Church Bulletin

Believers challenged to always spend their time with Jesus Christ

By Baluku Alex

Believers in South Rwenzori Diocese have been challenged to always spend their time with Jesus Christ by doing things that make his name known to many people in their respective communities.

The challenge was sounded today by Rev. Japheth Kule Mbathonda, the St. Paul’s Cathedral Vicar while preaching during a scientific Sunday service that relayed on the airwaves of Messiah Radio and other social media platforms including Facebook and zoom.
According to Rev.

Mbathonda, spending time with Jesus is worth paying because he is the source of everything that Christians need in their lives.

The Church Minister who based his sermon under the theme, “Choose what is better and what can’t be taken away,” as scripted in the Biblical Book of Luke 10:42, emphasized that Jesus Christ was the master of every creature, a reason why everyone ought to obey and serve him all the time.

He underscored the need for Christians to stick to Jesus Christ despite the challenges experienced during the Covid-19 period, advising that such experiences should be a turning point for everyone to search for Jesus.

The man of God reminded the believers to understand that whatever they do on earth will have to come to an end but what is gained through Jesus Christ will last forever.

In his remarks, the Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Nason Baluku strongly appealed to the Christians to continue praying for God’s intervention against Covid-19 so that churches are reopened.

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