What kind of attitude or mindset should we have as we prepare for survival, come what may? Dennis Evers and I talked about that in the conclusion of our two part conversation.
Last week I shared part one, and we talked about the do-it-yourself projects which are part of his everyday preparedness. If you missed that first part, go here.
This week we’ got more philosophical as we discussed the kind of survival mindset worth having. Dennis is a fellow Christian, and I’m glad I can call him a brother in the Lord.
Last week I shared Dennis’s impressive set of credentials in law enforcement. I won’t take time to repeat them here, but Dennis does mention them briefly in this week’s show. Click the link above for part one to get specifics.
Response to the videos has generally been quite favorable. That’s what keeps him going. He doesn’t make any money doing the blog posts and videos. He’s simply passing along the information to you and me.
His children have been Dennis’s beneficiaries. His daughters know more about car repairs than a number of men probably do.
Then there’s growing immorality and political corruption.
Right now we’re experiencing a confluence of events that make up the perfect storm.
Dennis finds solace in the Bible. So do I. We who believe God’s word know how the story ends.
Though we live in fearful times, not worrying and looking to the Lord gives peace that passes our understanding. God is still in control, no matter how things may appear right now.
Each of us has a purpose for being here. Shouldn’t we do our best to do God’s will while we’re alive in this present world? That includes wisely practicing preparedness.
One way to do that is to learn new skills or hone those we haven’t used in a while.
How about having a “prep-in?” What if preppers around the country chose a certain time to take 24 hours to go without electricity and running water? Afterward perhaps compare notes.
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To wrap up, I leave you with this question. Are you spiritually prepared?