If a natural disaster strikes your area, are you prepared? Earthquakes, hurricanes, forest fires, and floods can occur suddenly and be very destructive. In addition, terrorist attacks, unrest, and epidemics can occur anywhere and without warning. (Ec 9:11) We should not assume that such events will never occur where we live.
Each of us must take reasonable steps to prepare for a disaster. (Pr 22:3) Although Jehovah’s organization provides a measure of assistance in times of disaster, this does not mean that we have no personal responsibility.—Ga 6:5, ftn.
WATCH THE VIDEO ARE YOU PREPARED FOR A NATURAL DISASTER? AND THEN ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
How can we prepare spiritually for a disaster?
Why is it important to . . .
• maintain good communication with the elders before, during, and after a disaster?
• prepare an emergency kit?—g17.5 6
• review the types of disasters that might happen and what to do in each situation?
What are three ways we can help others when they experience a disaster?