Population: 45,010,056 (July 2014 est.) - Note: estimates take into account the effects of excess mortality due to AIDS
Ethnic groups: Kikuyu 22%, Luhya 14%, Luo 13%, Kalenjin 12%, Kamba 11%, Kisii 6%, Meru 6%, other African 15%,
non-African (Asian, European, and Arab) 1%
Religions: Christian 82.5% (Protestant 47.4%, Catholic 23.3%, other 11.8%), Muslim 11.1%, Traditionalists 1.6%, other 1.7%,
none 2.4%, unspecified 0.7% (2009 census)
God gave Dr. Jonathan Hansen a word of prophecy for Kenya on June 4 and June 18, 1992:
My name is Jonathan Hansen. I am an ordained minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. On June 4th and 18th, 1992, the Lord woke me up out of my sleep and gave me a message for the nation of Kenya:
The reason why the nation of Kenya is in trouble today is because most of the professing "Christians" have the knowledge of the word of God, but they do not have a relationship with God. They, like Lucifer, Adam, and Cain, have rejected the known ways of God and have brought on the consequences for their disobedience. The pastors/leaders of most of the churches in Kenya are in reality serving themselves, not Jesus Christ. Instead of teaching the people the ways of God, they are teaching the people by their own testimonies, both in the preaching and personal lifestyle, to rebel against the teachings of the Bible. Today's church leaders are not instructing the people to obey the Holy Scriptures or to pray for the President and bring about peaceful change in a Godly manner. Instead, they are going directly against the Bible and speaking words of slander, strife, discord, rebellion and anarchy. People are plotting revolt, curse and openly malign maliciously. They criticize the President because pastors are in sin and serving themselves in the name of Christ.
Many, many people today who call themselves Christians no longer help preserve the nation. They lie, cheat, steal, fornicate, commit adultery, have abortions, live in homosexuality, slander, curse, gossip and commit every sort of evil and uncleanness that the heart can imagine. The "Christians" today say, "Praise the Lord," shake your hand (like Judas kissing Jesus), then stab you in the back by accusing you falsely. They are filled with jealousy, bitterness, selfishness and guilt. Today's professing "Christians" in Kenya have broken and are breaking the laws of God, and are about fit for nothing but the "dunghill." (READ Luke 14:34)
Because of rejecting the truth/knowledge of the Word of God into one's heart so a relationship is developed (the "born again" beginning with an ongoing relationship), Isaiah 59:12-13 is quickly coming to pass; "For our transgressions are multiplied before Thee, and our sins testify against us: for our transgressions are with us; and our iniquities we know them; in transgressing and lying against the Lord, and departing away from our God, speaking oppression and revolt, conceiving and uttering from the heart words of falsehood."
THE WORD FROM THE LORD IS THIS TO CHRISTIANS IN KENYA!
1. God is going to judge this nation.
2. A spirit of rebellion is sweeping the nation followed by fighting.
3. A spirit of drought is sweeping the nation followed by famine.
4. A spirit of Islam is sweeping the nation followed by riots.
5. Finally, if the Christians, and especially the pastors of this nation, do not repent of their hypocrisy and start to develop a relationship with God, then the Christians will lose their religious freedom.
Church people who call themselves Christian:
If you fear God, you must have change of heart and develop a true relationship with Him. You must be "born again." If you fail to hearken to this WARNING, there will be fighting, even family against family. There will be famine, you will be persecuted by another religious group, the nation will lose its religious freedom, and the nation will not fully recover until Jesus returns.
Message to Church Leaders and Believers in Kenya
THERE IS HOPE!
This prophecy is literally being fulfilled right in front of our eyes.
But, "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land." (2 Chron. 7:14)
If your heart is not pure, then repent, before all is fulfilled and you lose your religious freedom!
This prophecy was recorded in June 1992 and given to church leaders at that time.
On July 20, 1995 at 0606am, Dr. Hansen gave a prophetic word to President Daniel arap Moi personally
On February 14, 1996 at 0615am, Dr. Hansen gave a prophetic word to President Daniel arap Moi concerning the Kanu Government
On February 19, 1996, Rev. Hansen's letter to President Daniel arap Moi regarding Kenya and his Cabinet:
Click here to view original letter: Letter to President Moi
1997 Kenya Presidential Election Prophecy
On Friday, April 11, 1997, the Lord gave Rev. Hansen this prophecy concerning the coming elections for the presidency and the future of Kenya:
PRESIDENT MOI WILL BE ELECTED FOR A 2nd TERM, BUT WITHIN FIVE YEARS AFTER PRESIDENT MOI TAKES OFFICE, HE WILL DIE AND HIS GOVERNMENT WILL GO BY FORCE, IF THERE IS NOT A GENUINE REPENTANCE THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT OR BY THE PEOPLE!
IF THE PEOPLE OF KENYA, OR THE GOVERNMENT, OR PRESIDENT MOI DOES NOT REPENT AND TRULY HAVE A GENUINE REVIVAL, THEN WITHIN 5 YEARS AFTER THE ELECTION ON 29 DEC. 1997, PRESIDENT MOI WILL FIRST DIE THEN THE GOVERNMENT WILL GO BY FORCE.
People of Kenya and people around the world know this; that the only hope for Kenya is either for a genuine spiritual revival where the majority of the people truly repent (change their behavior) from serving themselves in the name of God and in actuality serve the living God, and his name is Jesus. One must now start to follow the Scriptures (Protestant Bible). This alone can stop the nation from going into rebellion and death. Either the people within Kenya must repent of their self-serving lifestyle of living for self and call out for mercy as the people of Nineveh did in Jonah's time; or the people within the government must call out for repentance and mercy leading the nation into seeking God for forgiveness; or the nation will go into fighting. The government will go by force within five years after these elections on 29 Dec. 1997.
This was documented on April 11, 1997 and sent to leaders at that time.
President Moi's Re-election Prophesied
Dr. Hansen sent prophetic faxes to President Daniel arap Moi on November 16, 1996, July 14, 1997, July 23, 1997, October 13, 19, 24, and 28 in 1997
Kenya Prophecy Update:
On December 29, 2002 President Moi's KANU party candidate, Uhuru Kenyetta, lost the presidential election to the NARC party candidate, Mwai Kibaki. President Moi's KANU party was forced out of government leadership of the nation by vote and the government of Kenya is led by President Mwai Kibaki. In August 2002, Reinhard Bonnke held a crusade in Kisumu, Kenya, in which hundreds of thousands were saved.
On December 27, 2002 It was reported by the The Christian Science Monitor that President Moi publicly asked for forgiveness from his nation for his wrongdoings and made it clear that he would relinquish his power peacefully. This report is extremely important in understanding why President Moi lived. It was because he humbled himself and publicly asked for forgiveness. If President Moi would have tried to keep his KANU party in the presidential office, even though the votes sided with President Kibaki, many people would have died. President Moi claims to be a born-again Christian and the nation is grateful for the actions he took. In fact, BBC News (pdf) reported that President Moi was and is a devout Christian and planned to take up preaching in his retirement.
The decision President Moi was faced with was very similar to the decision Pharaoh of Egypt was faced with. Both of them had to let go. Out of humility President Moi let go, but out of hardness of heart Pharaoh did not let go and it cost him his life. It should be reiterated that President Moi had a born-again experience at some point, which influenced his decision in the 2002 election.
History of Kenya:
In the 8th century, Arab seafarers established settlements along the coast. The Portuguese took control of the area when Dom Francisco de Almeida arrived in 1505 with 23 ships and approximately 1500 soldiers. More than 40 ethnic groups reside in Kenya. Its largest group, the Kikuyu, migrated to the region at the beginning of the 18th century.
The land became a British protectorate in 1890 and a Crown colony in 1920, called British East Africa. In 1952, the Mau Mau movement, rebelled against the government. The fighting lasted until 1956.
Kenya achieved full independence on December 12, 1963. Jomo Kenyatta, a nationalist leader during the fight to win independence who had been jailed by the British, was the nation's first president.
From 1964 to 1992, the country was ruled as a one-party state by the Kenya African National Union (KANU) under Kenyatta until his death in 1978, and then under Daniel arap Moi. Demonstrations and riots put pressure on Moi to allow multi-party elections in 1992.
In the 1990's, Kenya's infrastructure began disintegrating. In early 1995, President Moi moved against the opposition and ordered the arrest of anyone who insulted him. The opposition failed to dislodge KANU from power in elections in 1992 and 1997, which were marred by violence and fraud.
A series of disasters plagued Kenya in 1997 and 1998. There was severe flooding, epidemics of malaria and cholera, and ethnic clashes erupted between the Kikuyu and Kalenjin tribes in the Rift Valley. On August 7, 1998, the U.S. embassy in Nairobi was bombed by terrorists.
President Moi appointed his high-profile political opponent, Richard Leakey, son of paleontologists Louis and Mary Leakey, as head of the civil service in 1999. He had been the head of the Kenya Wildlife Service. After 20 months, Leakey was sacked by Moi.
President Moi stepped down in December 2002. Mwai Kibaki, running as the candidate of the opposition group, the National Rainbow Coalition (NARC), defeated KANU candidate Uhuru Kenyatta and assumed the presidency following the December 2002 presidential election. Kibaki promised to put an end to the country's rampant corruption.
By 2004, disappointment in Kibaki set in with the lack of progress. A new constitution meant to limit the president's power still had not been delivered. Kibaki's anti-corruption minister, John Githongo, resigned in February 2005, frustrated that he was prevented from investigating a number of scandals. In July 2005, Parliament approved a draft of a constitution, but voters rejected it in December because it expanded the president's powers.
A drought ravaged Kenya, and by January 2006, 2.5 million Kenyans faced starvation.
Kenya descended into chaos following the December 2007 presidential election. Preliminary results had opposition candidate Raila Odinga, of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), defeating Kibaki. In the days after the election, Odinga's lead dwindled and Kenya's electoral commission declared Kibaki the winner. Odinga charged the vote was rigged. Violence broke out among members of the Luo and Kikuyu tribes. Odinga is Luo and Kibaki is Kikuyu. Odinga refused Kibaki's invitation to discuss the political crisis after Kibaki appointed his cabinet, which did not include any members of Odinga's Orange Democratic Party.
Parliament did elect Kenneth Marende, of the Orange Democratic Party, as speaker. In January 2008, Melitus Mugabe Were, a member of Parliament, was dragged from his car and shot. Members of the opposition said the killing was a political assassination.
By February 2008, more than 1,000 people had died in the ethnic violence. Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan met with representatives from the government and the opposition in an attempt to resolve the crisis. The government and the opposition agreed on a power-sharing deal with Odinga filling the newly created position of prime minister. Kibaki announced a national unity cabinet in April and Odinga was named prime minister.
Despite international pressure, Kenyan parliament voted against a bill in February 2009 to establish a special tribunal to investigate the post-election violence. In November 2009, the International Criminal Court announced that it would launch a formal investigation to determine if crimes against humanity had been committed in the violence.
On August 4, 2010, a new constitution passed by a wide margin. The new constitution included a bill of rights and transferred more power to local governments. The new constitution went into effect on August 27, 2010.
On October 16, 2011, Kenya sent several hundred troops into battle against the Shabab militant group. Helicopters bombed Shabab bases. The Shabab, an insurgent group, has killed scores of civilians, carried out numerous suicide bomb missions and sworn their allegiance to Al-Qaeda. The Kenyan government blamed the Shabab for a series of kidnappings in Kenya.
In January 2012, four Kenyans were ordered to stand trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The men were charged with crimes against humanity for their roles in the violence that erupted after the disputed 2007 elections. One of the defendants was Uhuru Kenyatta, the son of Kenya's first president. Former education minister and Kenyatta's political rival, William Ruto, was also charged. Radio executive Joshua arap Sang and cabinet secretary Francis Muthaura were the other two charged.
In September 2012, several hundred Kenyan troops took over Somalia's port city of Kismayu. The incursion followed several weeks of air and naval assaults by Kenya on key Al-Shabab positions in Kismayu.
In the 2013 presidential election, Uhuru Kenyatta, the son of Kenya's first president, narrowly defeated Prime Minister Odinga. Kenyatta assumed office on April 9, 2013. William Ruto was sworn in as deputy president.
William Ruto pleaded not guilty to charges of crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in early September 2013. Days before Ruto appeared at the ICC, parliament voted to withdraw from the court.
Al-Shabab militants attacked the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, beginning on September 21, 2013. The siege lasted four days and was meticulously planned. Al-Shabab claimed the attack was in retaliation for the Kenyan military's presence in Somalia.
In December 2013, the prosecution in the International Criminal Court case against President Kenyatta asked for adjournment because of the loss of two key witnesses. One witness gave false evidence and another was no longer willing to testify.
Kenya Benevolence Outreach & Mission Trips
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Kenya Mission Trip - 2013
Kenya Mission Trip - 2012
Kenya Benevolence - 2012
Kenya Mission Trip - 2011
Kenya Dental Project 2010
Benevolence Ministry Update 2009
Kenya Dental Project 2009
World Ministries International Reach Out to Kenya
June 2009 Update: Reaching Out to Leaders in Kenya
WMI Kenya Trip February 2008
Dr. Hansen prays for the Vice President of Kenya, travels to war zones, and visits displacement camps
JANUARY BENEVOLENCE 2008 UPDATE:
Dental Clinics in Kenya Progressing Forward
October 2007 Mission Trip to Kenya
2007 Kenya Mission Work Progressing Forward
Kenya Mission Update & Dental Clinics - April 15, 2007
The Kenya Benevolence Ministry of WMI - Jan. 16, 2007
Immediate Need in Kenya for Dental Clinics
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The following are some Scriptures that deal with end-time events. All prophecies concerning the nations are leading up to fulfillment of end-time judgments (events).
Ezekiel chapters 38 & 39
Zechariah 13: 8-9
Zechariah 14: 1-16
Daniel chapters 2, 4, 7-12
Matthew 24: 1-51
Mark 13: 1-37
Luke 21: 6-38
The book of Revelation
The book of Joel
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