Archive for July, 2008

An awesome awesome,awesome time!

Posted: July 20, 2008 in Uncategorized
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Things happened very fast ……testimony first my Uncle I have been praying for his problem of drinking [it was getting worse after divorce and he was about to commit suicide and loose his job ] but now goes to Church BUT seventh day Adventist for his former wife !!! its better though more prayer still needed , the second testimony my Atheist friend[ got worse after going for philosophical classes in Egerton University ] I had a time like 1 hour talking with him and giving testimonies of Gods doing in my life he was amazed.. lastly he said “ even a fool who denies God knows what he is denying “ glory to Christ

My family is doing fantastic they are all cool and I thank God ..grandma deep and passionate with God like never before …they are doing well

I have another testimony my family …even extended family is doing waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwww financially God has been so faithful to them all

I was given a chance to speak to them about investment they seem to have money but problem is using the money ….opposite of last two years were we were surviving by lending from banks and pple

Mmmhhhh I had a great time I went to Kikopey and enjoyed roasted goat and alvaro drinks and some cool music …and well I met  friends who made my day ….ha ha ha that’s story4another day including  young native  African Queen that made me almost forget everything and give up all for being with her……. King Solomon style ..he he am KIDING so piz no war ! guyz  

Well I dint pray much as I wanted …it was short prayer but DEEP well i engaged the spirit ….

Well my trip was awesome and I give God all the Glory and honor

I am planning to do video this week for those in Facebook u can see how my song have really been a blessing to many people even abroad  

The second song is still being mastered

I have missed prayerz for several weeks but hurray! Tomorrow and Tuesday am not that tight I will make time for the meeting

Love you guyz coz I feel loved and am really loved  so ma love overflows like river h ha ha ha ha you see you can only Give what you have and overflows …..

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DINING IN HELL

Posted: July 17, 2008 in Uncategorized
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Well people a time comes when a soldier is told ‘Spartans today we dine in Hell’ so is me I have been called on special assignment and will be dining in Hell for two days from Friday till Sunday so no appointments no calls I have turned everything down coz of that special assignment by His majesty Jehovah …now the devil has to fins a hiding place in Jesus name coz in the name and blood of Jesus am redeeming lives , dreams , visions and ministries that have been bound by the devils ..i cant wait to accompany Christ in this mission ….its a spiritual by the way not a physical thing and its through prayers for those who are wondering …WHAT THE HELL IS THIS!……….n-way I won’t say where ..and how but after I will explain if need be

Be blessed peoples

Remember Christ is coming so if your ways aren’t fine with Him please do so through repentance we aren’t perfect we keep trying not really trying but striving travailing ..amen that’s the word ..Travailing [sounds very spiritual]..by His grace we are being changed everyday

 

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Historian Philip Schaff described the overwhelming influence which Jesus had on subsequent history and culture of the world. “This Jesus of Nazareth, without money and arms, conquered more millions than Alexander, Caesar, Mohammed, and Napoleon; without science…he shed more light on things human and divine than all philosophers and scholars combined; without the eloquence of schools, he spoke such words of life as were never spoken before or since, and produced effects which lie beyond the reach of orator or poet; without writing a single line, he set more pens in motion, and furnished themes for more sermons, orations, discussions, learned volumes, works of art, and songs of praise than the whole army of great men of ancient and modern times.”

I reach Somalis /and whrrr else? Spain \chocolate

Posted: July 14, 2008 in Uncategorized
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Days are going very very nice , I am arranging for transportation of some Somali tracks and bible to Island in North Africa where we have Somali people there …. am so exited they were given by our brother Adamhajj may God bless you bro

Meanwhile am planning to print the CD s of the two songs and distribute them to the Radio Stations around and will be taking to TV station when I do the videos probably next week but one ..if God wills

I had a good Sunday yesterday ha ha ..i have everything its only time I lack but will create time mmmhhhhh what else…..well ..nothing much you know Mondays aren’t that great …so not exited ….the bible study on sato was waaaahhhhwww we had a taste of chocolates from Spain from one member who was there  ..ha ha ha I couldn’t help it but share with the beautiful Muslims girls.. my neighbors, there is one who loves chocolate too much every time she sees me going to shop ….’Lorens uniletee switi ‘ she calls Chocolate sweet haha

Le me see how this week gonna be …………………………………..

Mark Mittelberg says this is no time to jettison logic.

Interview by Stan Guthrie |

Mark Mittelberg is the author of Becoming a Contagious Church and coauthor, alongside Bill Hybels, of Becoming a Contagious Christian. His latest work is Choosing Your Faith: In a World of Spiritual Options (Tyndale, 2008). CT’s Stan Guthrie spoke with him.

Many books have been written about Christian apologetics. What’s different about this one?

It seems that we live in a world with increasing numbers of spiritual choices before us: religions, cults, sects, and secular viewpoints, including the New Atheism. The average person is thinking, I don’t know what to think about all of this stuff. How do I figure out if any of it’s true? Maybe I just won’t believe any faith. Well, we all have faith in something. But have we thought about it? Have we carefully weighed our options? Have we considered what criteria to use to figure out what’s true?

The first half of this book is about how to weigh the criteria, and I show six faith paths that people tend to travel on as they figure out what to believe. And I help people think about which of those paths are more reliable, and which are less reliable, so that they know what criteria to value in their journey.

Is your book for the informed secular person, or also for followers of other religious traditions, such as Muslims and Hindus?

Both. I’m not saying there aren’t exceptions, but most people—Christian and non-Christian—believe because Mom and Dad told them it’s true or because it was part of their culture growing up. I challenge them to test their traditions and think about this vitally important area more carefully.

How do cultural currents such as immigration and increasing pluralism affect your approach?

They increase the sense of confusion about what to believe. We’re in such a widely diverse, pluralistic culture today that kids go to school surrounded by all kinds of viewpoints and beliefs. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but we Christians need to think more carefully and to teach our kids more accurately about why the Christian faith makes sense, why we believe it’s true, and why we don’t believe the others are true.

How does postmodern thinking affect faith?

It depends on how people view and live out postmodernism. When they interpret that to mean that truth is subjective and relative, this is the first of the six faith paths I discuss in the book, the relativistic or pragmatic approach to choosing your faith. Now I don’t think everyone who claims to be a postmodern would interpret that the same way. But for those who do interpret it in a really relativistic fashion, I argue that that’s a dangerous approach. As in speed limits, what you eat, how you exercise, and what answer you put down on a test at school—in all these areas we have to deal with the real world. It’s not my truth or your truth. It’s whether I gave the right answer on the test. It’s whether I was going the speed limit. It’s whether I stepped out in front of that truck coming down the road. Those are all realities that do not change based on my beliefs. What you believe does not change what’s real—in the physical world or the spiritual world.

But if by postmodernism we’re talking methodologically about how to communicate the Christian faith in our culture today, I would certainly support telling the story through music, drama, movies, and novels. We should never limit ourselves to one mode of communication. But if all we do is tell stories and give the narrative and convey our faith in that way, there will always be a number of people who will say, “Well, that’s your story and that’s nice for you, but I have my story, and I like mine better.” We’ve always got to be ready to also say, “I don’t want to just compare beauty of stories or intensity of emotion or the sense of love or inclusiveness within our group, all of which are important. There’s also this deal about truth and reality and how we know what we need to consider in order to make wise decisions about faith.”

I would urge my fellow believers to not let go of one of the most important things God has given us: logic, evidence, old-fashioned apologetics, which Jesus often appealed to when he was questioned. He would say, “Don’t just listen to my words, but look at my works, look at my miracles, look at the fact that I am fulfilling the roles of the Messiah in the prophecies. Look to the fact that I will rise from the dead.” And then to Thomas the doubter, he said, “Look at the holes in my hands and in my side. Look at me; it’s Jesus.” Over and over he pointed to the facts, the evidence, as did the apostles and other writers of Scripture. I’m not saying it’s the only approach; I’m just saying it’s an important approach that we need to use well, which is why I present this kind of evidence in the second half of Choosing Your Faith. Young people and folks both inside and outside the church are asking these questions and need good answers.