Friday, 18 November 2016

The KSA Memoir: Why I married an Alhaja as a Christian + How I worship my God…


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KSA with one of his wives and ex-Osun State Governor, Olagunsoye Oyinlola's wife during KSA's daughter's wedding ceremony in 2005
“There are two temples.  One is the physical temple; the other is the invisible temple.  The physical temple is the one you build in your own house as your prayer room, where you enter and believe that God is there. The highest one is the temple in your heart.  As long as you practice not to destroy the image of God, I believe God will love you.  God says, “I will make man in my image”, so why do you want to do something wrong to the image of God.  That’s the physical.  And why do you need to think evil of the image of God in your inner temple?


KSA....His House, His cars and style all within the limit of humility


When people say “born again”, “born again”, to me those who are born again should understand what they do. If I’m born again, I don’t need to tell anybody.  I don’t practice one particular religion that is where I’m different.  All my family, my wives and children are free to go any church as long as they are calling the name of God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit there. I was brought up in Cherubim and Seraphim from the age of seven, I went to African Church, I went to Methodist Church, and I went to St. Benedict Church. I am even married to an Alhaja, a Muslim, I cannot convert her, I don’t want to; as long as she believe that God is in existence.


KSA...Believes the heart is the biggest temple of worship
“I was brought up in Cherubim and Seraphim from the age of seven, I went to African Church, I went to Methodist Church, and I went to St. Benedict Church. I am even married to an Alhaja, a Muslim, I cannot convert her, I don’t want to; as long as she believe that God is in existence”.

Don’t damage the image of man that belongs to God; that is the highest crime.  If you look at a man whether he is handsome, doing well or rich and you try to pull him down, either by your utterances or action you will be damaging the image of God.


KSA...The Enigma

I have a Church in my house.  When I step into my Church, I’m accorded recognition.  When I enter a Church and they announce my name, I usually tell them that I came to the Church to receive my blessings from God.  But if you are distracted by my image, I will take your blessing too.  This is because you are not supposed to be distracted.

His Prayer Sanctuary



KSA, just simple and faithful with God

(Excerpts from the book; KSA: My Life, My Music by King Sunny Ade. Read ‘How I became ill after taking a role in Jimoh Aliyu’s Fopomoyo’ tomorrow on this blog)

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