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5. Mountain of Waste.
Ezek. 38:8, “After many days thou shalt be visited; in the latter years thou shalt come into the land that is brought back from the sword, and is gathered out of many people, against the  mountains of Israel, which have been always waste: but it is brought forth out of the nations, and they shall dwell safely all of them.” Only progressive testimonies shall follow us wherever we operate this year and beyond in the name of Jesus Christ. I see a lot of mountain of waste in many African countries; most of these countries have cultures of waste. Wherever you find idolatry, you will find curse. One of the contradictions of idolatry is waste; you see people trying to display things under the name of culture and you will see a lot of waste that do not make any sense at all. When people die, they expend so much money to bury the dead, they expend so much on taking traditional titles, spend a lot of money during weddings. Almost all the occasions are turned into carnivals but at the end of the day, they will count their losses. It is indeed a culture of waste. There is a spirit called waste – waste of time, waste of resources, waste of life, waste of energy, waste of destiny and so on. There are wasters and there are emptiers; they ensure that the life of some people do not count for anything. The worst thing is to live and then have nothing to show for it. It is terrible. God is not wasteful. After Jesus performed the miracle of multiplication of bread and fish, he enjoined his disciples to ensure that nothing was wasted. The spirit of waste is a wicked spirit. I encourage you not to try to impress anyone. Be a prudent manager of the resources that God has entrusted to your care. This is one of the attributes of wisdom. Prudence is one of the seven pillars of wisdom.


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