I’ve shared on this blog, that I believe we are headed for great difficulties.  It is important that we prepare for the chaos that will impact our lives.

Many who are now engaged in the “Prepper” movement, are pushing action based on fear.  That fear is significantly adding to the problems, and creating all sorts of conspiracies.  It seems that everywhere you go now, you can hear someone speaking about some outlandish conspiracy theory.  The worst part is, the conspiracies and fear grow exponentially.  The fear captures many people, destroys hope, and ultimately becomes bondage.  Society becomes unstable, which obviously, will create more need for preparation.

So, with difficulties surrounding us from every side what can we do?  I mean, there are wars and rumors of wars, famines, and earthquakes in various places – and that’s just the beginning.  It seems that all over the planet, you hear of devastation.  For many people there seems to be nowhere to turn.

I’ve often thought about the scenarios that we face, and wonder to myself :  Where can I go to be safe?  I’ve thought about underground, heading into seclusion, and even other Countries.  The reality is, there is potential difficulty with any place you go.

Some who are reading this article will be frustrated with my ultimate resolution, but it’s the only safe place that I can offer with absolute certainty.  The only place that I know of where you can have safe refuge, is in God.   He will never leave us or forsake us.

“It is better to trust and take refuge in the Lord than to put confidence in man.”  Psalm 118:8

God is your refuge. He is the only one who knows the answer to your present difficulties and fears.  Take refuge in Him and the answer will quickly come on how you should prepare.

In the refuge of the Lord, the enemy cannot touch you, taunt you, or discourage you.  You are safe under the shadow of His wings.  Find the secret place every day.  There you can find rest for your soul and strength to overcome the trials of these difficult days.

Psalm 112:7, “He shall not be afraid of evil tidings, his heart is firmly fixed.”