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The Brevity of Life The other reason why I am utterly remorseful about this is how fleeting time is. Incredible, I came to university slightly above a minor, a day to be exact. Today, I am 22. Where did all these years go? I have successes I could talk about, but who is there to…

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THE GREATEST REGRET OF COLLEGE LIFE A General`s story Two weeks ago, we – the finalists in the Christian Union met for a socializing session. While in groups of six in a roundtable, everybody was asked to say something about themselves. So we did. Ordinarily it goes like, “My name is Joemark Mureithi, am a…

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EXHORTATION TO SEXUAL PURITY Dear friend, I write to you as a fellow soldier against our common enemy, who needs neither description nor introduction. I’m certain of this because I know that no temptation has overtaken me except such as is common to man and that the same sufferings are experienced not only by you,…

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Psalm 105:15 is interesting. It says: “Touch not the Lord’s anointed nor do his prophets any harm” It’s a word of warning. Do not touch the Lord’s anointed. A pastor calling themselves anointed. How humble!! Who is anointed? Well recall what David, the sweet Psalmist and singer of Israel had to say. There he was,…

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“And in the midst of the seven candlesticks (speaking of the church and its entirety) one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps(chest) with a golden girdle. His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes…

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It’s a few weeks after Easter. A time like this, about two millennia ago, the disciples of Christ were in Jerusalem beholding a resurrected man. They had seen Lazarus after resurrection, a bundle from darkness, all wrapped up, complete with the stench of death. Jesus was a different kind of a resurrectee altogether. One who…

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I had this conversation with someone a couple of weeks ago. The normal, not-so-deep-after-service conversation. The one that starts with “Sema, uko poa? How’ve you been?” then is preceded by a , “Niko poa, na wewe??” Try answering a “Siko poa” one of these days. I have, once and the inquisitive party was thrown off…

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Download the Power Point Presentation here. Download the Word Document here.   Ethnicity: The Curse of Modern Day Kenya and a Challenge to Christian Mission Prof. Joseph Galgalo, A Paper Presented at the Shahidi forum – October 29th, 2016   Revelation 7:9-10 ESV – “After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no…

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The yeast of provocative adornment in the dough of womanhood I have countlessly heard from my jewel friends (lady friends) the phrase “I wish I was a guy” or “you guys don’t have complicated lives as we do”. In most cases, I react with a sheepish giggle and say something like “eh enyewe madem mnakuwaga…

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