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Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Having a form of Godliness but denying the power there of : When Uganda, a prayerful nation prays for materialism(cars, mansions , corporate jobs etc) and dominionism : When Christians keep silent about corruption, greed, sound doctrine and holiness .



This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.
For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, ….unholy,
Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;
Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.(2 Timothy 3 King James Version (KJV)



Ugandans welcome 2015 in style; set targets for the New Year



In pictures: Uganda, a prayerful nation

Publish Date: Jan 04, 2015
In pictures: Uganda, a prayerful nation
A woman deep in prayer at Kololo Independence Grounds on December 31.
By Vision Reporter

A scholar famously said 'Appreciation is the highest form of prayer, for it acknowledges the presence of good wherever you shine the light of your thankful thoughts.

As the world ushered in the New Year, thousands, perhaps millions Ugandans, in utter contrast to the usual festivities of December 31, converged at prayer sites for thanksgiving and soul searching. We bring you what transpired in pitcures.

PHOTOGRAPHY/ Eria Luyimbazi, Meddie Musisi, Moses Lemisa, Benjamin Ssebagala



Christians praying at Nsambya as they ushered in the New Year. Prayers were led by Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga

People ushered in the New Year praying at Kololo Independence Grounds
A woman deep in prayer at Namirembe Cathedral
Faithfuls praying at Namirembe Cathedral on December 31

Masses of people turned up at Mandela national stadium, Namboole for prayers that were led by Apostle Joseph Sserwada
Pastor David Kiganda led prayers (above) at Nakivubo Stadium
Apostle Joseph Serwadda led thoudands of faithfuls in prayer at Mandela National stadium, Namboole
Pastor Jackson Senyonga led prayers at Kololo Independence Grounds
Prayer may not change things for you, but it for sure changes you for things, Samuel M. Shoemaker
Faithfuls holding prayers at Our Lady of Peace Kiwamirembe
Prayers at Mt. Sion Prayer Centre, Bukalango were led by Msgr. Magembe and Brother Mukajaanga


2015: Christians Pray For Fruitful Year

 

http://chimpreports.com/2015-christians-pray-for-fruitful-year/   

A believer engulfed in prayer
A believer engulfed in prayer
Thousands of Christians on Wednesday (December 31)   trekked to Bat valley sports ground for the end of year over night prayers organized by Pastor Aloysius Bugingo of the House of Prayers Ministries.
By 9pm, the queue to the entrance was past Teachers House along Bombo road but as the adage goes that when the going gets tough, only the tough get going, many decided to camp outside and in a bid to follow the proceedings.
“It was hard to get inside and I decided to pray from outside. With the presence of loud speakers and the projector screens I will be able to follow the proceedings,” said Dorah Namusisi .

In a special New Year prayer animated by Pastor Bujingo, he asked the Almighty  for wisdom, strength and courage to complete the targets in the New Year.
“This is time for all of us to write down our dreams and visions for the coming year and present them to the Almighty. We need to have a fruitful year and this we can only due if we ask for the mercy of God,”Bugingo noted.
“Vision night is a moment for total dedication by all Christians to present their plans with faith to the lord surely knowing they will achieve their goal”
According to the man of God, many Christians who have in the past presented their visions have always lived to testify how they have been achieved.
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Pastor Bugingo with ASP Sam Omala were the preachers of the night
Singers perform worship songs
Singers perform worship songs
A section of the crowd
A section of the crowd
There was a display of fireworks
There was a display of fireworks


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Pastor Jackson Senyonga [R]prayed for a peaciful 2015
Pastor Jackson Senyonga [R]prayed for a peaciful 2015
As has become the norm, tens of thousands of Ugandans gathered for prayers at various arenas and stadia, to welcome the New Year 2015.
In Kampala, the major praying events were at Nakivubo stadium, Kololo Independence grounds, Mandela National Stadium and in Bukalango.

At Kololo, American-based Pastor Jackson Senyonga of Christian Life Church in Bwaise crossed more than 20,000 believers into the New Year.
The event proceeded through the wee hours amidst tight security, by Uganda Police and the UPDF which currently inhabits the grounds.
Pastor Senyonga held prayers for peace and stability in the New Year, and asked God to protect Ugandans in the year that is packed with so much political activity.
He however skipped his usual practice of holding special prayers for President Yoweri Museveni, which is normally done by pastors and leaders laying hands on the president’s portrait.
Pastors Senyonga and Uche from Nigeria
Pastors Senyonga and Uche from Nigeria
“We know that the coming year is going is a busy one and somehow volatile, preceding the 2016 general elections. It is a year of campaigns, and a lot of politicking and we know that that often comes with challenges,” stated Senyonga.
“We want to pray and believe that God will see us through 2015, without chaos or economic hardships. It will be a year of peace, stability and development.”
Pastor Uche entertaining the crowd
Pastor Uche entertaining the crowd
In the wake of the previous [2011] general elections, the country was engulfed in one its most serious political and economic crises, breeding the infamous walk to work protest and a devastating inflation.
Preparing the 'seed' for the new year
Preparing the ‘seed’ for the new year
Pastor Senyonga called the believers to brace to 2015, a year of surprises and miracles.
There was also thrilling a performance from Nigeria Gospel artist, Pastor Uche, who together with his band, took the crowd throw exhilarating praise and worship songs in both English and Luganda.
Hear us, oh Lord!
Hear us, oh Lord!