On the 7th June 2017, during the Hour of Healing – 12:00 – 1:00 pm, the Lord instructed His team to “Pray for Devotion to duty for the people of the nation. They are concerned with their selfish gains” says the Lord.
“Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show by good conduct that his works are done in the meekness of wisdom. But if you have bitter envy and self-seeking in your hearts, do not boast and lie against the truth. This wisdom does not descend from above, but is earthly, sensual, and demonic. For where envy and self-seeking exist, confusion and every evil thing are there”. James 3:13-16.
Indeed the politics of the day is based on ‘bitter envy’ and self-seeking. The politicians boast and lie against the truth. There is no doubt that “confusion and every evil thing” abound in this nation.
This prayer for devotion to duty for all the people of this nation is being prayed fervently morning and evening.
The team is sharing this prayer to public spirited people truthful and exude godly sincerity. Join the team to pray this prayer until the people of the nation Ghana are established in devotion to duty.
Selflessness which characterized the efforts of our forebears at nation building have been replaced with selfishness and personal enrichment. Leaders rise up to high offices through empty rhetoric and pull-him down tactics. No doubt they surround themselves with cronies who do not have an iota of patriotism and love for the nation.
God is watching and the punishment is as sure as the night follows the day. Amen
Human Resource Practitioner As Instruments of Self – Seeking and Favoritism
Letters were sent out inviting people for recruitment interviews. Some received their invitation letters two weeks to the day of the interview. Others were called on telephone a day to the date of the interview. This unfortunate group have to find a way of forging their daily routines to attend such interview even without preparation. On the interview panel some interviewees have lawyers who will ensure that they are picked for the job. This is Ghana in the eyes of the Lord on the 8th June 2017.
Naturally, those who find their way into work places through favoritism cannot be devoted to their work. Those who recruited them have gagged themselves by their unjust actions.
SEX FOR RECRUITMENT/PROMOTIONS
From the 7th June 2017, when the Lord directed the Team to pray for devotion, today He continues to reveal unethical and immoral behaviors that war against devotion to duty.
On the 9th June 2017, beautiful young ladies were seen presenting application forms/letters to managers of companies and institutions with hands stretched towards the envelope. Managers were gleefully asking what the young ladies would offer in exchange for the jobs they were applying for.
Disgusting! Disgusting! Disgusting!
In a second dream of the night, what could go for sexual harassment was been practiced without remorse. Touching/tapping the buttocks of young ladies was openly done in the work-place. At one instance the manager attempted hugging a lady. When the lady moved backwards to avoid the man, he smiled at the lady and said promotion time is around the corner, you know? The nation is in a moral crises.
Join the team of the Lord’s messengers to pray that the word of God in Romans 6:12-13 should manifest in the lives of all such immoral men who have risen to high positions:-
“Sin must no longer rule in your mortal bodies, so that you obey the desires of your natural self. Nor must you surrender any part of yourselves to sin to be used for wicked purposes.
Government Vehicles – Misuse and fraudulent disposals
On the 28th June 2017 at exactly 12.26 am, a disheartening fate of a Government Vehicles was revealed.
The first scene was a play back of what was revealed earlier in the month. A government official pulled up in a 4 x 4 vehicle at a fuel filling station and filled this tank for a journey to Kumasi. The young man was on official duties with a driver. The driver branched in to a hotel where a young lady who was waiting at the entrance jumped into the vehicle and sat by the official on the back seat. The driver zoomed off. On arrival in Kumasi the driver refueled the vehicle. His boss who gave some money to the young lady was driven to an office where he alighted with some files and folders to begin work. Before moving to the office he audibly instructed the driver to send the girl to Tamale and return. The driver drove off. In Tamale the driver again refueled and drove back to meet his boss in Kumasi. From Kumasi to Accra the driver had to top up the fuel.
In all the three filling stations no money was paid. Receipts were collected; an indication that the young official would come back to make a claim. Alternatively the fuel filling station would raise a bill on the office in Accra for payment. Could the official not save the nation some money by putting the lady –girl friend/relative in a Government Transport bus/VIP bus to Tamale? The fuel, wear and tear could be saved.
Writing off and Auction of very Healthy Vehicles
On the same day, 28th June 2017 an angel of the Lord confronted the owner of a garage as to why two vehicles apparently in good running condition continue to remain at the workshop. “Big man bring the car here for general servicing. Me I finish one hour time but big man say make I keep the car here. 3 months catch the car for here” says the garage mechanic.
In the next scene the cars were labelled among other cars for auctioning.
The Fate of our Farmers
With so much talk and education making the rounds on Governmental program “Planting for Food and Jobs” the Most High God revealed the miserable condition of our farmers. An agriculturist/farmer who took to farming after the collapse of the Komenda Sugar Factory was shown in a very wretched condition. What was the challenge? The vagaries of the weather, outbreak of diseases in his poultry project and lack of credit facilities to start again conspired to virtually destroy this one hardworking farmer in his old age.
This revelation was in a dawn vision on Sunday 25th 2017.
On the 23rd June 2017, a young man was attracted to a fat juicy mangoes being sold by the roadside. He bought a basket full and went home. He washed the mangoes nicely and brought a knife and started cutting/slicing the first one into a plate. To his disgust around the seed was all rotten with maggots.
It is not surprising then that some, countries are rejecting some fruits from Ghana. It is a divine call to the Ministry of Agriculture and all Agriculture extension services to do what is needful to keep our fruits wholesome.