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C. Alan Martin




A Christian Approach to “Doomsday Prepping”


Part One


Common Sense Talk about being Prepared for the Inevitable.



C. Alan Martin


“Sensible people will see trouble coming and avoid it, but an unthinking person will walk right into it and regret it later.”

Proverbs 22:3






  • The World is NOT going to End!
  • Working toward a Prepper Philosophy...
  • The problem is this:
  • The Trucking Industry           
  • Food Shortages          
  • Water Water everywhere and not a Drop to Drink   
  • Gas Supplies  
  • Other Transportation  
  • Trash Collection         
  • Ready Cash    
  • When Trucks Stop, America Stops    
  • Cheap oil and cheap money has facilitated:  
  • It is Important to Speak Peace           
  • After Day One           
  • Hoarding?      
  • What about Zombies?
  • Will God Save You from these Troubles?     
  • Job, Fear, Hedges, and Suffering      
  • Dropping Back           
  • What do you have to lose?    
  • Prepping is an Investment      
  • Getting  Started  at Prepping 
  • Self Sufficiency         
  • Turn Zombies and Doomed Ones into Self Sufficient Ones 
  • To Bug our or Not to Bug out.          
  • Bug Out In Place       
  • School After Day One           
  • A basic list to get you started
  • Foods Lasting 30 Years or More       
  • Ultimate Prepper Move          
  • Books


Will God Save You from these Troubles?

Of course He can. He has before. If you have read any of the dozens of books I have written, then you will know that we are faith people. We teach and walk in faith. The question is how far you will take this? How do you deal with it now? Do you have more than a days worth of food in your pantry? Why? Does not God drop food into your mouth directly from heaven? Do you just lay on the couch all day, lean back with your mouth open, and wait for manna to drop in? Why not? Whether the time interval is 6 hours or six months it makes no difference. We should be prepared for those things that we see coming and get out of their way.


Many Christians are stating they do not have to prep and that “God will save us” out of that troublesome time. This response implies that God has never let Christians starve or endure other forms of tragic death. Of course we know that millions of Christians have starved, died of disease, and died in wars and prison. In my mind that is not an acceptable response or strategy. It is head in the sand. It is denial of the obvious which is masquerading as faith. I am glad for you that you have faith. But you know yourself and the limits of your faith. Do you want to risk the lives of your family and loved ones? I believe that if we know what is coming, and we do nothing to prepare, then we are responsible for what becomes of our families. God expects us to provide for our families as much as we can. Having done all we can do, then we can stand in faith knowing that He will make provision where our efforts fall off.


1 Timothy 5:

8 But if any provide not for his own, and especially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.



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