I'm sure you'll agree with me that natural disasters are on the rise. Floods, tsunami, earthquakes, hurricanes, forest fires... they all make the news so often these days. If you read the scriptures, you'll know that this was prophesied long ago. These are the signs that tell us the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ is near.
Whether you are a Christian or not, or whether you believe in the scriptures or not, the fact remains that we are headed for troubled times. Not only natural disasters, but other kinds of disasters too. Getting a bit pay cut, sudden lost of business income, losing your job and not being able to find employment is a kind of a personal disaster. Worse if you have a family to feed.
So, are you prepared for a disaster?
One way to prepare is to have food storage and a 72 hour emergency kit. This is not something you can do overnight. It takes a little bit of planning and know-how. You have to know what supplies you need to suit your family. You'll also need to learn what is the best way to store the food. So I would advise you to learn as much as you can about it today, because when disaster strikes, it is too late to learn. And we cannot predict when disaster will strike.
If you are keen on building your food reserve, check out eFoodsDirect. They specialize in food storage supplies. You'll find pre-packaged meals and food supply kits that are ideal for emergency situations.
At this moment, they are having a special offer. This is in remembrance of the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster in Japan a year ago. Here are 2 coupon codes for you:
- Food40 (soup and entree pack, 5 day food supply, save 40%)
- Food50 (7-day pantry pack, save 50%)
Click here for their special offer page.
Want to have a taste of eFoodsDirect's delicious and nutritious storable meals? I have some to offer you for FREE!
Winning this giveaway is sooooooo easy. Just be the FIRST person (from the US) to leave me a comment here and let me know if you have or haven't done any emergency preparedness.
Oh, and email me (limailian at gmail dot com) your address so I can send it to you! That is all.