Preparations for the Difficult Times Ahead

{22:35} “When I sent you without money or provisions or shoes, did you lack anything?”
{22:36} And they said, “Nothing.” Then he said to them: “But now, let whoever has money take it, and likewise with provisions. And whoever does not have these, let him sell his coat and buy a sword.

We must always depend upon the providence and grace of God. But prudent preparations are counseled to us by the Lord Jesus, especially during the End Times.

I suggest to my readers that you begin making preparations for difficult years ahead.

Remember when the pandemic was in its early months, and there was a run on the supermarkets? Stores ran out of many goods, and many shelves were bare. Currently, the supply chain for almost all types of goods has been disrupted. But most things are more or less available, even if there is a wait or some disruptions in the supply chain. Things will get very much worse soon, I believe.

I suggest making certain that you have at least a few months worth of food in storage. Various “prepping” websites will have much more information than I will present.

See my website: HungerMath for more on storing food for the difficult times ahead.

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2 Responses to Preparations for the Difficult Times Ahead

  1. erm6 says:

    On the theme of difficult times and supply chain disruption, how are you and your father doing in the snowstorms? Are your community and the island on which you live experiencing a lot of weather-related disruption?

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