Legislation on water resources ownership
There are some precious memorial titbit stones for a sound and healthy nation building and they include:
• Legislative resources must be from God the SOURCE.
• Executive ruling resources must be from God the SOURCE.
• Judiciary resources must be from God the SOURCE.
 Counsel is mine, and sound wisdom: I am understanding; I have strength.
 By me kings reign, and princes decree justice.
 By me princes rule, and nobles, even all the judges of the earth.
The Bethlehem example:
Christ Jesus, as the Creator and source of bread and water, provided both for the life of humanity. King David and Christ Jesus are both Bethlehem-born kings. King David displayed a show of force and claim over the water of Bethlehem with his coercive military might to dispossess the gatekeepers of the water. He succeeded in ENFORCING his possession of the water, but he KNEW this was a cruel method, as it denied the people’s rights over their water and this was equal to DRINKING their BLOOD. So, he poured it out to the Lord.
Christ the Creator and King went later to that same well and sought permission from the Samaritan woman, for just a cup of water to quench the thirst of His weary soul. We could see from here that the legislature did not legislate on the water, executives did not confiscate the water and the judiciary did not rule and pass judgement to alienate citizens’ rights from the water, it was free for all. Water is a universal right to everyone on earth. It is an individual, family, community, state and national right.
From this, we can say that the duty and responsibility of good governance is to provide bread and water for the citizens and not to deprive citizens their rights of ownership of bread and water, which the benevolent God gave to them in their land of possession. Thus, it was quoted and resisted by Naboth against a notorious king of Israel, “And Naboth said to Ahab, The Lord forbid it me, that I should give the inheritance of my fathers unto thee.” 1 kings 21:3.
Jesus the King, being the Bread and Water of life was freely given by God the Father to the whole world, which is symbolised by the well in Samaria, as the gentiles, and not just exclusively to Israel only.
Princes are heirs to the royal throne, but princes must pass the test of lawful striving as heir apparent to enthronement. Nobility is the living certificate of every prince that becomes a king. A noble prince fundamentally possesses excellent value for diligent labour. Where princely nobility and diligent labour are royal factors of enthronement, they establish inviolable power of the peace and righteousness of due process of governance. The legitimacy of a ruling king is based and controlled by the mandate of noble princely rule of law.
Bishop Dr. S. I. Okelezoh, Ministry Of Perfection Church
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