Appropriate your funds and your supplies. The "journey" might just be longer.
Sound Judgement by the Spirit
We are all praying and believing that the #LockDown will end soon following a curtailing of the spread of the #Coronavirus, recovery of majority of people in the #isolation centres and hopefully no new confirmed cases. Another way for this to end soon is an immediate breakthrough in research where a vaccine is developed, mass produced in the shortest possible time and distributed globally in record time as well. With the current statistics, it is obvious is that we would not be free to move around in a world medically or scientifically confirmed to be rid of the COVID-19 in another 2 weeks.
All these is to say, you need to be more prudent while you #StayHome. I know there are giveaways here and there, Churches and other charity organisations are giving food items and relief materials, do not waste it or eat all your reserve up like there is no tomorrow. Cut down all unnecessary spending. Yes, your data usage might have increased but ensure a lot of it is going to productive work or personal development/skill acquisition. Ensure that your judgment in all #spending is sound. Be led by the #HolySpirit.
And whenever you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear this command behind you: “This is the way. Walk in it.” Isaiah 30:21 (HCSB)
Sometimes, free is your best option
Don’t just sign up and pay for all #online #courses and webinars that sound interesting to you as well, give it proper thoughts. Consider a number of the free options too. Appropriate your funds and also your food supply. Some people are making more money during this period than they use to. And for some, their income is not exactly affected, whichever category you fall into, save up for post COVID-19 days.
After the lock down, it will definitely take a while for things to return to #normal. In fact life as we knew it might never be the same again. Don’t be wasteful.
Prudence is a fountain of life to the prudent, but folly brings punishment to fools. Proverbs 16:22 (NIV)
It is noteworthy to see that folly is used as a reverse for prudence. So be prudent, be wise!