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2 Chronicles 7:11-13 {vs14 If My people who are called……}

I am preparing you for the direction ahead of Ghanamindset this year. God keep telling me to write and I have been writing and it does not matter to me how many people want to read what I write. However, I am faced with a challenge, how many Ghanaians like reading? If we were to conduct a survey, it would not be surprising that the readership in Ghana would not be more than 15% of the population. Even this figure I would be too generous. We live in a pathetic society where the only means of reaching the Ghanaian is through Radio, which means of the five senses of the faculties of SIGHT,SMELL,HEARING,TASTE and TOUCH, the dominant senses used in Ghana is Hearing. Which tells me that to achieve any life goal in Ghana, one must spend a lot of resources on the sense of hearing. That being the dominant senses, our society open itself up for abuse because it become a minefield for unscrupulous people and especially politicians to use the medium of radio to pump a lot of lies and propaganda to win our attention.

In coming weeks, as we get ready to pray for Ghana our PRAYER Text is:

2 Chronocles 7: 11-14 and the emphasises is on verse 14.

What has happened in this text?

Solomon has built and dedicated the temple his father David had wanted to build for God. Remember that God had told David that he would not allow him to build any temple for him because he had caused a lot of bloodshed. However, David made all the necessary provisions ready for Solomon to build the TEMPLE and he had now completed the building and had invited add Israelites wide snd near to come down to Jerusalem for the opening and the dedication of the Temple. On this day of opening and dedication to the LORD the new built temple, reading from verses 12 -13, ” God is satisfied with what Solomon had done so in verse 12b, God speaking: ” I have heard your prayer and have chosen this place for myself as a temple for sacrifices” Verse 13 ” When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain,or command locusts to devour the land or send a plague among my people….verse 14…If my people, who called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and SEEK my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven,and I will FORGIVE their sin and will heal their land.

How is the Verse 14 applicable to Ghana?

Our lack of care and concern for others

Our attitudes towards state property and assets

Our attitudes towards laid down rules and regulations, generally throughout Ghana.

Our sense of disloyalty, dissipation, pilfering of national assets and property

Our high propensity for CORRUPTION of all forms

Disrespect for state institutions

Destroying Our Rivers,Streams, Forests and our LANDS, giving preference to FOREIGNERS to destroy even FOREST RESERVES,

Allowing Foreigners to LOOT our gold and others resources only for us to go back to them to BORROW from them for our developmeantal agenda.

Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo’s Car manufacturing industry not giving the same prominence we give to Toyota, Nissan, VW and other motor manufacturing industries in Ghana. Any serious nation, preaching “Ghana without Aid” would aim at encouraging Ghanaians to buy made in Ghana goods. Japan,South Korea,Malaysia, Singapore, India and even China, all restricted its citizens to buy indigenous or home made products.

If Ghana beyond Aid means we shall produce and THROW them away and IMPORT from abroad, then where are we going. It is time to call on the LORD to reengineer our MINDSET. 1642 mindset does not fit the 21st,2021 MINDSET, Ghana wake up.

Started Ghanamindset in 2011 purposely to help our Ghanaian society have a better view of appreciating that mediocrity has never built and develop any nation. We have this layback attitude that we always think,when something is going wrong, " I am not responsible to fix it". There are many instances that we could have applied common sense to tackle a situation but our laissez-faire attitude would let us walk past unconcerned. Born and educated in Ghana in 1952 and currently living in the UK.

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