Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Davy Olamiposi Jesudunsin Bamidele

You can view the revival service from last night below.

Normally today would be Vintage View Vednesday, but I am having technical issues with Blogger. Last week they forced a new dashboard configuration on me and I have been learning it the last several days. Loading pictures on a blog post is not as simple as before, but it was still easy until yesterday. It goes through all the motions, uses data to load the pictures, yet the post remains blank. I tried it several times yesterday and several more times last night. Ugh!

I admit defeat in this battle, but the war is not over. I will wade into it later and see what can be done. I loaded the pictures below earlier in the day and they loaded fine. I hope you enjoy this replacement post that was originally slated for Thursday.

Davy Olamiposi Jesudunsin Bamidele
Today I introduce to you the newest grandchild of my dear friend, Rev E. Ade Shobanke. He was born in Ogun State, Nigeria on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, to Bro. Samuel and Sis. Ruth Bamidele. He was Christened early Tuesday, May 12 in a small home ceremony because of the coronavirus lockdown. They gave him the name of Davy Olamiposi Jesudunsin Bamidele. 

Is that a beautiful bouncing baby boy or not?

We are delighted to hear the news of this baby boy and I am honored, thrilled and humbled for him to bear my name in his life. That is amazing and I am grinning from ear to ear. 

May God bless Davy, Olamiposi, Jesudunsin, Bamidele with the humble and sweet spirit of his Mother, the smile and kindness of his Father and the anointing and hunger for God of his Grandfather, Bro. Shobanke! He will grow to be quite a man if he has all of those attributes.

We pray that he has strength and good health all through his life. May he have favor with God and favor with men. May he grow in grace and love and faith.

We also pray that we are blessed to meet him in person soon and to see him at many points in his life for many years to come. Right at this moment, it looks impossible to ever go to Nigeria again, but we are believing God that it will not always be this way. I want to see all of my friends and embrace them and worship with them and I want to see my little namesake!

Here are a few more pictures.

Thank you for stopping in for a few minutes today.


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