Thursday, January 15, 2009

The Quiet

Outside, the temperature is now minus 11 degrees, and I have a roaring fire going, the dogs are curled up snugly with the cats and I am warm and cozy. The house is cleaned up in anticipation of the hubster coming home from Ft. Knox for the weekend, some candles are lit and the ambiance is solitude, peace, tranquility and calm. I am alone in this quiet time and feeling reflective and wondering how much longer we will be able to have peaceful nights such as this. I am constantly reminded of my newer mindset of prepping - going over and over my preps in my head is constant anymore. God's way of telling me that I need more of this or more of that - all a good thing and I thank Him with all of my spirit that walks with Him. This is the time to grow closer to our Creator and try to walk with Him in all things in this world run by luciferian people, to try to not be so much of this world and to let go of those material things we once craved and know that those things are no longer important - that you have a much greater mission to accomplish, you have been given a gift of knowing that this is the time of a great awakening of the spirit and that God will work through you, each of you. He hasn't let me down yet, and He keeps pointing me in the right direction concerning what items we need and what to be ready for. He will help those who help themselves, so it is my fervent wish that anyone reading this blog would please get ready - when you are prepared, then you can help others down the road when things are pretty rough. Enjoy this peace now and relish it for it is soon to end and by the grace of God, we will survive and have something pretty special to pass on to our children.

God Bless and Prep On

Ernie

P.S. Just can't seem to get away from how things will become as I sit here typing, my feet rest on about 10,000 rounds of ammo on my shelf under my computer and Betty(my 38) is by my side. Hmmmm....I almost feel naked without her anymore!

7 comments:

  1. Good to meet fellow preppers. If you can fix a horses broken leg, you can fix a mans too. No medical degree needed for that unless you live under the law of the beast. And that's a skill we'll need when TSHTF. By the way, if there's any skills that you or your husband want to offer up to fellow preppers for personal training let me know. You can do it as a business for money or for Barter, or do it for free. Check out this link http://www.americansurvivalstore.com/Survivalist-Training_ep_74.html I'll list your ad for free.

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  2. Let me clarify the last statement, because most people automatically assume that a horse with a broken leg must always be euthanized, but that's not always the case. If the break is not bad enough and you have a good vet, it can be done. That's why I'd trust my leg to be fixed by a vet any day over having a NWO doctor do it.

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  3. Ah, yes, Ernie- Praise God, walk in the Spirit and be filled with Love and Hope. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will guide your steps.
    Shy

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  4. A survival topic for your great wonderful blog!



    http://www.survivaltopics.com/survival/better-than-bleach-use-calcium-hypochlorite-to-disinfect-water/

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  5. so you take off on the weekends?

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  6. Ernie, would you like to blog on AmericanPreppersNetwork.blogspot.com? If so, email me at Survivalist@americansurvivalstore.com so I can invite you.

    Thanks
    Tom

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