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Yeah, things are thick. We will come through this. When and how is another matter altogether.
The areas where the bloodiest clashes are taking place are the most religious/conservative parts of the country.They count high church attendance every Sunday.R most of these people hypocrites?
Howevr, i have no doubt that prayer is one of the weapons that will see us through this crisis.
Ssem-I am probably one life's over optimistic peeps, lakini this situation from last Thursday when Kiuks started the revenge-game has got me worried
Pesa-tu, this is one for the theologians. Ati kitu 80% of Kenyans are Christians, yet we are in the top 10 of world's most corrupt; we can cave into our tribal origins at a moment's notice and then there this is whole situation.A funny story, one of my pals here is a church leader. Anyway, he is been organising prayers for Kenya. At every meeting he tells guys that the meeting is not a political one. As soon as he sits down up pops some guy, " we can not pray and not talk about this thief in statehouse!" and thus de-generated that meeting. Your hear of some of churches cursing the devil in statehouse. Others praying against the devil's encroachment into the same house...Without a doubt though. Its God and his mercy that will pull Kenya from the brink.
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