The first son of the Jerry-Oluwagbemi’s, Adeola has taken to his social media page to celebrate his late mom, Late Evang. Feyi Eunice Oluwagbemi, a founding member of Mount Zion Faith Ministries, who went to be with the Lord on the 28th of February, 2021 shortly after she clocked 55 years of age and was laid to rest on the 9th of April 2021 at Ibadan.
In his post to celebrate her 56th posthumous birthday, the gospel filmmaker shared some pictures of his late mother and other family members, recounting her prayer life worthy of emulation and her relentless commitments in all areas.
In his words; Today was supposed to be your birthday Momma’, We remember your slangs, your dance,
Your admonishing words, Your jokes, Your loud laugh, Your pretty smiles, Your committed welfarism spirit, Your caring heart, all these and more momma. We miss you everyday.
I recently sat on your prayer chair where you’ll always intercede every night for 1-3 hours, I could only ask for that consistent spirit of intercession that kept you doing that for at least 14years (that I know of).
I still remember watching you groan in prayers between the hours of 11pm & 2a.m. One word you left me with, just very very recently is….. …”THE COMING OF THE LORD IS VERY VERY IMMINENT” WATCH & PRAY…. PHOTOS BELOW
Recall that her first son, Adeola Jerry-Oluwagbemi welcomed a baby girl last year WHILE her second son, Bright Jerry-Oluwagbemi also got married some weeks ago.
Published By: Ifeoluwa ORISAKAHUNSI
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