“It came on between Wells and Wendover,” explained my mother, to my irate father. “It was only one little red light. The smoke didn’t start ‘til later.”
I learned an early lesson when dad replaced the engine in our ’52 Buick. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” That lesson was magnified during a military aviation career. To expect the unexpected is the beginning of safety awareness.
To feel safe comes from broadening our plans to include potential failures in the world around us. To address present cares is one level in our mortal education. To plan for and expect change is the next. By warning us, Heavenly Father has given us the necessary insight to withstand the trying times that will come upon the wicked. By choosing obedience, we choose to survive the trying times and be part of the wonderful events of the Savior’s second coming. Want to be safe? Be prepared.
For more information, call (your emergency preparedness specialist).
CATCH THE VISION, GET FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.