Tuesday, July 16, 2024
ALWAYS STICK ON YOUR GOALS - PR. BUJJINGO

Pr. Aloysius Bujjingo of HPMI has encouraged the believers at Canaan land, and on salt media platforms to have and set goals in whatever they do in life.

He urged the believers to program themselves and always set goals that will direct them in pursuit of their goals.
According to the pastor, a person should strive hard to meet their goals and they should at least be able remember their first days at that particular job, so they can focus on doing other things, remember the first day they first rented and moved out of their parents houses, and to focus on healthy relationships, distancing themselves from fake friends

In addition pr. Bujjingo advised the audience to work so hard instead of expecting free things as they come at high cost.

He lastly urged them to only trust God since He is the only one who can neither fail nor betray them. He said all this while conducting prayers on Sunday at  Canaan land Makerere Kikoni

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