Friday , September 21 2018


I affirm that the Holy Spirit lives in the quarters of my heart; He is the fire and power of my life. His light blazes intensely in my heart, making the Father’s presence real to me, His passion aglow, and His purity aflame in my spirit. Every good and perfect gift is from my Father; and by the Holy Spirit, my spiritual eyes are continually opened to recognize those resources, gifts, and talents the Father has placed at my disposal, so I could be a solution provider, both in my life and in the life of God’s people. I am life-conscious; life works in me! Every fibre of my being, every bone of my body, and every cell of my blood is inundated with divine energy! I will never be defeated in this life; divinity is at work in me. Greater is He that is in me than he that is in the world. I am alive to God! Hallelujah! I have received an overflowing of the Father’s grace. That grace working in me is the power of promotion, unending success, and an extraordinary life of excellence, victory, and dominion. I take advantage of it now and always. I refuse anything and everything that is inconsistent with the Father’s perfect will for my life. Glory to God!


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  1. Amen

  2. To the best of my knowledge, the father of Kelefa Sanneh is Lamin Sanneh. The father is a native of Gambia and a professor of “Missions and World Christianity at Yale. Details at Wikipedia . Also the father is a convert to Christianity from Islam (not too unusual in many parts of coastal West Africa), and a practicing Roman Catholic. I heard the father give a lecture as an invited speaker some years ago in Iowa. I don”t recall the details. He was sponsored by many religious or ecumenical campus groups and had a large, attentive audience. The writing in The New Yorker is very good. I know smart people who read it religiously. Probably not a good idea to base one”s world view on a steady diet of The New Yorker and nothing else. I had an econometrics professor who used to say that “everything he knew on topic X was from reading The New Yorker . It took me decades to understand the full implications of such statements but this prof. tended toward dry humor and understatement.

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