Hello, I am sorry that the world’s economy should be so unstable so that this situation has established. But this is the condition in the final days of how we live on earth. Money and financial matters are very hard and tight. The country has not reopened fully, and we are still enduring lockdown as people combat COVID-19. This directly connects to jobs and employment the governments have announced a stay-at-home policy for the entire earth. Going online what it the idiom Rob Peter to pay Paul:
What is the meaning of the proverb rob Peter to pay Paul?
Definition of rob Peter to pay Paul: to take money that was meant for one person or thing and use it to pay someone else or to pay for something else.
Is robbing Peter to pay Paul in the Bible?
Origin of Robbing Peter to Pay Paul
Both Peter and Paul were disciples of Jesus in the New Testament. One of the first uses of the phrase was in 1340 by John Wycliffe: How should God approve that you rob Peter and give this robbery to Paul in the name of Christ?
Where did the saying steal from Peter to pay Paul come from?
The origin comes from the Peter tax and the Paul tax: The expression refers to times before the Reformation when Church taxes had to be paid to St. Paul's church in London and to St. Peter's church in Rome; originally it referred to neglecting the Peter tax in order to have money to pay the Paul tax.
The Kingdom of God will resolve the worldwide economic situation and employment issues for the good of subjects chosen for the kingdom. When that time arrives, we will experience a new heaven and a new earth.