Clarion Call – The First Steps

“The alarm has been sounded. Now it’s time to get ready; To gather into the barns provision for tomorrow. To take inventory for what we have today and transfer it into tomorrow’s wealth. Transitioning from what was to what will be.”

Transition in our lives can sometimes be inexplicable and unexpected. It’s sometimes hard to recognize. The status quo in our lives is disrupted somehow and even then we don’t necessarily recognize it’s a signal that change is coming. The other side of change is often better for us. In hind sight we see this, but the process of change, especially when we fight against it, can be stressful. Even painful.

Change is coming to America. This also means change is coming to those who live in America. Change is coming to our cities, our communities and our homes.

The first step is to understand and accept that change is imminent. If we can accept that change is coming, then it is easier to accept the necessity to prepare.

The second step is taking inventory from a life style perspective. Where you work, where you live. Where are your financial assets? Should you declutter – get rid of some things? Should you relocate to another community or another part of the United States? Or even to another country? Sell your home or possibly purchase a home? It is possible that some who are reading this might have already started thinking about making life style changes of some kind. You are on the right track. Think it through. Pray it through. Talk with your family. Make a plan.

“And be not conformed to this world but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect will of God.” (Romans 12:2,KJVA)

You are beginning your journey for end time financial preparation.

Blessings and Shalom,

S Renee

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