Never too late to appreciate the women in our life? Myself having the rare privilege of calling blessed many women that have nurtured me; in tears and toils, and turmoil. Mum, mama, Grandma, Great-grandma you are wonderful! My prayer is thanksgiving for every prayer, travail and labor. Thank you.
Rancid the smell of debilitating campaign buffoonery. How much longer will the dilapidation of the republic be subject to the continued abuse of its subjects? You consume a people for our own when worn faces and callous hands give girth to the wage bill extorted from the least of the least. Your power plays and tussles are not new, neither is the fate of every King opposed to true Majesty. Let the inauguration prepare you for a higher office in the courts of heaven and not the dungeons of despots. Pray God to fix you before He fixes things. Let not the banners of war overwhelm those banners of Love raised by the Lord of Hosts. Kenya belongs to God, His terms and conditions apply.
That One day when nations are gathered we might lived as One man. With a sure confidence, strength and resolve to honor the King who rules above all. Kenya you remain the springboard of revival in so much as you remain in heart and mind committed to God and Jesus Christ our Lord.
Pardon me? Absolve from payment, exempt from damages. Grant relief, yield to another. Excuse my offence. Let go. Release the grip, let loose the hold on sin; take up the mercies of God. Make me free!
That there is no more hope for our youth is a falsehood. That desperation is reaching astronomical heights will never surpass the love that reigns from the highest heavens. We have a choice to make; whether we will pursue or push aside the very heart of our youth.
Nothing so lofty as love seems to has failed so miserably in all the endeavors of mankind. The foundations of marriage and family are being eroded and blasted away by socio-economic and cultural trends that treasure tech over tradition. How I thank God for a fairy tale this past valentines, a reminder that it pays to wait and trust in God. A call to love as Christ loved and even gave himself; beloved, LOVE NEVER FAILS!
In lieu of the 2017 elections it is pertinent that we hear from those prisoners who gave life and limb hopeful that this nation might become a stronghold of freedom, a bastion for Pan-African thought and reality. Josiah Mwangi Kariuki is one such individual whose charisma, determination and service are well worth celebrating in a time so desperate for leaders who love people and love God.
To be drawn with cords of everlasting love, by kindness fastened into compassion's band. There is a secret service that is constrained by the ultimate expression of Calvary which holds captive the hearts of men. Have you known Him who is Love and will your service exude the rapturous worship that He alone deserves?
What are we fighting for? We seem to have no shortage of demonstrators and activists. Yet too little is directed towards building the very body politic and it organization under a single government. We seem to be independent tribes averse to nationhood. In this 3 part Mashujaa Day special we begin a three part commentary by looking back at the birth of Kenya and trace the mission for a Nation State.