In 2Ne 2:14 “. . .God . . . created . . . things to act and things to be acted upon.” In verse 26, Lehi concludes that “we . . . become free forever, knowing good from evil; to act for (ourselves) and not be acted upon.” The entire chapter tells us so much about the blessings of the Savior’s atonement.
Plain and precious is every gospel principle, and each teaches us how to be more godlike, and better servants. “He that is greatest among you is servant of all.”
Less than one family per ward has a two years supply of living essentials. Less than 3% have a one year supply. What kind of servant can we hope to be if we aren’t self-sufficient?
Catalog the good things you come to know. Keep your life simple. Learn, and teach those around you. The more we learn and share in times of plenty, the less we will have to depend on others in times of difficulty when others may not be dependable or prepared themselves.
For more information, call (your emergency preparedness specialist)
CATCH THE VISION, GET FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.