Hello, I am Emmanuel Wilfred…
…The boy among the girls.

I am the second child to my parents and the only boy. It is a pleasure to welcome you on my page. My elder sister may has already told you about me, nevertheless, I introduce myself to you.

I was born on October 21, 2010 at 7:00 pm at the Bethesda Hospital of the Full Gospel Mission in Yaoundé. 3970grs. Ask my mom she will tell you.

Here are the meanings of my first names:

Emmanuel. As we know, it derives from the Hebrew name [i-man’ū̇-el (ּנמּוּ אל, ‘immānū’ēl)] which means “God is with us.”

The symbolic name given by the prophet Isaiah to the child whose birth was to be a sign for King Ahaz (Isaiah 7v14). A very significant name for the mediator of the new covenant, already announced by a prophet, and understood by all who adopted him as their master.

Jesus is doubly Emmanuel, first as our friend, having descended to us; Then in another sense, because it is in its nature, the union of divinity with humanity.

Emmanuel is the name that Christ will bear during the Millennium.

Wilfred. is a masculine given name derived from Germanic roots meaning “Will” and “peace” (like Old English wil and frið). Wilfred was popular in the United Kingdom in the early twentieth century. Wilfried and its English spelling, Wilfrid, are closely related to Wilfred, with the same roots (Will and Frieden in German). Celebrated on October 12, it means “Desiring peace.”

This page is to make me known.