WONDERFUL FACTS ABOUT YOUR BIBLE

DID YOU KNOW??
Q1: What is the shortest chapter in the Bible?
A: Psalm 117
Q2: What is the longest chapter in the Bible?
A: Psalm 119
Q3: Which chapter is in the centre of the
Bible?
A: Psalm 118
4-Facts: There are 594 chapters before Psalms
118.
5-There are 594 chapters after Psalms 118.
Add these numbers up and you get 1188.
Q6: What is the centre verse in the Bible?
A: Psalm 118:8
Does this verse say something significant
about God’s perfect will for our lives?
The next time someone says they would like
to find God’s perfect will for their lives and
that they want to be in the centre of His will,
just send them to the centre of His Word!
Psalms 118:8 (NKJV) says
“It is better to trust in the LORD than to put
confidence in man.”

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MUZINA by TABU LEY.. IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, son, Holy Spirit

MUZINA by TABU LEY
Muzinaaaa
In the name of…..
Muzina di tata, e di mwana, e di mpeve santu
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Muzina di tata nzambe oooh, muzina
In the name of God the Father, in the name of….
Babotama, bazala, bakufa, balamuka, basekwa ah ah
People are born, they exist, they die, they wake up, they resurrect from the dead ah ah
Basumuki baboya nzambe batala ye mpamba ntango ya bisengo oh oh
Sinners have rejected God, they neglect him in good times
Kasi nkombo ya nzambe ezali ya makasi boboto ya yahwe ya nkembo, bakolimbisa bango
But the name of God is powerful and the grace and power of God will forgive them
Muzinaaaa
In the name of…..
Muzina di tata, e di mwana, e di mpeve santu
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Muzina di tata nzambe oooh, ya muzina
In the name of God the Father, for the name of….
Baluka moto na ngai, baluka ngai liwa
They have tried to finish me, they have threatened me with death
Bamekola basuka ah ah, bamema se mongambo eh
They have tried but they have failed, they have only got problems
Lisolo oyo ya ngai, ekoma mosala
This my story of my life, has become a profession
Na kati ya lisanga, na bandako na nganga
In the homes of withdoctors
Kofingafinga ngai,kotongatonga ngai
Insulting me, gossiping about me
Kokanakana ngai, epesa ngai bomoyi
Plotting against me has given me life
Naboma moto te, nateka moto te
I did not kill anybody, I have not betrayed anybody
Nasimba nkisi te, mpo te nazwa bomengo eh
I have not visited a witchdoctor to get a charm in order to become rich eh
Nzoto nangai nzoto oyo elelela kaka nzambe
This body of mine, this body will only lament to God
Nkisi nangai banda bomwana, losambo na Yahweh eh
My medicine since childhood is only prayer to God
Banso oyo bayeba ngai na bomwana nangai
Everybody who knew me from my childhood
Nytangho yango babenga ngai mwana ya basango oh
Those days they used to call me the son of priests
Nzoto nangai nzoto oyo elelela kaka nzambe
This body of mine, this body will only lament to God
Nkisi nangai banda bomwana, losambo na Yahweh eh
My medicine since childhood is only prayer to God
Banso oyo bayeba ngai na bomwana nangai
Everybody who knew me from my childhood
Nytangho yango babenga ngai mwana ya basango oh
Those days they used to call me the son of priests
Yebaka ah yebaka, liloba ya Nzambe,
You should know, you should know, the word of God,
Yeba bisengo ya nse
You should know the pleasure of this world
Tangaka, ah tangaka, tangaka Bible
You should read, you should read, you should read the Bible,
Yeba bisengo ya nse
You should know the wealth of this world
Yebaka ah yebaka, liloba ya Nzambe,
You should know, you should know, the word of God,
Yeba bisengo ya nse
You should know the pleasure of this world
Tangaka, ah tangaka, tangaka Bible
You should read, you should read, you should read the Bible,
Yeba bisengo ya nse
You should know the wealth of this world
Muzinaaaa
In the name of…..
Muzina di tata, e di mwana, e di mpeve santu
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Muzina di tata nzambe oooh, ya muzina
In the name of God the Father, for the name of….
Basoboli bankulu, bopesa biso kisankulu
Praise the name of the Lord, give us the opportunity to praise the Lord
Muzina di tata, e di mwana, e di mpeve santu
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Muzina di tata nzambe oooh, ya muzina
In the name of God the Father, for the name of…
Basantu mpe banzelu, botombola nkombo ya nkolo
The saints and the angels, praise the name of the Lord
Muzina di tata, e di mwana, e di mpeve santu
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Muzina di tata nzambe oooh, ya muzina
In the name of God the Father, for the name of…
Yemba yemba ah,
Sing sing ah
Yemba yemba ah
Sing, sing ah,
Boyakani banso mpo toyemba
Please, come everybody , so that we sing
Yemba yemba ah,
Sing, sing ah,
Toyembela Nzambe nkolo na biso
Let’s sing for God our Lord
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Tosangana banso mpo boyani
Let’s unite together so that you can come
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
ToyembelaNzambe nkolo abenisa biso
Let’s sing for God our Lord so that he can bless us
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Muzina di tata e di mwana
In the name of the Father and the Son
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Na nkombo na Yesu tokoyemba
In the name of Jesus we are singing
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Na nkombo na Nzambe tokosambela
In the name of God we are praying
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Afrika mobimba yakani toyemba
The whole of Africa please come together so that we sing
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Toyembela Nzambe abenisa mboka eeeehh
Let’s sing so that God can bless the country eeeh
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Nkombo na Nzambe ezali likolo
The name of God is above everything
Yemba yemba ah
sing sing ah
Eloko moko eleki Nzambe ezali te oh
There is nothing that surpasses God
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Baninga ya Zaire boyokani tosambela
Friends of Zaire, please come together so that we can pray
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Na nkombo ya Nzambe asalisa biso
In the name of God, he will help us
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Na nkombo na Nzambe tokosambela
In the name of God we are praying
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Muzina di tata e di mwana
In the name of the Father, and the Son
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Botombola maboko mpo na Nzambe eh
Put your hands up for God
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Tobondela ye na motema moko
Let’s worship him with all our hearts
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Nkombo ya Nzambe ezali monene
The name of God is great
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Nanoi akoki kotiya ntembe na Nzambe
Who can doubt God
Yemba yemba ah
Sing sing ah
Yelele, yelele
Yelele yelele
Ebeba eh eh botombola maboko
Let things go berserk, put your hands up
Bimisa mouchoir, litambala, liputa, ekoti, yembela Nzambe
Take out your handkerchief, headscarf, wrapping cloth, hat, sing for God
Guitar
Eeeh, Yahweh
Eh, Yahwe

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VE MUSYI WONEKAA

155. VE MUSYI WONEKAA
(The city of Gold)
S.S.S 819
Key D 4/4(m)
1. Ve musyi wonekaa iulu wa mwanda wa kikw’u,
Na moathimo maitonya uweteka,
Kula syua yitathuaa na matu maivoovaa:
Musyi usu mwanake wa thaavu.
Chorus:
Kula syua yitathuaa, na matu maivovaa,
Meko ma etikili Mwiaii numonaa,
Musyi usu mwanake wa thaavu.
2. Vau Musumbi Mwovosya Mwiaii utwendete,
Onthe nimeteele na utanu,
Tene w’onthe atheu makatisaa tan data;
Musyi usu mwanake wa thaavu.
3. Tutethyei wia na ngelekanyo ya Yesu,
Tumiisyei mathina kuku nthi,
Twamina tukanengwa ngovia sya thayu,
Musyi usu mwanake wa thaavu.
4. Kou tukamukatha Mwiaii na alaika,
Tukina mbathi sya ndaia,
Na tukasumbika nake tene w’onthe,
Musyi usu mwanake wa thaavu.
(Amen)

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INFOMACKS MOTIVATIONAL FORUM CHILDREN’S HOME VISIT




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wp-1450163986311.jpegInafomacks Motivational Forum is a good-will organization formed by people of good will who have the youths and young generation at heart.
we visit various institutions such like churches, schools, youth forums, children homes etc.
We are glad to inform and invite all to a visit to a children’s home this festive season within Nairobi . Be a partaker in this nobility. God bless you. more info to come. 0711715737 for any personal enquiry or info@infomacks.com

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KATHIANI -KANGUNDO BRIDGE IMPASSABLE

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The one and only bridge dividing,  uniting and   bridging Kathiani to Kangundo sub-counties is messy and decapitatedly impassable.

This colonial icon is the only hope for people traveling from machakos through kathiani to Kangundo. It’s absence means that the only route now is through kaani, about 100km off the normal drive.
The collapse was due to heavy downpour that was witnessed within and without the area on Saturday, 12th Dec 2015. Many people gathered in dismay of what never appeared to occur. It was neither anticipated during the 1998 Elnino rains.
Benjamin Franklin said, “we might not tell the importance of water until wells run dry “..this appears truly true.
What it means

 

 

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Kathiani -Kangundo bridge.                                  1.Kathiani economy is will grow drown as it drops it’s customers majorly from Kangundo side

2. Patients seeking treatment from kathiani general hospital will have to seek options.                                                 3. Matatus that must use the route have to. go stray hence inconveniencing hundreds.

  1. 4. Motorbike riders bodaboda operators may have to seek optional routes.. Owing to the fact that most of their traffic was on road linked by the bridge.wp-1450079710697.jpeg

 

Better news of apparent hope is that the machakos Senator, one JOHNSON MUTHAMA found himself subject of the fate as he was made to travel across the same bridge. With his message to the masses gathered around, he promised that he would send engineers to fix the mess in a days time.
Talking to most of the people and leaders from the place, majority if not all pointed their finger to the local government in the area as well as NEMA for allowing sand harvesting in the area and more so around the bridge.
It is the cry of all that the politicians and leaders of the county gang up to the good of the MWENYENCHI
             Timothy Makasa

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EDUCATION ISN’T FINAL..

THIS IS QUITE TOUCHING AND ENCOURAGING

“Academic excellence is overrated! I said it. Being top of your class does not necessarily guarantee that you will be at the top of life. You could graduate as the best student in Finance but
it doesn’t mean you will make more money than everybody else. The best graduating Law student does not necessarily become the best lawyer. The fact is life requires more than the ability to understand a concept, memorise it and reproduce it in an exam. School rewards people for their memory. Life rewards people for their imagination.
School rewards caution, life rewards daring. School hails those who live by the rules. Life exalts those who break the rules and set new ones. So do I mean people shouldn’t study hard in school? Oh, no, you should. But don’t sacrifice every other thing on the altar of First Class.
Don’t limit yourself to the classroom. Do something practical. Take a leadership position. Start a business and fail. That’s a better Entrepreneurship 101.Join or start a club. Contest an election and lose. It will teach you something Political Science 101 will not teach you. Attend a seminar. Read books outside the scope of your course. Go on
missions and win a soul for eternal rewards… Do something you believe in! Think less of becoming an excellent student but think more of becoming an excellent person. Make the world your classroom.

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SILENCE IN A GODLY STYLE



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silence_web-e1448746347126.jpgA seed grows with no sound, but a
tree falls with huge noise…
Destruction has noise, but creation
is silent. In your success remain
silent as there is power in silence.
Grow Silently!
Cultivate Silence
A farmer discovered that he had lost
his watch in the barn. It was no
ordinary watch because it had
sentimental value for him.
After searching high and low among
the hay for a long while; he gave up
and enlisted the help of a group of
children playing outside the barn.
He promised them that the person
who found it would be rewarded.
Hearing this, the children hurried
inside the barn, went through and
around the entire stack of hay but
still could not find the watch.
Just when the farmer was about to
give up looking for his watch, a little
boy went up to him and asked to be
given another chance.
The farmer looked at him and
thought, “Why not? After all, this kid
looks sincere enough.” So the farmer
sent the little boy back in the barn.
After a while the little boy came out
with the watch in his hand! The
farmer was both happy and
surprised and so he asked the boy
how he succeeded where the rest
had failed.
The boy replied, “I did nothing but
sat on the ground and listened. In
the silence, I heard the ticking of
the watch and just looked for it in
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A peaceful mind can think well than
a worked up mind.
Sometimes the noise in our life is so
much with no clarity on what to do.
The mind seems so occupied with
lots of thoughts that promotes fear,
discouragement & anxiety.
Let peace guard your ur heart all through.
Consciously clear your head and
mind. God bless you.

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LEMUSA ELECTIONS

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Today marks yet another good day for lower eastern Moi university students as they walk down the queue in passion to undertake their democratic rights of electing in new leadership. The most contested position been the presidency,  it’s our dire desire that the elected chair will have people at heart. The only fear as it is in any other democratic community is leadership influenced by majority who may not always right.
  The previous Body led by one able Timothy Makasa played a very foundational role of pioneering the family, laying principles, policies and drawing the strategic plan. “Leadership is not a politics though both could be inseparable,  the journey wasn’t the easiest though I expected anyway. Challenges are always inevitable. The best tactic is to change every challenge in to an opportunity and every Battle as a platform to depict the height of leadership. It was not the easiest tenure as most times called for desperate measures. It was not easy as a leader to give a decision during a very hot occasion of endorsing the kamba to contest for ACADEMICS dockets in the last MUSO elections. Big thanks to all the leaders who stood tall and sovereign to help sort the situation ” Timothy Makasa
  It’s our prayerful wish that the process will be a success yielding the best.
  

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