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Today there is a sense of urgency in the Body of Messiah as preparations are being made for our returning King; Messiah Yahshua.
In the natural, preppers are equipping themselves and others for survival in the event of a disaster or national event.
Currently there are thousands of websites addressing wilderness survival for the individual and whole families. Some folks might call them doomsday prophets; others might call them foolish. No matter what we might think about some of their efforts, I am reminded about the life of Noah.
Spiritually we must become preppers. But how do we do so? What is needed to survive a spiritual holocaust? We can learn much from those who have survived in previous generations.
The spiritual climate today is being bombarded on every front. In order to survive we must become regimented and disciplined in our preparation. Prepare for what lies ahead...and ourselves to be prepared for our soon coming King.
He is not coming back for a spotted, wrinkled, and unfaithful bride. He is coming back to a bride that He has prepared by washing her in His own blood. He has equipped us for the journey ahead...are we applying the tools in our rut sack?
Tools? The Challenge is here to help you in your preparation as good soldiers to fight the fight of faith. How?
1. What are you reading? Take the 90 day challenge and read through your Bible.
2. What are you declaring? We must start declaring His Word out loud daily!
3. Praying with purpose. We are not called to shoot a scatter gun of prayer. We have been called to pray targeted prayers as individuals and as a body of believers.
4. Who are you equipping? Are you purposefully reaching out and making disciples who make disciples? As we equip others we discover how we can be challenged in our own level of preparedness.
This is not a doomsday prediction. It is living out the Word of God today.
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