Guest post by: Marianne
First there was Y2K. I stocked up, waiting for the end of the world. God told me not to worry, but I did not listen. Then nothing happened, and I forgot about all the stuff in my storage shed. About 5 years later, I went in and had to throw a lot of stuff out.
Then, I got an email back in October saying there was going to be another disaster, so guess what i did. I stocked up again, but this time it was my car that got stuffed. I was waiting to get bombed by Russians or someone, and I knew that when the tribulation started, Jesus told his disciples to head for the hills. So, I was going to do that too. No clue where I was exactly going, or how long I would be there.
Well, we have not been bombed yet. My car is full of stuff. While most people go to their pantry to get a new item to open and use, I go to my car.
It is only a Toyota Corolla!
here is my inventory overview:
Sugar – 10 bags
oodles of noodles
sleep aid – I guess I have to sleep through the bombs
first aid stuff
chicken noodle soup
honey bunch cheerios
Well, aren’t I silly? It is a little strange. I had to give a ride to some friends, and I had to move all the piles of food over, to give them a place to sit. It is well organized, and a lot of it is boxed up. My son wanted apple sauce to go with his pork chops, but I could not remember where the apple sauce was in the car, until I checked a while ago. In box # 3!!!
Jesus told us to be prepared for his coming. I bet he was not thinking of me when he said this. 🙂
Did I go to some crazy extreme? Yes…….
But would I go to such a crazy extreme to prepare for Him to come as well?
While the neighbors think I am nuts, I am all too excited about the Lords’ return. He told us to be ready. He told us to have our lamps lit, and full of oil. Well, I am ready. You should see the back of my car! I have oil lamp back there too! ( being Funny here)
Jesus told us that the kingdom of heaven is like little children. They just believe what they are told, and they get all excited about things, and go to the extreme with childlike faith and enthusiasm. That is how He wants us to be also.
We may not have to stuff our cars, but we should be very excited in our preparations for His return. We should be on fire for Him, and not cold or lukewarm.