Emergency Preparedness – “I’ve got all the money I’ll ever need, if I die by 4 o’clock.” Henny Youngman
“When peoples bank accounts grow, they feel more secure thinking that they can simply go out and buy all of the things that they need. That’s not the program of the Church. Food in the basement will be more important than money in the bank,” said President Kimball in the mid l970’s.
The only things that have changed from then until now are the attitudes of members of the Church. Most have ignored increasing dependence on debt for personal maintenance of their family as incomes have declined from competition in the ever-increasing global market. If this describes the pinch in your budget, consider simpler diet, more home made everything, and less entertainment outside the home. After all, money isn’t everything. It’s not even worth as much as it was this time last week. Check gas prices lately?
For more information contact (your emergency preparedness specialist).
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