List of some supplies needed for survival for long periods without water, electricity, gas or heating services.
(Remember: Binding your soul to The Lord is the first and most important thing. It is useless to store food, warer etc if you are not under The Lord’s shelter and protection. Make sure you store Bibles, tracts etc with The Word of God, not just for yourself, but for others. Spreading the Gospel message will be of utmost importance during this time.
The Lord will take care of you and provide, if you are bound to Him, just as He did with Elijah. If you have the means to stock up, do so. If not, trust The Lord with all you soul and heart and ask Him to provide for you, as He always did with His children. )
For those of you who do not think you have to prepare because “God’s got your back,” please read:
A. First of all, WATER!!! Lots of water!! They sell the big cases of water of 35 bottles at Sam’s for less than $4 per case.
1gallon /per person /per day. Thats the rule.
B. Food survival buckets:
C. Also great (you can get most of these at Sam’s or Costco);
1-Honey-big bottles. It lasts a long time. Great source of nourishment and natural antibiotic. Honey on wounds also works as antibiotic.
2-Peanut Butter-they sell 6 pound Peanut Butter jars-great source of nourishment and does not go bad easily.
3-Hand sanitizer bottles-will need them to sanitize your utensils, dishes etc. Also good for taking “baths.” Remember, no running water
4-Portable toilet-cannot use the one at home-no running water. They sell them at Walmart for $30-$60 aprox.
5-Lard-packed with nutrients. Does not spoil easily.
6-Cinnamon, apple cider vinegar-together with honey, they are great natural antibiotics.
7-rice and pasta-need to be stored properly (see links below)
8-Coconut oil-loaded with nutrients and does not go bad
9-gas/sterno for heating
14-a good shovel
16-blankets, coats and scarves- lots!-if this happens during the winter, you will need them.
17- medications-stock up on basics like Aspirin, vitamins, allergy meds, pain medication, antibiotics, antacids, flu/cold-remedies etc.-all stored in Zip-lock bags
19-matches- lots, preferably water proof
20-baking soda-big bags-can be used instead of toothpaste and deodorant, plus a bit of it swallowed with water cleanses off toxins in the body
Benefits of baking soda:
24-make sure you have the means and place to build a fire and be able to cook with no electricity. Do not count on dry wood. Stock up on sterno jars. If you have a place to build a fire, you may find those wrapped logs they sell at Walmart useful:
Another great heat source: flammable discs:
25-Hydrogen peroxide-great as disinfectant and mouthwash
28- battery operated radio
30-Baby wipes- to take “baths “-remember, there will be no running water
31-canned soups, fruit, vegetables, meat etc
32-water purifying means. See example:
33-waterless soap and shampoo-they sell it at Walmart on the camping/hunter section
34-a First Aid kit
35-a fire extinguisher
36-bags for waste disposal
37-Ensure milk or similar. Again, nourishment.
40-lots of Zip lock bags-store all small things on them-keeps moisture awY
41-feminine hygene products-not just for the obvious reasons, but because they are great for covering wounds-much more absorbent than gauze.
Excellent websites and resources for preparedness:
Long term food storage:
Long term food storage techniques on a budget:
Food grade buckets:
Long Term Food Storage:
1-Without mylar bags:
2-With mylar bags:
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