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Hi and happy Monday!
Thank you for your love about the things I share! I apologize for the typos in yesterday's email. Are you ready for one more of these?
Here is something else to consider adding to your toolkit in case of an emergency.
1. Ziploc. Many only think of this for bagging things for the freezer but Ziploc is used for more important stuff out there like preserving your electronic devices, and preventing liquid damage.
2. Mentioning that the Norwegian cod fish can be consumed in the form you purchase it from the store. Forgot to mention that yesterday. :)
3. Designated meeting point. As a family, decide where to meet. An airport, or another country.
4. Keep a laptop/tablet/phone in your car. If you cannot communicate by phone, if you catch some wifi, you can send an email.
5. Alcohol prep pads. Good for treating minor wounds.
6. Avoid completely tinted vehicular neighbors where possible. If you cannot see the driver, anyone, including a desperate criminal, can be behind the wheel parked next to you.
7. Stay aware at night time. Any approaching person can be armed. Something GOD has taught me is to be careful as there are more weapons that are not guns.
8. Keep something around you that can be used for Holy Communion. Take Holy Communion daily. Spiritual healing occurs when the communion is taken correctly. HIS MAJESTY can access you for healing things you do not want to know about, but will be grateful for. You're still a Christian both in stable times and unstable ones. :)
9. Keep your eyes out for people you pass daily who need help. They rarely ask. When you discern a need, and can meet it, open your hand so GOD can use you to help another person. Do not demand gratitude. Your repayment comes from GOD.
10. Keep in touch with GOD regularly. Keep a consistent prayer and worship time. If you can pray at twelve noon daily, and worship at six p.m. heaven knows when to expect your fellowship. One thing I was warned about by a veteran preacher or two, is that GOD keeps appointments seriously. You show up at four p.m. today, promise GOD you will be there tomorrow, and then GOD comes tomorrow at 4pm, and is waiting on you but you do not show up. How would HE feel next time you called a random? Of course, GOD hears and answers prayers at all times. HE just answers some faster than others depending on how familiar HE is with you. Become familiar with GOD. More familiar. It pays you at the end. Nothing better than hearing THE VOICE of your MAKER, the same VOICE that walked in the garden in Genesis, six thousand years ago, whisper to your ear as you wake to tell you, I enjoyed your prayer last night!