Count Jafferali Ali

Period: (1909-1968) Jafferali Ali Megji was born on December 16, 1909 in Dar-es-Salaam. Soon after his education, he joined the services of the .munity in different fields till he became the Honorary Secretary of the Council in 1937 and served for nine years with zeal and enthusiasm. He also established Corporations in Tanganyika. In 1948, he was appointed the President of the Ismailia Association for Tanganyika, and held the post for eight years. He was also the director of the Diamond Jubilee Investment Trust (1945-1968). He earned the blessings of the Imam on several occasions for his outstanding services, and was invested the title of Count in 1959. He died on March 21, 1968. The Imam sent following message to his son on April 4, 1968 that:- My dear spiritual child, I have received your letter of 28th March, and I was much grieved to hear of the sad demise of your father, Count Jafferali Ali Megji. I send my most affectionate paternal maternal loving blessings for the soul of late Count Jafferali A. Megji and I pray that his soul may rest in eternal peace. I give you and your family my best paternal maternal loving blessings for service with best loving blessings for strength and courage in your great loss. Your father rendered many years of sterling service to the Imam of the time and the jamath, and his loss will be sorely felt by all. Indeed your father is very much in my heart and thoughts. The Imam also sent another message on April 11, 1968 through the Ismailia Council for Dar-es-Salaam that:- The Imam also sent another message on April 11, 1968 through the Ismailia Council for Dar-es-Salaam that:- My dear President, I was sad to know of the death of Count Jafferali Ali Megji. Kindly convey my most loving blessings to his family for courage and fortitude in their bereavement with best blessings for his soul and its peace and rest. Object Lesson – Balloon Faith By: KenSapp – Balloons are enjoyed not only by children and youth, but by people of all ages. We see them at birthdays and celebrations throughout the year. And like many things we enjoy in the world around us, they can be metaphors for spiritual lessons as well. Tags: Icebreakers – Clinging To God By: KenSapp – A clothespin is used to attach clothes to a clothesline. It can also serve as a reminder that we need to cling to our lifeline – we need to cling to God (Deuteronomy 13:4). And clothes aren’t the only thing that needs washing. We need to be washed clean as well. And God … Tags: Object Lesson – The Key To Heaven By: KenSapp – A key is almost a universal symbol around the world. Keys promise access, freedom, transport, protection, and safety. A key is used to represent access to something of value just as a physical key opens up a door or something that was previously inaccessible. The key is … Tags: Icebreakers – Valentine’s Day – If You Love Me By: KenSapp – This popular icebreaker game is a great discussion starter for Valentines Day and introducing the concept of God’s unmerited love for us. Tags: Youth Devotional – Superbowl Christians By: KenSapp – If you follow American Football, it’s going to be Superbowl Sunday in the United States this weekend. It’s one of the most watched sports events on television. Why not make it an opportunity to share something about how the game relates to their spiritual lives? Even if … Tags: Object Lesson – A Christian Superbowl Challenge By: KenSapp – The Superbowl is just around the corner. Use this game with youth as an introduction to the idea of the game of football as a metaphor for living the victorious Christian life. Tags: Youth Ideas – Popcorn Christians By: KenSapp – Popcorn is a seed that is hard and tasteless, until placed in the fire. And then the white goodness on the inside .es out for us to not only smell the aroma, but also to taste. Its a powerful object lesson and metaphor for Christ working in us and drawing others to … Tags: Icebreakers – Thanksgiving Connections By: KenSapp – "Thanksgiving is an American Holiday when people .e together, treasure the relationships with those close to them, and thank God for his blessings over the past year. While the New Year celebrates new opportunities and a chance to start over, Thanksgiving reminds us ho … Tags: Know The Rosary Of Life By: david grow – Everyone talks about the name of God. But can the name of God be pronounced by mouth? No. It is the Word which is indivisible, eternal and vibrates within the life force. Tags: Bathe In The Ganges Of Knowledge By: david grow – We know from history that the culture of India is both ancient and eternal. The meaning of eternal is that which has no end. All our religious festivals give the same message: Understand the value of your life! Ganga Dassehra is one such festival. Tags: 相关的主题文章: