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I’ve given it to others, and each time it’s unique.
Its meaning’s always always the same; it is what we seek.

It’s something you can store or give away, to feel and share when we are in need.
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My Super Shelter – A Tour Through My Bug Out Camp

🙂 Thanks greatly to Survival Lilly @ Youtube

And in other news:………..

The Moral of This Story Is to Arm Yourself and NEVER Call the Cops (LINK)

Top 10 Critical Items You Must Have To Survive The Apocalypse (LINK)

9 Native American Survival Skills That Could Save Your Life (LINK)

Nine Essential Pieces of Equipment for Wilderness Survival (LINK)

Army Vet Reveals Extreme Field Tested Survival Bug Out Bag (LINK)

 

 

 

Serenity of Faith

Calmness of mind, body and soul is one of the beautiful jewels of wisdom. It is the result of placing faith, trust and your entire being in the hands of a loving and all powerful Creator. Peace in the being of a believer is an indication of ripened experience, coupled with faith in Someone bigger than that of self and of a more than ordinary knowledge of the laws and operations of faith.

A person becomes calm in the measure that one understands themselves as a God-created being, for such knowledge necessitates the understanding of others as the result of all things were created, and as one seeks wisdom from a loving Creator and a right understanding of morals and values seeing more and more clearly the internal relations of things by the action of cause and effect, one ceases to fuss and fume and worry and grieve, and remains poised, steadfast, serene in God’s love and inner peace.

The calm person, having learned how to let God direct his or her paths, knows how to encourage others; and they, in turn, reverence their spiritual strength in a once and forgotten faith, and feel that they can learn of them and rely upon them. The more tranquil and God-dependent a person becomes, the greater is their success, their influence, their power for good. Even the ordinary trader will find their business prosperity increase as one develops a greater knowledge in God’s will and accepting His peace in their souls, for people will always prefer to deal with a person whose demeanor is strongly stable and at peace about matters.

The strong, calm person is always loved and revered. They are like a shade-giving tree in a thirsty land, or a sheltering rock in a storm. Who does not love a tranquil heart, a sweet-tempered, balanced life? It does not matter whether it rains or shines, or what changes come to those possessing these blessings, for they are always sweet, serene, and calm. That exquisite poise of character which we call serenity is the last lesson of culture; it is the flowering of life, the fruitage of the soul. It is precious as wisdom, more to be desired than gold, than even fine gold. How insignificant mere money seeking looks in comparison with a serene life – a life that dwells in the ocean of God’s truth, beneath the waves, beyond the reach of tempests, in the eternal calm!

How many people we know who sour their lives, who ruin all that is sweet and beautiful by explosive tempers, who destroy their poise of character, and make bad blood! It is a question whether the great majority of people do not ruin their lives and mar their happiness by a lack of a God-control flow few people we meet in life who are well-balanced, who have that exquisite poise which is characteristic of the finished character!

Phil 1:6 “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ: …” (KJV)

Jn 14:27 “Peace I leave with you, my Peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” (KJV)

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Building A Stone Age Hut As Survival Shelter

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Another Chance

How many times gave we wished for another chance to make a fresh beginning.

Another chance to blot out our mistakes and change failure into winning.

It does not take a new day to make a brand new start,
it only takes a deep desire within our heart.

To live and walk in better morals and better choices, to always be forgiving and to add a little sunshine to the dark world in which we’re living.

Don’t give up in despair and think that you are through,
for there’s always a tomorrow and the hope of starting new.

Salvation is still within reach. [LINK] (At Bottom of that page- “click or tap” Make Your Reservations)

Is 55:7 “Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the LORD, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.

Hos 6:1 “Come, and let us return unto the LORD: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up.”

Now this is an adventure!

 

Winter Overnight At The Bug Out Camp

Many thanks to Survival Lilly. Thanks Lilly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Faith & Fortitude

Since the two most dramatic “events” in recent human history happened less than 100 years ago, it’s easy to find inspiring survival stories that could teach us a thing or two about being more prepared. Many of those stories depict the characters as being downright lucky but, then again, luck is always on the side of those who are strong, prepared but moreover; faith in God to get you where you need to be is what wins the day.

Welsh private, Robert Phillips, after being captured by the Germans during World War I, pretended to be a musician so he would not have to dig coal with the other prisoners under brutal conditions. When he finally escaped, he used the survival skills learned in the army to get to Holland. He only traveled during the night, he used the stars to navigate, and he managed to find food along the way.

One brave Australian nurse, Rachel Pratt has won my respect and admiration. On July 4th, 1917, while taking care of injured soldiers as usual, her location was bombed. The resulting debris left her back and shoulder injured. The amazing part was that she continued to do her job until she literally collapsed on the floor and had to be transported to England.

There are dozens of such stories and they all teach the same, invaluable lesson. Whatever your situation, never give up- keep the faith and muster every ounce of fortitude. Even if the odds are against you, even without your stockpile, your bug out bag or your gun, you can still survive.

Credit :Frank M.

***Thanks Frank; appreciate your contribution!

What is Your Prepper Resume? (LINK)

Bouncing Back

A father took his young son into a toy shop to give him a chance to look at some special gifts he would like for his birthday. The father told the boy to have a wander around on his own for a few minutes to see what he would like. At the back of the shop, his young son found a statue of a man made out of lot of colorful balloons.

He looked at the balloon man for a minute, and then he drew back his fist and hit him just as hard as he could. The balloon man fell back and hit the floor, then rocked backwards and forwards and after a few seconds he stood upright again.

The confused boy backed off and looked at the balloon man and then hit him again, as hard as he could. The balloon man fell back once more and hit the floor, but was soon standing upright again.

The father saw his young son hit that balloon man and asked, ‘Why do you think he comes bouncing back up when you hit him and knock him down?’

The boy thought for a minute and said, ‘I don’t know Dad, I guess it’s because he’s standing up on the inside.’

1 Cor 10:12 “Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall.” (KJV)

Eph 6:13 “Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.” (KJV)

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Insights After the Ukraine War

The war in Ukraine is a tragic event but it’s one we can all learn from. Nothing provides as much valuable information as real world situations where ordinary people are forced to deal with extraordinary events. At the end of the day, the war in Ukraine gives us plenty of examples of what works and what doesn’t, and while personal experience is important, the wise person learns from other people’s mistakes so as not to repeat them himself.

What can we learn from these civilians living in war zones?

Maybe the most obvious lesson to be learned is there’s simply no surviving against an occupation force when facing them as an individual or small group.

Houses, towns and even entire cities can eventually get surrounded and overpowered given greater tech, weapons and a people that lack skills and faith to overcome.

A single house or compound represents a laughable resistance to organized armed forces, let alone ones with artillery and air support at their disposal. Once shooting at your position is no longer fun, they’ll just blow you up. It’s as simple as that.

Artillery and infantry beat survivalist hero fantasies. Every. Single. Time. Last resort: Escape with your life, cut your losses and move to “per se” higher ground; live to fight another day scenario.

In various parts of eastern Ukraine, people are suffering- the lack of water, electricity and food shortages. The lesson is, prepare to always cover the basics, food, water, shelter and medicines; if not for yourself, for others. There will always be people who walk in less degrees of faith and supplies than yourself.

You need to store food (somewhere), food requiring no refrigeration and little or no cooking. You need water, not just a water filter (which you should have as well) but actual jugs of water.

For true emergencies and survival situations, just like you can’t have too much food you can’t have too much water. Have a well, have a river, if nothing else keep an eye out for large barrels on sale and keep some full of water. Even the jugs for carrying water become valuable.

Have a good supply of medicines: ibuprofen, vomit and diarrhea medicine, liquid ibuprofen for children, bandages, diapers, formula, antibiotics and anointing oil (see Mk 16:18 w/Jas 5:14 if you can believe!). Antibiotics are the difference between life and death when you need them.

Have lanterns, flashlights and lots of batteries. Get an emergency crank radio. Cell phones can be tracked, so ditch the phone when you can. Have alternative means of cooking and heating. A wood burning stove may do the trick, but make sure you always keep extra wood stored for emergencies.

Maybe you’re lucky enough to still have power, if so an electric burner can be put to good use then, saving other fuels for when power goes out. Have extra fuel in storage for your vehicle, enough to make it to your potential bug out location in case you need to leave in a hurry. Have a tent and sleeping bags. These can be used not only for sleeping in tents, but also if you happen to find yourself in a refugee camp (not FEMA camps- we want to avoid those places) during winter or in an unfurnished flat after evacuation or if you’re staying with friends or family.

In a shelled city, underground is the only safe place to be, to some extent at least. An actual bunker would be ideal, but people try finding shelter anywhere underground. In buildings, windows and doors are covered with sandbags and people sleep in the interior room away from exterior walls and windows. Windows never survive shelling. The broken glass makes it impossible to stay warm in winter. Plastic sheeting can sometimes be used to close openings and still allow light in, but this is far from an ideal solution and the loss of heat is substantial.

Another hard lesson is don’t get involved. From a survival perspective, the best way to go about conflicts which can develop into violent clashes is to not get involved in the first place. Avoid going to protests and marches; they have NEVER produced any results (worth mentioning).

This is especially true in cases such as the one of Ukraine, where people are seen on one side or the other during protests and clashes, often filmed.

Something as simple as a rival remembering your face from the rallies can land you in jail or worse. In this kind of situation, it’s even neighbors, former friends and coworkers that may remember your political affiliation. They may end up mentioning your name to the new authorities and they will come after you.

Credit: Jonathan C.

*Thanks Jonathan!!! Good advice.

 

How To Make A Marine Corps Fighting Hole 2.0

 

Awesome Thanks to Corporal Kelly of Corporal’s Corner. Thanks my friend! Semper Fi!!

A Recipe for the Soul

Fold two hands together,
And express a dash of sorrow;
Marinate it overnight,
And work on it tomorrow.

Chop one grudge in tiny pieces
Add several cups of love,
Dredge with a large-sized smile,
Mix in ingredients from above.

Dissolve the hate of good within you,
By crying out to God for help;
Cut in and help those around you,
If he or she should be in need.

Stir in laughter, love and thankfulness,
From the heart it has to come;
Toss with genuine kindness, then
share with people who may need some.

The amount of people served,
Will all depend on you …
This recipe can feed an entire world,
If you really want it to!

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How to Make a Bulletproof Bug Out Plan  

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