Christians Urged To Intercede For The Nation Ahead Of General Polls

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With few days remaining to the 2021 general elections, christians have been urged to intercede for this nation to ensure peaceful elections.

This call was made by Pastor Tom Mugerwa of Mutundwe Christian Fellowship (MCF) during end of year day time prayers held at the church in Kampala yesterday.

In his sermon, the humble man of God said once christians don’t intercede for this nation, evil forces will take charge and lead the country into turmoil after the elections.

It’s for this reason that he declared a 10 days – fast in the days leading up to the January 14th elections to enable believers draw close to God and pray that his hand saves this nation.

Meanwhile, pastor Mugerwa whose sermons revolve around perfection in Christ urged christians to remain steadfast in faith amidst all tribulations that they may encounter in this new year for Jesus to save them.

“In these end times, there will arise many problems that never happened before and they will not have any natural remedy, only Jesus Christ will be the answer. God is going to bring tribulations so that he brings his people back to him. You know when people are living problem-free lives, they tend to forget about seeking God.” Said Mugerwa

Earlier, Pastor Victoria Kintu Kirabo, a pastor at the same church during her sermon called on christians to ask God for the fruits of the holy spirit as stated in Galatians 5:22 which include love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control to be able to drive more people into accepting Christ as Lord and saviour in this new year.

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“A born again whose behaviours haven’t changed becomes a stambling block for those who would have gotten born again. We should be examplary in our communities which will make people admire our God and shun their evil ways.” Said Pastor Kirabo

On the same day, MCF radio marked 4th anniversary with celebrations which were combined with cross over service held virtually and relayed live on the radio and online.

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