According to that Navy map, we’ll be right on the beach if the New Madrid hits. I actually wish we were a bit further east, but it’s not likely to happen because husband is too tied to this area. I’m not so much, although I like it well enough here. However, choosing between living and drowning; I don’t have any qualms about relocating. Maybe it won’t happen; hope not anyway. Preparing anyway to a sensible degree. (We went hog wild with preps for Y2K until we were, frankly, exhausted from preparing. We used the stored things, though, anyway.)
Has he watched all the Jonh Moore videos in the series:
This is part 3:
I personally think Y2K was a dry run to help folks get used to preparing for disaster. I didn’t see it wasted at all.
And, some computer types worked very hard long hours to make it a nonevent.
Nevertheless, the more accurate prophetic Christians in my circles in Taiwan knew it was not going to be a dramatic problem and said so.
Similar folks here in the States now are insisting that prep is Godly, wise, essential . . . particularly spiritual prep. . . . but also food and financial to the extent workable—not in a panic or fear . . . in wisdom and trusting in God to fill in the gaps beyond what individuals cannot do.
I believe that WHEN God says prepare and/or move
and folks resist, there will be costly consequences.