I had a dream from the LORD on night before Thursday 24th February 2022. In the dream, I walked into a church. I had arrived on time. The service had not yet started. In the dream, I was carrying in my arms my second born daughter, Ivanna. The church congregants had also arrived on time and were waiting for the worship team to start the service. I inclined my year to a conversation among some of the congregants. They kept comparing each other’s salaries and finances. In the dream I was disturbed by this conversation. I then walked to the front of the church and the worship began. The worship team was singing popular secular songs instead of singing worship songs to God. In the dream I was disturbed by this irreverent singing. I sat on a bench at the front. I saw Sunday school children sitting on the floor at the front of the church. My daughter, Ivanna saw the children and went to join them. Nobody was paying attention to the children. This too disturbed me in the dream. After the songs were done, the preacher of the day came to the front. He began his sermon. Just before he started, the other pastors of the church walked in. They walked in late, dressed smartly in their religious vestments. They walked to the front of the church and sat down looking busy and important. In the dream, their tardiness and their self-important look disturbed me. The preacher of the day continued his sermon. He brought four gold and white seats to the front. He began to speak about the 2022 Kenyan presidential election. This too disturbed me. The audience was very excited to hear the preacher talk about politics. They chimed in his talk and one woman shouted, “We want those politicians to come here and talk to us.” I then realised that the four gold and white chairs had been reserved for four politicians vying for presidency this year. This woman’s comment and the politicians’ special reserved chairs also greatly disturbed me. The rest of the church was seated on ordinary benches. I asked the LORD what all this meant.
He asked, “How many times were you disturbed in the vision?” I counted the disturbances. There were six times I was disturbed.
Firstly, by the congregants’ obsession with money.
Secondly, by the worship team’s irreverent singing.
Thirdly, by the neglected Sunday school children.
Fourthly, by the tardiness and self-importance of the clergy.
Fifthly, by the preacher’s humanistic sermon.
Sixthly, by the congregants’ exaltation of politicians.
The LORD said, “Six is the number of man. Judgement is coming to the sons of men in the church of Kenya on six counts.” He explained the six counts of judgement.
The first judgement against the Kenyan church is for the people’s love of money and the worship of the god Mammon. Matthew 15:8-9 This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me; in vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men. (ESV). The LORD calls the church to repent through 1 Timothy 6:9-10 and Hebrews 13:5.
The second judgement against the Kenyan church is for worldliness and irreverence in worship towards the LORD. Amos 5:23 Take away from me the noise of your songs; to the melody of your harps I will not listen. (ESV). The LORD calls the church to repent through 1 John 2:15-16.
Thirdly, the judgement against the Kenyan church is for neglecting the passing of the spiritual baton of biblical truth to the next generation of children. A generation of biblically illiterate children will soon take over Kenyan. God calls for a contending for the next generation and repentance through Isaiah 66:2.
Fourthly, the judgement against the Kenyan Church is towards his ministers who have become familiar with the LORD. They have forgotten their spiritual calling and have built for themselves towers or Babel through their perceived self-importance. They have treated their work like mere perfunctory jobs and have neglected the flock. The LORD calls for their repentance through Jeremiah 6:16.
Fifthly, another judgement is coming to church ministers who do not preach the Gospel but preach what tickles the ears of the congregants. The LORD calls for the intolerance of that woman called Jezebel (Revelation 2:20). He also calls for repentance through 2 Corinthians 11:4 and Galatians 1:8.
Sixthly, a final judgement to church congregants who have rejected the truth and shown partiality. They have given honour to mere men and not to God. James 2:1-7 My brothers, show no partiality as you hold the faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory. For if a man wearing a gold ring and fine clothing comes into your assembly, and a poor man in shabby clothing also comes in, and if you pay attention to the one who wears the fine clothing and say, “You sit here in a good place,” while you say to the poor man, “You stand over there,” or, “Sit down at my feet,” have you not then made distinctions among yourselves and become judges with evil thoughts? Listen, my beloved brothers, has not God chosen those who are poor in the world to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom, which he has promised to those who love him? But you have dishonored the poor man. Are not the rich the ones who oppress you, and the ones who drag you into court? Are they not the ones who blaspheme the honorable name by which you were called? (ESV). The LORD calls for repentance through Jeremiah 2:13.
This dream correlated with one that I had on the night before Tuesday 15th February 2022. This was the dream. A time of darkness and trial is coming for Christian families in Kenya. The enemy wants to sift families that have dedicated themselves to Jesus and bring division. In the dream, a darkness had covered the land. The Kenyan Christian families had solar lamps to shine in the dark. However, when the darkness came, it was found that many solar lamps in each home had not been charged and could not light up. He said the solar lamps represent the personal devotion of each family member who knows the LORD. The lamps are charged through personal prayer, personal time in the word and love for one another. The darkness will find some families with readily charged lamps. For these families the darkness will seem but a short phase. Some families will have a hard time in the darkness because their lamps will be dim or out. For these, the darkness will seem prolonged and very difficult. The dark period will also test the hearts of Christian family members. The goal of the enemy is to bring about grumbling, complaining and blaspheming. He called Christian husbands to implore their wives, children and hired workers who live in the home to seek the LORD. If the husbands are not walking with the LORD, the women are called to rise like Deborah and stand in the gap for their families. Intercede for the Christian families in Kenya 🇰🇪 This will be followed by a judgement on some Kenyan pastors who have desecrated the truth of God’s word and followed after their own fleshly desires and have become a stumbling block to their church members.