On the last day of Preparedness Month, I'd like to thank everyone for visiting my humble blog. You might have noticed that I changed my closing mantra to do one small step every day. Prepping doesn't have to be a huge undertaking, but rather small simple tasks that are done when you think of them. If the power goes out for a minute, and you think it would be nice to have a flashlight, then buy one the next time you are out. You don't need a bunker to be prepared as I've hoped to demonstrate this month. Just common sense tasks...
The Bible teaches us to store food and to prepare for hard times. Even if you don't believe in God, there is a wealth of wisdom in the Bible. Aesop's Fable, a child's tales, even teaches us these things.
The wise store up choice food and olive oil, but fools gulp theirs down.
Proverbs 21:20 NIV
The parable of the ten virgins : The Bible again teaches us to prepare for the darkness, and the prepared are rewarded.
The Grasshopper and the Ant Parable
Anyone who does not provide for their relatives, and especially for
their own household, has denied the faith and is worse than an
1 Timothy 5:8 NIV (emphasis mine)
"Make hay while the sun is shines"
“Make hay while the sun shines" is an old
saying that's considered a proverb. A proverb is an old, usually short
saying that communicates good advice or something true. If you make hay while the sun shines, it means that you take advantage of the chance to do something while conditions are good. (Google)
I'll be posting less, as I prepare to sit for my National MRI registry exam. Stay safe, God bless, and take care of you and your loved ones. I'll still be reading my blogs and commenting...
The comment section is open for your comments, criticism, and prepping knowledge.
Keep Right On Prepping - K