IMMORTAL QUOTES OF LEADER OLUMBA OLUMBA OBU

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LEADER OLUMBA OLUMBA OBU THE SOLE SPIRITUAL HEAD OF THE UNIVERSE

ON FREELOADERS

Do you know that for you to eat somebody’s food for nought is an overdraft against you? It could be likened to having not a kobo in the bank and yet borrowing N10, 000.00. If you squander that amount collected from the bank, it becomes a debt for you. If somebody gives you something and you take for free, you become indebted and may die with such indebtedness. This is why many people in this part of the world die with debts.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

The natural law is that you should eat nobody’s food for nothing. Rather, you should labour with your hands to feed yourself. The moment you take somebody’s food without giving anything commensurate to it in reciprocation, you have contravened the law and this leads to damnation.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Don’t you know that when you enjoy the rainy season you are indebted to the dry season and when you enjoy the dry season you are indebted to the rainy season? Are you not aware of this truth? This is why you are called all sorts of names- wizard, apparition, bloodsucker, juju etc. They point accusing fingers at you. When you go to somebody’s house and he kills a goat for you but when he comes to yours and you fail to kill same in reciprocation, don’t you know he will go about to blackmail you? You have to pay back spiritually or materially.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Here in this Kingdom, we believe in spiritual value. If somebody gives you N10.00 and you fail to pay anything back that is commensurate with it, such a value is subtracted from your spiritual accounts. Know that if somebody gives you N1000.00 that will be taken away together with interest from your spiritual accounts to balance it. In this Kingdom you cannot cheat anybody. The principle of live and let live operates and you are to work for your daily bread.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“If you see any wealthy person today, he has suffered, toiled and laboured. When you see such a person you know that he has toiled and should reap his reward. The scripture says whatsoever a man soweth same shall he reap. For you to bid somebody farewell without giving him anything, what sort of farewell is that? Don’t you know that if you eat somebody’s food for free you are worse than an armed robber?” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“If you go about begging, cheating and deceiving people, what do you think you are doing? If somebody should give me money when I have done nothing to merit it, I will ask why and will not take it.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“You can now see why you must obey the natural law by labouring and toiling for your own food. All the mistakes you make in your life emanate from the fact that you do not want to labour for your own food. God does not give food to an idle man. You must always use your hands to labour for your daily bread. Even if somebody gives you something, it is equally subtracted from your spiritual accounts. I don’t want any person in this Kingdom to go about begging for what to eat.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Do not place your hopes on your carnal father’s and mother’s wealth. Instead, use your hands to labour for your own. If somebody gives you something, you should do something for him in return. Even if the person is your parent, do not eat his or her food for nought. When you hear that somebody is poor or has gone bankrupt, he is one that goes borrowing, robbing Peter to pay Paul.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“If somebody offers to take you in his car, do not enter for free. Give him something that is commensurate in value with the distance you cover. You see how the white men do it. If they travel from here to Mbukpa, they calculate the Meters covered and pay its exact value to the driver.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“If somebody gives you advice, you should give him something in return; otherwise the advice will not work. This is the first commandment that man has lost.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Abraham would not take it as a free gift so he brought a commensurate amount of money to pay for the land. The elders of the community did not want to take it but he pressed it upon them and they finally accepted the money. As a result Abraham owns that land forever.  Think about it. If you are given land for free and later the children of the owner turn round in his absence to claim it back, what will be your position?” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Somebody says he wants to live with you and serve you for no remuneration. Don’t you know that he is an armed robber? Similarly if you employ somebody without paying him, don’t you know that you are a duper?”  – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“When somebody tells you to receive something for nought, don’t. In all situations, I want everyone to labour with his hands for his daily bread. Blackmail, bad luck, penury and all other adversities in life emanate from eating somebody’s food for nought. It is said that, it is not he who recommends himself but he that is recommended by God. If you receive something that God has not given to you, you have already crucified yourself.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“THIS IS THE LAW OF NATURE THAT NO IDLER SHOULD BE GIVEN ANY FOOD. If somebody gives you food to eat in a day, will you toil again in that day? Can you then realise that in the spiritual world something is subtracted from your accounts to pay for what you eat for free? When you are hungry, you must labour, toil and travail to make ends meet for that is the law of nature…. Therefore, this is the first commandment in this kingdom. Eat no man’s food for nought.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“If you give things to people for free without requiring that they should pay back anything at all, don’t you realise that your accounts won’t balance? It simply means that you have been duped somewhere. The world knows not this but God knows it is the Law of Nature. The moment you put it aside, sufferings and problems begin. Anyone who knows the intricacies of this will never cheat any person, not even a child and such a person will be received everywhere. No disdainful word will ever be spoken against him.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Assuming somebody comes to you, and you minister unto him. If after the first visit, it becomes his habit to come frequently and so you continue ministering to him, even if he is a pastor, how will you regard him? He has invariably sold his own rights to you by that action.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“You argue that you do not know what sin you have committed and I ask, have you not eaten somebody’s food for nought. The English have a saying that ignorance is no excuse in law. Search the scriptures and see if you have eternal life. The people who have been ministering unto you, what have you done to reciprocate their kind gestures to you? Don’t you know that they are the cause of your problems?” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“You can see the teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ. He said “Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto but to minister and to give his life as a ransom for many.” He told his disciples “Whoever wants to lead will first of all have to be a servant.” He also said, “Whoever wants to be the greatest among you will first serve as your messenger.” He again told them “He that is greatest among you shall be your servant”. You can realise that these teachings are all the same with what we have received today. You enjoy the fun and all other things without reciprocating. This is what has brought about problems to mankind.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“Each person should use his hands to look for his meals. If you do not use your hands and you become poor, you are responsible. Every one of you is responsible for the situation in which you find yourself. Even if your father is a millionaire, struggle for your own. Don’t be solely dependent on him. If somebody gives you something, he seals your mouth and ties you to his apron’s strings.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“I am not saying that if somebody gives you something you should not take it, but that you should also do something for him to reciprocate his kindness to you. If you are a person going about seeking for other people’s help, stop and labour with your hands, otherwise, you will not have even a pin, what you use your hands to labour for is what you withdraw from your spiritual bank accounts. Things you receive from others are your spiritual overdraft: some people have re-incarnated three times yet they continue to pay for their indebtedness. If you fail to pay your debts, nothing will be of avail to you. Do you think that this is the only plane of manifest? You think you are faster than the other man but you can never be faster than God.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“You pray God should give somebody to do good to you. Do you know that you have handed all your wealth over to him? What is the significance of the scriptural statement, “I owe no man anything but love”? This means that if somebody does something to you, you should reciprocate.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

“That is why the ideal situation is to be independent. The moment you start your own business independently you will become very rich. Have you ever seen a civil servant that is a millionaire? Even if he embezzles, the punishment awaits him.” – Olumba Olumba Obu (BCS Everlasting Gospel, Vol 1, Chapter 21)

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