Most of you hopefully know I try to avoid being another alarmist. I’d rather focus on what we can do, as opposed to what is being done to us. That said, God has put it on my heart to remind folks that about 70% of the country has taken at least one shot, and the impact is already being felt.
Reported by Epoch Times: 40% increase in deaths among 18 to 49 year olds in 2021. Read here
The staffing shortage is not just due to folks sitting at home taking in unemployment benefits. A portion of those folks are simply never coming back. Most of us know personally at least one person who is experiencing severe illness since taking the shot. This will spiral.
While we’re trying to figure out how to resist the mandates, we have to remember that by avoiding the shot we are also surviving. This is a heartbreaking idea, but it is simply reality.
Think through the repercussions, and get to higher ground.
By that I mean: The supply chain is already unpredictable and will get worse. Services may become unavailable. Travel may become risky.
Get your affairs in order. Simplify. Consolidate. Move in with family if you have to. Take the job offer. (We’ll talk about that more in a few days – please keep sending me your questions, resources and stories about the unvaxed job hunt.)
Don’t let it overwhelm you. Just work on what you can. You don’t have to become the perfect off-grid survivalist. It’s more important to get one thing actually done than it is to have a list of a hundred things you should do but never will. Dust off the go bag, try cooking some of those beans on that little propane burner you’ve never actually used. Work on structural vulnerabilities like credit card debt, health issues, toxic relationships.
We have to ditch anything that prevents us from feeling grounded. We can’t predict where the system will fail precisely, we can only predict that it will. Your greatest asset will be steadiness of heart. Are you getting up feeling overwhelmed? Get merciless cutting out anything that is draining you.
That can, and usually does, include cutting back on how much news you’re consuming.
If you feel called to stay, stay. But if you feel called to move, answer that call. Do not let fear of the unknown keep you in a vulnerable situation.
Repeat: Do not let fear of the unknown keep you in a vulnerable position.
God is providing for us. He didn’t show you the truth simply to let you be crushed by it. The path is there. It’s a question of looking for it.
Pray. Ask for what you need. Believe he will provide. Walk through the open door.
29 Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground outside your Father’s care.30 And even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. 31 So don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.Matthew 10
Things are getting weird.
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