The Bible and Nathan on Prepping for Economic Hard Times

Since 1998 our whole ministry has been dutifully and passionately devoted to preparing the disciples of Yeshua/Jesus for the end times leading up to his long-awaited second coming. Will YOU be the kind of person that King Yeshua wants to live with for eternity?

In the mean time and before that happens, the Bible predicts that hard times are coming both physically and spiritually—a type of refinement fire for every human. This will involve physical and economic privation that all of earth’s inhabitants will go through. Just read Matthew 24 and the Book of Revelation.

So, what can you do to prepare physically for these economic woes that will affect everyone to one degree or another? This video gives you the biblical premise for “prepping” for hard times, and then some practical things YOU can do to prepare for them so that you will not be overturned spiritually OR physically by what the Bible prophesies is about to come upon earth and it’s inhabitants.

Never forget: “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind,” (2 Timothy 1:7). “And we are more than conquerors through him who loved us,” (Romans 7:37). “If God be for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 7:31). But, at the same time, “If anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his own household, he has denied the faith and is worse than in unbeliever,” (1 Timothy 5:8).


9 thoughts on “The Bible and Nathan on Prepping for Economic Hard Times

  1. Praise Yah for His Angels
    to protect you.
    Practice Safety Habits
    in your Business.
    Thanks for your
    Practical Tips on this video.
    We also live in a small house
    & fully paid.
    Our house is very low
    That gives me more time
    for Bible Study & Prayer.

    • It appears that Yah has gone ahead of you and helped to prepare you for hard times. Praise Yah for his grace, mercy and provision and for directing our steps. I can say the same about my house. Small, low maintenance and paid for. Praise his name!

  2. Thank you for your encouragement. I especially like the idea of not spending money for an entire week! I’m not sure I could get by with it, but I think I may give it a try.

  3. Praise the Lord for saving you from serious damage or death. When we get older, our brain seems to work a bit slower and we occasionally forget to put safety measures in place. So glad, you are still with us.
    We also live in a small cottage on 4 acres with a large orchard and a vegie patch and a dozen chooks. We only go to the shops once a week or sometimes once a fortnight.
    I love watching a program called ‘where the wildmen are’. Ben Vogle visits people all over the earth, who have pulled the plug on modern society and live a partially self sufficient live style in places of wilderness or on the fringes of modern society. Its amazing how many people are actually doing that. I find that very interesting and one can learn a lot from them in regard to food creation, energy creation etc.
    Recently it was about a guy who lived for 30 years on a 2 acre property in the Walla Walla mountain range in north east Oregon, where he had built himself a ‘hobit dwelling’.
    Anyway, thanks for the tips, we are almost there.
    Blessings, Sonja

      • Good to have you back, Steve!
        We are keeping a very low profile. Mostly at home growing food and occasionally going fishing. Waiting for the big onslaught. Are in the process of getting a Tessler Wall installed, just in case.
        Shalom to you, Sonja & John

    • Walla Walla is in my backyard a few hours from here. Actually, it is in Washington State just north of Oregon. I’m going to check Ben Vogle out. We need to start thinking along these lines. Love and blessings!!!

      • Yeah, sorry, I got the spelling wrong.
        His show is presently on most afternoons. I like his respectful approach when he tries to find out what makes the people tick and why they left their old life.
        Here in Australia, they are going crazy with this transgender rubbish; just glad we are not in the workforce anymore. I couldn’t deal with all these pronouns. One news channel reported that a young school girl identifies as a cat; not sure about her preferred pronoun, maybe meow.
        Shalom, Sonja

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