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Survive The Coming Storm - Ebola Crisis: A Prepper's Guide on How To Prepare For A Killer Global Ebola Pandemic and Treat At Home Paperback – October 14, 2014
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Ray & Tracye Gano are the Executive Directors of the web ministries Prophezine and The Servant Warrior. They serve people world wide with a weekly newsletters, daily news updates, community based website, Internet radio shows and You Tube broadcasts. Ray recently released his book "Survive The Coming Storm - Ebola Crisis, a follow up to the best seller "Survive The Coming Storm - The Value of a Preparedness Lifestyle. You can visit his website - Prophezine - by going to http://www.prophezine.com
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Gano is the publisher of Prophezine, the respected Bible prophecy site that has provided credible information about Bible prophecy for nearly two decades. He and his family have studied and practiced emergency preparation techniques and provide supplies for such events as a means of supporting the ministry of his website.
Jesus warned that one of the dreadful aspects of the End Times will be plagues:
For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. – Matthew 24:7-8
Gano is careful to say that the Ebola plague might not reach the catastrophic level of past plagues. He is hopeful that it can be stopped before it reaches its dreadful potential, but at present there is no cure, and approximately 50% of those who contract the virus die. It could easily reach the point that hospitals will be overrun with dying patients and people will have to deal with their own family’s crisis without professional help.
That is why he gives detailed instructions about how to set up a quarantined patients’ room and a “clean room” in one’s own home and how to provide basic aid, such as keeping the sick hydrated as they fight the virus. Extensive preparations will be necessary to keep others in the family from being exposed to the fast-spreading disease.
The book helps us realize that least we can do is understand this threat and know what can be done now to save the lives of our own families if Ebola explodes into a full-blown plague.