Time to Prepare - but HOW? | Fedcoin, BRICS, mRNA Food & False Flags

Today, Chris K. From Ready Husband joins Jeremy Slayden to discuss how to prioritize your prepping for war, famine, CBDCs, the next Plandemic, or just a really bad storm!

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Take up your mantle of biblical responsibility as a leader for yourself, your family and your neighborhood in becoming a resource who is educated and prepared for what is to come. This might just be your best chance in sharing the gospel with those who find themselves without context for what they see happening in the world around them.

“..but I believe Jesus died and rose again…so why would I need to be prepared for what the world is devising? God’s got me!”

We’ve all heard someone say that, and it sounds like faithfulness, but is it biblical? Is this the attitude we are called to hold as husbands, wives, mothers and fathers who are responsible for ourselves and others?

Proverbs 22:3: The prudent person sees danger and takes precautions, but the simple keep going and pay the penalty.

Provide For Your Family by Preparing for Hard Times

This concept of preparedness is nothing new; in fact, long before the word prepper or survivalist became part of the modern lexicon, the Bible encouraged the wise man to study the dangers ahead, and then take precautions to protect themselves and their family from those threats.

The Bible is clear that the role of a dutiful and responsible man is to provide for his family. This would include preparing for hard times as well.

But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. (1 Tim 5:8)

The Bible on Preparedness

The Wise man takes food storage seriously. Even during short-term disasters, food supplies can be cutoff in an instant. If that happens, you’re going to have to live off only the supplies you currently have in your home for weeks, maybe longer. During a long-term disaster, your food supplies, and your ability to acquire and preserve new food are going to be determining factors in whether or not you make it through.

Go to the ant, you sluggard! Consider her ways and be wise, Which, having no captain, Overseer or ruler, Provides her supplies in the summer, And gathers her food in the harvest. How long will you slumber, O sluggard? When will you rise from your sleep? A little sleep, a little slumber, A little folding of the hands to sleep—So shall your poverty come on you like a prowler, And your need like an armed man. (Prov 6:6–11)

The lazy man will not plow because of winter; He will beg during harvest and have nothing. (Prov 20:4)

Do not love sleep, lest you come to poverty; Open your eyes, and you will be satisfied with bread. (Prov 20:13)

There is desirable treasure, And oil in the dwelling of the wise, But a foolish man squanders it. (Prov 21:20

A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself, But the simple pass on and are punished. (Prov 22:3)

The lazy man says, “There is a lion in the road! A fierce lion is in the streets!” As a door turns on its hinges, So does the lazy man on his bed. The lazy man buries his hand in the bowl; It wearies him to bring it back to his mouth. (Prov 26:13–16)

A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself; The simple pass on and are punished. (Prov 27:12)

He who tills his land will have plenty of bread, But he who follows frivolity will have poverty enough! (Prov 28:19)

There are four things which are little on the earth, But they are exceedingly wise: The ants are a people not strong, Yet they prepare their food in the summer; (Prov 30:24–25)

For even when we were with you, we commanded you this: If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat. (2 Thes 3:10)


Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong. (1 Cor 16:13)

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