Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Winners Chapel Founder - Bishop David Oyedepo Celebrates 62nd Birthday

Bishop Oyedepo
 Bishop David Oyedepo turned 62 today - 27th September 2016.  His wife Faith Oyedepo and his son David Oyedepo Jnr both took to social media to celebrate him...

David & Faith Oyedepo
Mrs Oyedepo commended her husband of 34 years on social media:



"Happy 62nd Birthday to my Wonderful husband! Sixty two (62) years ago, on this particular historic day, saw the birth of a great giant. A man predestined by God to liberate mankind from the oppressions of the devil.

A man with unwavering faith and devotion to God, the Kingdom and his family. One that has proven beyond reasonable doubt to be an exemplary leader, a visionary, mentor, prophet, father and friend; one whom I am privileged to be married to. Today on this extra special day, I celebrate you my husband, the love of my life … the passion of my heart … my friend … my companion … my husband … my lord. I cannot stop thanking you for coming into my life and showing me the God kind of love. With you, I have learnt more than I imagined. You’ve helped me to see that there is so much more to believe in. You have loved me so dear and opened my eyes to see new possibilities in unearthing my potentials. Together, God has enabled us to raise enviable children who are all now Kingdom giants in our lifetime to His glory! You are an unparalleled man of valour. Surely, the grace of God will keep multiplying upon your life and ministry in new and greater dimensions in Jesus’ name. Life has become extra special since you entered my world. Every day I awake renewed by the thought and constant echo of your love! Many men have done valiantly, but thou, my husband, my darling, the husband of my youth, excellest them all. We shall yet do greater things for God and His Kingdom! Congratulations and happy birthday darling husband, father, friend, teacher, mentor and lover! #Papa62

David Oyedepo Jnr eulogised his father on Facebook saying:

"Happy Birthday to my father in the faith & father in the flesh. Your life has been a great blessing to me personally. May the God whom you serve, continue to honour you and move you to heights unimaginable in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen!"


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