- Naomi Kuria lost her father and in a lengthy post hailed him for the change he made in his life
- A few days ago, the YouTuber took to social media to announce her father’s hospitalization and sympathized with her more, wishing her a speedy recovery.
- The content creator also shared that her father helped her be saved as she remembered the times when she was depressed.
Kenyan comedian Naomi Kuria is heartbroken after the death of her father.
The loss is painful
In a detailed post, the youngster shared how devastated she was about a month ago, and her father was her pillar of strength.
The YouTuber who is very hardworking noted that her father introduced her to Christ at a time when she was lost and depressed.
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“Exactly a month ago, on a day like today, October 9th, it was a Sunday, I went to see my father after talking so much on the phone because I was not well. From the 24th September, I started having anxiety and panic attacks which, at that time, I didn’t know what was happening to me.”
Naomi shared that when she met her father, she felt helpless and defeated and sought comfort from him.
“It became chronic, and one day I woke up feeling hopeless, helpless, defeated and suddenly I became suicidal, I just wanted to die. I told him about how I felt guilty and condemned by the enemy because I had made up my mind to change my ways and follow Jesus. The enemy might whisper to me that I cannot be born again because of the sins I have committed, and I will always be their slave.
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Dad is a girl’s best friend, and it was natural for her to tell him about her troubles to which the old man advised her to give her life to Christ.
She thanked him for encouraging her to find salvation, and she noted that despite his death, she would love him for eternity.
“My father really sympathized with me and he was so sorry that the devil found an opportunity to torment me with his lies. He told me that everything the devil said was a lie, and every time the enemy would accuse me, I stand up and tell him that the accused is the one on the cross, not me. He then prayed for me and led me to salvation. I felt loved, I I felt strong and whole again. I have beheld my father’s God since that day and forever more. Thank you, Dad, for giving me Christ. I am not alone. I will love you until eternity. More so, I will love and honor the God you loved so much. Rest well daddy until we meet again.
May Naomi find strength in Christ in these difficult times.
In another story, the comedian revealed that she went through some big heartbreak in Nairobi.
In one relationship, in particular, a man told her to her face that they were nothing after dating for a while.
“I cried all day and there’s just something about heartache when it comes to feeling cold at heart,” she said.
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