Energy

Lights, cell phone, laptop, radio . . . what do they have in common?

They require energy to operate.

We’ve all witnessed the aftermath from the devastation that happens in a disaster situation or when power grids have been hacked. When the power goes out, everything shuts down. Because of this, it just makes sense to add a solar charger power bank to your list of needs. Though, it is certainly nothing comparable to being able to plug in, flip a switch, or push a button to receive a wealth of “endless” power, it will help to manage your family through the storms more seamlessly. Let’s face it, we still have a job to do. We must endure.

#Testimony

One night, a few years ago, out of nowhere, our power went out. It wasn’t raining, there were no gusty winds or howling, there was no sign of thunderstorms-nothing. The power just went out. Needless to say, my family and I were all shocked. How did we go from chillaxin’ to sitting in the dark! I had candles and a few flashlights, but they were packed away and I needed light to find them. It was pitch dark in the house. BUT! Praise Yah he gave hubby the wisdom to go outside and gather the solar lights that aligned our lawn, so we would have light to see! Praaaise to our Yah for his infinite wisdom!

*Alternative energy sources like solar powered devices should not be overlooked. They soak up the sun and provide power (energy), encourages thinking green, living responsibly, and honoring this place the Most High has given. View list of solar-powered products.*

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