Insecurity: Olumba Olumba urges Nigerians to turn to God

The Spiritual Head, Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, Olumba Olumba Obu, has called on Nigerians to turn to God with fervent prayers and He would intervene in the nation’s security social, economic, and political challenges.

The religious leader also noted that the human family is now confused, helpless and it is at a crossroads.

Obu who was represented by Christ Shepherd Edet Archibong disclosed this during an occasion to launch the “Everlasting Gospel of the Leader Olumba Olumba Obu” in Abuja on Tuesday.

On the essence of the book, he said loving one another is the best teaching of Christ.

He said loving one another is not rocket science as if one loves his neighbour, he will not kill him or burn down his house.

“The simple thing is, love one another. Do unto others as you want them to do unto you,” he said.

On the mass surrender of Boko Haram terrorists, he said the government should re-integrate them back to society if they have truly repented.

“Vengeance belongs to God. So, whether you are Boko Haram or whatever, if you genuinely repent, you should be forgiven.

“Christianity is about forgiveness. If anybody offends you, you are bound to forgive them,” he said.

He added, “If you don’t seek the face of God he will not interfere in the challenges facing the nation.

“The good news is that the long-expected Kingdom of God is now established on earth and God Himself has descended to teach and lead man to the path of godliness and righteousness.

“Remember that man is nothing, empty vessel and cannot, therefore, help himself except God helps him. This is the reason our Lord Jesus Christ promised not to leave man comfortless but rather, would send another comforter who would abide with man forever.”

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