– A month before Daniel Mutheki and Penny Mwangi’s planned wedding, Mutheki was involved in a car accident that almost cost his life
– It was during his stay in hospital that his wife bathed and cleaned him up that he saw love in its purest form
– He also had an encounter with God that turned him into a vessel to spread hope and the message of second chances
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Daniel Ngugi Mutheki’s life and by extension view of his wife took a complete turn when he walked out of a tragic accident alive.
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Before that night of January 22, 2016, he explains that no one would have convinced him that he would be spreading the message of hope and God’s second chances.
It is only when he went through the furnace of fire and stared death in the face that his spiritual eyes were opened.
He had not only walked out of a near-fatal accident alive but also managed to get to the hospital with sensitive parts like the ribs and backbone intact.
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First, that low moment revealed to him a side of his fiancee Penny Mwangi (Pesh) he had not seen before.
“After being in the hospital for a month, I hadn’t brushed my teeth. My wife came, took toothpaste, brushed my teeth, and because I couldn’t move, she picked the white thing with her mouth, got to the sink, spat, then brought me water to guggle,” he told TUKO.co.ke’s Lynn Ngugi.
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From that moment Pesh became an overnight hero in his story, the pillar of strength he did not know he had.
“What she did was not something I would have imagined she would do, especially for someone she had no blood ties with. Our relationship had been built over an attraction, things I did not have at that point,” he explained.
As he spent his days and nights staring at the blank hospital ceiling, his life flashed right before his eyes and the eureka moment was revealed.
Mutheki’s time to change his ways was nigh.
“It was a very clear voice of God, and He told me ‘Daniel, now you are not too busy for me. You will be like this for a couple of months, but don’t worry about your health, job, finances, don’t worry about anything, for your life is my hands,” he remembered.
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It was a life-changing moment, one that saw his optimism levels rise tenfold as his soul gravitated towards the Bible and its teachings.
Alluding to the Bible, Mutheki reveals that the encounter with God has changed how every aspect of his life operates.
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In his marriage, he and Pesh understand that they are one flesh, hence apply the 24-hour rule where any disagreements are solved before they go to sleep.
“Anything big was once small, but it was allowed to grow. Something you would have solved in one night grows, and in six months you are talking separation,” he advised.
The experience also taught him that although humanity directs us to rush in and help accident victims whenever we find ourselves in such scenes, we should try to keep the body as intact as possible.
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Regarding the bigger-than-life sacrifices Pesh made for him, he is lost for words on how best to thank the wonderful woman who is now his wife and mother to their child.
“I can never repay you, I do not know how, but I pray that one day, the God I serve will be able to repay you,” he said.
He is also thankful to his father, mother and sisters who kept watching over him in shifts the entire period he was bedridden and unable to do anything for himself.
Mutheki believes that the support system he got from that close circle had a huge role to play in his full recovery, therefore, advises people to always keep those who matter close.
Hillary Lisimba Ambani is a graduate of the University of Nairobi’s School of Journalism with an illustrious career in Print, Broadcast and Online journalism. He is a published author, former columnist at Daily Nation, Human-Interest editor at TUKO.co.ke, and Philanthropist. Hillary uses his experience, skills and knowledge to change the world a day at a time under the maxim ‘born to tell stories to touch lives.’ Learn more about him on Facebook @Hillary Lisimba Ambani.
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