Sticking with Prophet Maged’s 2007 prophecy giving Kenya a 10 year grace period, http://winnermanconsult.blogspot.co.ke/2016/08/introduction-gotten-from-website-of.html I found this curious sentence.
“I have loved Kenya, and the blood of its saints who were martyred is still screaming in my ears.” EAK website; 100 Days of Prayer, Pg 5 Para 1
It was immediately obvious to me that the words were translated from Genesis 4:10 And He said, what have you done? The voice of your brother's blood cries out to Me from the ground.
The curiosity though was not the similarity of phraseology it was rather in my consideration of just how many Kenyans had spilt their brother’s blood, so much so for it to warrant a mention in divine discourse on our national agenda.
Surely I imagined that number of conniving relatives cannot be so high and despite the many contentious relationships in “family-dom” the pronouncement really seemed to me to be out of place. But trust God to say what He means and mean what He says. As I continued to ponder on the matter I decided to list just how we Kenyans shed each other’s blood and shockingly I found 14 different ways so far. What’s more we have spilt it every day, all day long; through extra judicial killings by government, the many abortions being done, the many violent crimes continuously being committed, in our corporation with terrorists to kill many innocent people, in violence driven by tribal politics and hate, in the prevalent domestic violence in our homes, in most of our hospitals as medical staff chase after money, in traditional activities like cattle rustling & FGM, thro fatal neglect of the poor, weak or vulnerable amongst us, in sale of deadly products like 2nd generation liquor and hard drugs that have slaughtered so many, thro irresponsible behavior and driving on our roads, by encouraging and allowing reckless conduct like smoking, abuse of alcohol or sex and in occultism or witchcraft.
Shocking? Indeed very disturbing but still not as worrying as when it occurred to me that all Kenyans, you and me included have participated in one or more of these things. Oh Save It! Have you partaken of the fruits of corruption giving, taking or benefiting? Well then you have spilt a saint’s blood. Yes! Your participation has encouraged others to neglect the life saving activities they were charged with in their duties as they lusted after shameful gains. If not then your actions encouraged dangerous people to continue in their deadly ways so they can be “blessed” just like you and knowing they can always buy their way out if they were caught.
The blood that was spilt as a direct or indirect result of the above, when it cries, it screams also because of the part you played in a saint’s death. In modern legal parlance you may be called an accomplice to murder. Now get shocked properly in God’s eyes unless we repent we all are no better than Cain whether you actually lifted the weapon or just contributed to the spilling, so when God says repent and turn from your wicked ways you would do good to take that He means, “You”, reading this and not just for cheating in your exams! Thank God for His Mercies.