Just recently we have
seen the devastation that can result from hurricanes, earthquakes, and fire.
According to the show on National Geographic channel “Doomsday Preppers” there
are a lot of people over the country stocking up on supplies in the hope of
being able to survive (months) a natural disaster or power grid failure. Many
agree with this philosophy. Who could argue that it is a smart idea to be
prepared? As a provider we should take reasonable measures to have our family
prepared for hard times both mentally and physically. In this life, Christians
have something more precious to protect than material things. Preparing our
souls for eternity is much more important. We have been promised a gift that
nothing can compare to, a home not made with hands (2Corinthians 5:1). So even
if disasters come our way, we can be sure God will take care of His children.
As a Christian we have a peace of mind from our faith in God’s word and
believing that through God’s grace we are ready to spend eternity with Him.
Thought- If you are
prepared to stand before God, should you worry about anything else?