Caroline Hatley
    Caroline Hatley says:

    When we had our 32 ft motor home, we went to a propane company and they guided us to what we needed for a separate connection called an extend -a-stay connection while we were on the road. Then we bought two extra tanks so we never ran out.


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