Mike Bamiloye, founder of Mount Zion Faith Ministries International, has celebrated Gloria, his wife, on the occasion of her 58th birthday.
In a lengthy Instagram post on Friday, the cleric recalled how his wife used her allowance from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to support his ministry in the past.
Bamiloye described his wife as the “daughter of Zion,” citing how she had managed to weather the storms in the past.
“Another life for this daughter of Zion. The Devil fought you! But God fought for you! The Lord gave you resounding victory again and again! Today you are 58! Shame to the enemy of your soul!” he wrote.
“What did she see in me when she said Yes to my proposal? She saw visions! She saw calling! She saw what I did not see! The girl who saw tomorrow!
“I had been on full time and she had been in school. I would collect money from her and use it to print programme posters. Then when she began to work during f the one year service, she would collect her allowance and bring it to me to use for programmes.”
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He also thanked God for bringing Gloria his way, adding that he would not have succeeded without her by his side.
“I thank God again and again that I found you! Only God can give a man a good wife. If I have not found Jesus Christ, I would have missed you!” he added.
“Because when I knew I had a call of God on my life, I knew I would never succeed in life unless I got it right in the place of marriage.”
The lovebirds tied the knot in 1988. The union has so far been blessed with three children namely; Damilola, Joshua, and Darasimi.
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