Orlando, Florida - Davonte Fennell, a renowned preacher, and speaker has recently gained attention on social media with his advice on financial stability during an economic depression.
Through his tweets, Fennell has urged the public to prioritize their spending and live below their means to have a greater chance of surviving tough economic times.
In a recent interview, Fennell expressed his concern over people continuing to spend money they don't have, in order to satisfy their desires. He emphasized the importance of saving money to survive upcoming events and not relying on the government, which he believes is corrupt.
"We are definitely living in the end times with everything going on," said Fennell, "but I strongly advise listeners to prepare and think about the kids before anything else."
Fennell also stressed the importance of being frugal and not financing expensive things without having the money in the bank to pay for them upfront. He believes that money spent on financing new cars and other items could be saved for emergency expenses or the children's future.
"People need to learn how to be more frugal and live below their means," said Fennell. "Having money taken out of the bank each month for a car that might lose value soon is a very unwise financial move to make."
Fennell's valuable advice on financial stability during tough economic times can be found on his Twitter page at twitter.com/vonandvanna
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