Emphasis has been stressed on the need for the Everlasting Gospel, an immortal document that has the compilation of the gospels Leader Olumba Olumba Obu, to be read consistently by members of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star.
The Holy Father, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu, who reiterated the significance of the document said it contains knowledge that can’t be gotten anywhere in the world by any clergy, scholar, or leader of any religious body.
Addressing members in His advice and blessings to mark the second edition celebration of the BCS Everlasting Gospel Day, the King Immortal noted that it is time for the document to be embraced by all religious organisations across the globe.
“The time is now for the Everlasting Gospel of Leader Olumba Olumba Obu to be read by all religious organizations. They need to benefit from the inexhaustible knowledge and teachings of the One who has come to teach and lead the world…. It contains knowledge that can’t be gotten anywhere. Knowledge that will return man unto His creator, God.” He noted.
While harping on the need for individuals and bethels to acquire at least a volume of the book, the Holy Father mandated administrators at all levels to enforce compliance and guarantee that the reading culture is encouraged. He further commended the Everlasting Gospel Outreach team for the successful production of a mobile application compatible with the document.
The Managing Director, HG Archbishop Abdul Mamman, in his address during the event which was the second in its series, posited that the Everlasting Gospel is what members of the academic world and other technocrats need to have at their disposal. In addition, he expressed his appreciation to members of the Fold for their support and patronage.
One of the activities of the three-day programme was a press conference at the Nation’s capital, attended by various press houses.
Recall that the BCS Everlasting Gospel was first introduced to the public in 2018 at Eton Cradle Bethel. The Immortal document is in several volumes and was first published in the United Kingdom in 2003.
Thank You Father.