Mimo Ni Or Mimo Si Oluwa Olorun…Which One Is Correct?

August 12, 2022 / Odunmbaku James / Order of Service / 7 Comments »

Many Celestians are confused by what their shepherds tell them, when or after they bow their heads to recite these words of adoration: Holy! Holy!! Holy!! To the Lord God Of Hosts. Series of lectures and answers have been given by many great shepherds of this great Church.

The translation into the Yoruba language has caused many problems and it has brought many Celestians to visit the Celestial Constitution. Mimo Ni And Mimo Si Oluwa Olorun Awon Omo Ogun, Most Service Conductors during service sometimes are confused because of it.

“Holy to the Lord God of Host” is far different from “Is The Lord God Of Host” which is now causing controversy between shepherds and workers in Celestial Church in general. Many parishes believe that ‘To the Lord God of Host’ is the right one and that it’s to ‘The Lord God Of Host’ is the one being given right the days Of Papa Oshoffa, the founder of the Church.

The Church is really having a divided mind towards these particular words, and till today many parishes are still not clear about it.

I think the appropriate authority needs to pass a message across all parishes,  the right words of adoration when bowing down. Every member must have the same mind towards this and not different knowledge about it.

Alleluia

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7 responses to “Mimo Ni Or Mimo Si Oluwa Olorun…Which One Is Correct?”

  1. Oluwayemisi deborah says:

    Halleluyah sir/ma isaiah 6vs 3 says mimo,mimo,mimo “ni” oluwa olorun awon ogun

  2. Leader Wale Adetayo says:

    We need to stop this ‘mantra’ -‘ being given to Baba Oahoffa’. How many of us or who exactly were there with him in the Godropa Wilderness in Agonge? Every injunction given in CCC is biblical but his followers then and up till now find it difficult to dig deep in the Bible. This particular article revolves around Revelation 4 vs 8, anything different is pure heresy. The statement is ‘angelic’, what they saw, honour and cherish not what is requested to be given God. Does the filthy mortal beings have anything clean to offer God talk less of giving holy to God?
    Mimo ni Oba Iye
    Shalom

  3. Chris ogbaisi says:

    There is no ambiguity in this …the phrase is simple and concise . You don’t give holiness to the same God that has been professed as holy ..
    Constitution has its reference and can not contradict the Bible .
    Holy Holy Holy Lord God of Host , that was and is . This was said in Rev 4:8.
    So using the preposition to means you want to accord him that tittle , while using ‘is’ means you are affirming God to be holy as rightly mentioned in the Bible .
    The real phrase to qualify God with us holy holy holy is the lord God of Host which is not different from what Rev 4:8 referred to Holy Holy Holy Lord God of Host .

  4. Chris says:

    There is no ambiguity in this …the phrase is simple and concise . You don’t give holiness to the same God that has been professed as holy ..
    Constitution has its reference and can not contradict the Bible .
    Holy Holy Holy Lord God of Host , that was and is . This was said in Rev 4:8.
    So using the preposition to means you want to accord him that tittle , while using ‘is’ means you are affirming God to be holy as rightly mentioned in the Bible .
    The real phrase to qualify God with us holy holy holy is the lord God of Host which is not different from what Rev 4:8 referred to Holy Holy Holy Lord God of Host .

  5. Alàgbà says:

    It’s in the constitution for God sake!! There’s a while section telling the story of how it came to be and the words that are meant to be said! Why can’t we just follow the things SBJO set for us? Is it that hard ni?

  6. Alagba Samuel says:

    The constitution says Mimo Si

  7. Alagba Samuel says:

    The constitution is quite straightforward about this I don’t know why shepherd’s teach their members nonsense

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