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Pr. Bujjingo vows to continue expounding marriage vows

The first Sunday HPMI congregation at Canaan land after the celebration of 9 years of HPMI ministries was urged to avoid unnecessary battles. Pr. Bujjingo said all this during the Sunday preaching where he preached that believers are God’s children and no one can overpower our God.

Pr. Bujjingo vowed to continue expounding the issue of marriage vows despite the opposition from different religious groups. In the same way he urged believers to avoid making negative vows but to declare positive things about their lives.

In the same way, the pastor preached that the believers should work relentlessly instead of lamenting over the past.

Finally the pastor prayed a double blessing upon the congregation, all this transpired at the Canaan land.


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