To overcome a crisis, the bottom line is this: you need to cultivate godly management skills. I call them Kingdom Principles. In order for you to do that, you have to first embrace the kingdom concept. How do you do that? By changing your mindset. This is what our website www.kingdomcitizen.org is all about.
We, as humans, are the caretakers of the earth that God our Creator and Source gave us dominion over--put in charge. You will learn how to be a manager, and a caretaker, by paying attention to your King and Source. The more closely you walk with Him, the better. Remember what Paul stated in God's Constitution: Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. He also stated: Let us walk properly, as in the day, not in revelry and drunkenness, not in lewdness and lust, not in strife and envy.
The Lord of the heavens and earth cares so much for you, that He keeps leading you into His truth. He uses every crisis situation to advance His work in your life. In His care for you, He will correct and instruct you. Remember, the Creator will equip you so that you can please Him as you learn to manage your little corner of this planet earth. Keep in mind, becoming like Joesph, is being victorious over every crisis.
Remember, Joseph stayed close to God even when he found himself in a pagan culture where he didn't know the language. He always remained disciplined and careful. Unlike many of us, Joseph did not waste a nickel of his resources. He worked hard at whatever he was given to do. That did not change even when he was in the dungeon, completely out of his master's view and away from the public eye.
Joseph knew that his integrity and character were a priority with God, his Creator and Source.
Romans 6:4 Romans 13:13 Genesis 37-41 (Joseph's story)