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Fear No Enemies, Pr. Bujjingo

Uganda and all believers around the world were prayed for to be faithful in whatever they do in order to succeed.

Pr. Aloysius Bujjingoo prayed this prayer during the overnight prayer that took place on Friday night at HPMI Canaan land Makerere Kikoni.

According to pr. Bujjingo a person must be faithful to succeed in life.

In the same context, the pastor urged all women to avoid trading their bodies to get their hearts desires.

On the same occasion pr. Bujjingo admonished the believers not lose hope thinking that God has forsaken them.

In addition, the pastor prayed for the blessing with sorrow upon believers.

The Ugandans in the diaspora were urged to be courageous since God blesses the works of everyone’s hands no matter where you are.

Concerning those who are fearful of their adversaries, he urged to stand firm and see their enemies fall off.

In the same way, pr. Bujjingo urged the believers not to miss out on the next Friday overnight.

As usual, a great number of people surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ, who they accepted as their Lord and saviour.



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