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TRUST JESUS TODAY
I wasn't sure what to put this under but I wanted to share it. I was given the task to give a talk on preparedness and after much frustration trying to write it on my own, I finally asked Heavenly Father to help and this is what we came up with.
Prepare for that which may come now or later.
Let not your guard be down, for the time is at hand.
This is His commandment.
Be truthful about where you are and where you need to be.
Donít let your greed take you away from that which needs
Prepare both in physical and spiritual, they go hand in hand.
Take care of physical needs the best you can
by the storing of food.
Take care of spiritual needs by never ceasing to strive for more.
If both of these things are done, then the coming of His day
will not be in vain.
You need to prepare.
Prepare your family for things to come now, tomorrow,
or the distant future.
In physical and in spiritual.
Never deny your children the spiritual aspects of life,
for it is their road home.
Never deny your children the love that God can show them.
It is a great and precious gift.
If either one of these things are not met, there will surely be anguish.
If a disaster happens and there is no means of getting food,
and you have not stored it, they will die physically.
If a disaster happens and they do not have enough faith,
then they will die spiritually.
Then can your eyes look into the eyes of our Lord, nay.
If not you, then who?
Do not look to another to do the job for you,
for it will not be done.
Look to yourself and rejoice.
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