Thursday, February 25, 2010

The 'Dead Will Wake Up' Mission - Kenya

February 22, 2010 on Kenya Citizen TV
In a bizarre incident faithful of the believers of kingdom seekers fellowship church in Nakuru are for the third day engaged in unending prayers for the resurrection of two leaders of the church who died in a road accident last Tuesday. The church overseer William Kimani has been categorical that the country is on the verge of great revival and there is still hope that the leaders will rise from the dead. However he says that if they will not have resurrected by Thursday, then they will be laid to rest at Nakuru north public cemetery.
(Thanks Sangura)


  1. now that is really fucked up

  2. I don't know...something tells me you can't ask God to expedite these things. I mean, Jesus was the Son so of course he got special treatment. Some random religious leader probably isn't on the same level. So, I'm thinking even 2 weeks is just not long enough for a resurrection. I say give it another month and see what happens.



  3. <span>I don't know what's wrong with you people, you can't hunt down and kill fags all day long! It's hot in Africa! You have to take breaks for a singing, dancing zombie resurrection party at least once a day or you could get dangerously dehydrated.</span>

  4. Darabos Edvárd KonrádFebruary 26, 2010 at 4:07 AM

    What do you want from God? To change his divine plan because you want it? On the oter side, if the divine plan contains the resurrection of the two fellas than why the fuck do you bother praying? It will be done anyway. (freely after George Carlin)

  5. "I believe in the power of resurrection" is something that you say AFTER you've managed to get those corpses to rise from the dead - not before.

  6. Sadly this just demonstrates again how fervently we can delude ourselves.

    "Good" people, believing and worshipping a "Good" God, asking "their father" for something they believe he has the power to grant. Such a shame that their "leap of faith" so often prevents them from later taking a "leap of sanity" when their god fails them.

  7. <p><span>RE: "I believe in the power of resurrection"</span>
    </p><p><span> </span>
    </p><p><span>Not quite, dear believer.</span>
    </p><p><span>To witness the power of resurrection you must believe in our almighty creator at first. Because only him is powerful enough to resurrect the people from the death.</span>
    </p><p><span>He did it to his beloved son and he did this to many others ( the best proven fact - hundreds of dead people walking again the streets of Jerusalem after Christ death).</span>
    </p><p><span>If they, the God loving people of Kenya, will pray sincere enough for the resurrection of their loved ones - they ( the corpses) will be again among us, passing on us their great intelligence, and knowledge and offering their immense humanity.</span>
    </p><p><span>And then, after the resurrection - you must drop on your knees, lay face down in the divine dirt of the earth and whisper your thanks and keep begging for mercy of the one who loves us. Unconditionally. Flagging yourself would also be a nice gift for god after witnessing his mercy. </span>
    </p><p><span>And, that is the power of god.</span>
    </p><p><span> </span>
    </p><p><span>Peace be with you, god loving people of America.</span></p>

  8. I am itching to find out what the excuse will be after Thursday to rationalize why they don't come back from the dead.

  9. it's a kind of turn away and smile thing