I watched the movie “The Train” (Based on the true life story of Mike-Bamiloye) last month, and I couldn’t help the rush of emotions I felt for almost all the scenes acted. I literally cried all through the movie. I connected so well with the story of our dear father Mike-Bamiloye, and,felt God speaking to me through every single scene. As inspiring as the movie was, I couldn’t help but wonder, who sang all the beautifully composed songs. Honestly, the songs in the movie were an added spice to the ministration of that movie. I sort of knew it was Joshua Mike-Bamiloye singing the songs all along because; I listened to his song ‘Hello hello sister", which I really love by
Stefannnyyyyy Gretzingerrrrr... God! I love that woman so much,I have listened to many of her spirit filled songs, over and over again. God indeed, has ordained her a gifted minstrel for this generation and the next. OK.. so now let me delve into a little story on how I got to know Steffany Gretzinger.... A while back gospel singer, Folabi Nuel (He is one artist I appreciate a lot and really love his style of singing) posted about her on his insta story, talking about how much of an amazing singer she is, and equally urging her to come to Nigeria. I went to check her up and Boom! that's how I got stuck. I keep downloading every of her songs now.
I went for a christian program last year August (Heart enlargement speciale) hosted by Pastor Tara Akinkuade of the standing church, international ministry. On day two of the event, the choir came up and ministered a song that spoke about being called out of the mundane to were I am ordained... Every bit of the lyrics of the song that day, touched my soul,spirit and body. I sang the song within me, till I got back to my friend's sister house, were I stayed for the program. Immediately I got back to school, I searched for the song, and there it was, "OPEN UP" by Dunsin Oyekan. I had listened to a couple of songs by music Revivalist, Dunsin Oyekan, before