Survival Kit

Contributor: cooldesign

Contributor: cooldesign

Ladies, may I show you what I have in my survival kit. This survival kit goes with me wherever I go. Forget the make up, the lipstick, my credit cards, or even, yes, even my cell phone. This survival kit is what I need to get through some of my work days. I always have it ready so I can take it with me when I go for walks with the baby in the stroller or my 5th grader wanting to ride his bike 4 blocks to play ball in the park. It is needed to be a blessing to my husband, or mom, or grandma and on goes my list.  This survival kit goes every where with me.

I use the contents daily. I replenish the survival kit before I go to bed each night so it will be ready for the next day. I use the items mostly with my family in mind, but I do have extra on hand to use for a friend, a church member, a neighbor or relative. Really, using these items refresh me personally to face any day with any circumstances or issues I may face, I like to call my kit, the survival kit for moms.

Knowing that the Bible is our ultimate guide on how to raise our families, here are some additional fun things I like to put in my survival kit:

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1. Almond Joy:    Take one daily so you can share joy with family and friends.

 

 

 

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2. Mounds:          This is a must for all moms. You will need “mounds” of encouragement and love to share with your children, husband, co-worker, neighbor and friends through out your day.

 

 

 

 

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3. Batteries:         Moms, get charged up; because you will need to keep going and going and going.

 

 

 

 

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4. Clock:              Yes, you need to take time for your family and don’t forget to take time for yourself.  There will always be laundry, dishes, vacuuming, dusting, and mopping, so make sure you take time for what really matters.

 

 

 

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5. Tea bag:         Take time to relax. Your family needs you. So take time for yourself, regroup, pray, read God’s Word, and read good encouraging Christian books. Refresh, so you can be all you can be for God and your precious family.

 

 

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6. Candle:           Keep your light shining. You are hope for everyone you come in contact with. Christ is your light, so read God’s Word, keep His word in your heart, and let your light shine.

Prepare your survival kit today!! 🙂

Enjoy every day, because God’s encouragement for us and promise is Philippians 4:13

“I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me!”

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