Friday, July 27, 2012

The Country needs serious prayers

The way things are now, it is high time we pray for Kenya seriously, but who will lead us through prayers when most of our Churches are like Fire Gospel Ministries led by rogue Pastors like pastor Michael Njoroge. We are truly in the last days as prophesied in the Bible, from the revelation of Nation Media this pastor is a true image of a false prophet. I still cannot fathom someone of his caliber being a regular customer of “Koinange” (street used by prostitutes) at night! To make matters worse he uses them to fake his miracles to attract more worshipers and make money through planting "seeds". Hell should have just started burning some people before they even die, his church should be renamed to Fire of Hell Ministries. It is no wonder things are just not going right in our Country because of greed.

Our politicians are not any better it is just that they are not in the category of the “holy” lot. They have distorted the new constitution and dragging its completion process that it is now totally different from the one majority of Kenya excitedly passed. We accepted when elections were moved from August because of the convenience, then instead of December to March 2013, but now they are planning to extend their stay to August 2013! This is not acceptable, this bunch of MPs who came in power in the name of reformers seem worse than those during President Moi error, this way Kenya is moving one step forward and two steps backward.

The common citizen is on their own like a dog under the table watching its master munching meaty parts of a whole chicken and waiting to eat the bones that will be thrown down. This is why the restless citizen gang up to form groups like Mombasa Republican Council (MRC) which is now feared can turn out to be like the outlawed Mungiki sect.

At least there is an option of turning to our Creator who understands and listens to us. Otherwise if there was no Creator the World would not have existed.

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