A third-year student from the University of Eldoret has killed his second-year girlfriend due to relationship issues. It is believed that the two have been indoors for four days trying to solve their issues. He later stabbed himself but fortunately survived the suicide attempt after he was rescued and taken to hospital.
Stacy Chemutai, a second-year student at the University of Eldoret was murdered by her boyfriend over relationship issues. The relationships among campus students have led to the deaths of many students recently.
Also, the body of a Maasai Mara University first-year student was found in a bush along Narok Mai Mahiu Highway. It is believed that she was raped and murdered. It is believed that she was murdered on her way from Narok Town.
Condolences to the affected families. We pray that God will strengthen them and console them in this time of grief.
Why should we get to that point of comrades killing each other because of relationships? We cannot just continue witnessing more deaths by the youths. We need to stop this kind of behavior.
Yes, if you want your relationship to thrive, then you must endure you follow the basic. Why are you dating? Is it leading to marriage or is it just for fun? Are you keeping sexual purity in your relationship?
It is foolishness to expect things to go wrong when you are sinning against God. Are you kind, loving, gentle, self-controlled, and able to bear with one another?
Is the relationship just centered around you? Your needs, your feelings, your time, while totally ignoring the other person?
What If Thing Go Wrong
Yes, things can go wrong anytime anywhere. But we must all learn how to approach these issues. We need a generation of strong men. Men who are slow to anger and are not emotional and weak. If he or she leaves you, you need to know it is normal and be strong to let people go. You cannot be there looking for ways how to eliminate people who reject you.
It is in vain to delude yourself you will love anyone better while you are not a true Christian. God is Love and He only can teach us to love as He does. Unless you are Christian by faith alone and you have been washed by his blood of Calvary, you won’t love others better.
Is she or he a Christian? I am not asking if he or she goes to church and what he or she posts on his or her socials or what she says. I am asking more than all this. Does he or she live the Bible? Do they fear God and obey him? Be sure that if she does not love God, he or she won’t love perfectly.
If you love God, you will seek to follow what he says. You will flee fornication. For the will of God is your Sanctification. You cannot afford to go sleeping around while at the same time, you are calling yourself a Christian.