Dear family and friends
Never under estimate the power of prayer;
1969- Young men prayed and fasted for maasailand,That the Lord would
remember us that the Lord would give us churches, high schools ,
Colleges since it seemed we were being left further and further behind
4 maasai young men in Nairobi Pentecostal Bible College; Paul Ole
Kisoso, David Ole Namunter, William Ole Sororonyi and I, I remember
praying under a tree on a hill for 4 days. Nothing significant
happened then and many years later until the last two years ago. We
got our first ever University!. The Narok university Principle,
Professor Serem and Dean Professor Seno, Mr Solomon Ole
Muntet,(Marketing and Public Relations Manager, Narok University).
were guests of Clemson University, one of the best universities in
the US located here in the south
At Clemson University they asked me to speak,and as I stood to speak
It occurred to me that this is a prayer come true. All of a sudden I
was overcome with emotion and could hardly speak!, I saw some
professors wiping tears including professor Ken of Clemson University.
Just the wonder of Gods goodness!
I just had a telephone conversation with Mr. Solomon Ole Muntet He
just arrived back home in Kenya after the long journey to US.
Mr Muntet who is a born again and committed christian spend a night
with us before leaving the US asked me to ask all my friends to pray
for the success of the young University that many would come forth and
help build hostels etc etc.and the overall success of the institution.
He also reiterated the request for prayer when I called him.
I Also was able to call Rev. Paul Kisoso and reminded him of our
prayer and fasting and I have to confess we both forgot we were the
brave maasai who never show tears but who cares. This time I can cry
if I want to and I did.
Mr Muntet we all back you in prayer Please keep the good work going
and may God grant you and all of us victory because this College is a
blessing not only to us maasai but to all Kenyans and an added light
Blessed be the name of the Lord who hears prayers
Blessed be the Lord our God who is not limited by time or space
Truly God is the God of the forgotten
Oh To Be ‘His Hand’ Extended
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