Thursday, August 22, 2019
Pr. Bujjingo Warns Believers To Be Aware Of Enemies So Close To Them

It was an overflow at Canaan land HPMI as multitudes from far and wide flooded the place to attend the overnight prayer of the first week of the 14 days of prayer and fasting.

The devil was traumatized as 552 people accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as their Lord and saviour.

Pr. Bujjingo while preaching to a massive crowd of ten of thousands that attended the overnight prayer at Canaan land, warned that the enemies are always close to them, in addition, he gave them the bible example of Judah Iscariot who was so close to Jesus.

The service was full of praising God through dancing, singing songs in various languages. In the same way, the pastor joined the congregation and danced for Jesus passionately.

In the middle of the sermon, the pastor argued the believers not to sorrow whenever the loved ones desert them and to avoid making decisions in anger.

However, pastor Bujingo grieved over people who remove words and verses from the bible in the name of simplifying yet they are diluting it.

 

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