By Ronald Kabuye
The Bishop for the Evangelical Orthodox Church EOC (eastern Catholic rite) Jacinto Kibuuka has urged Ugandans to keep praying for their country so that God may prevail over it’s problems that led to many mysterious deaths in this year 2018.
While celebrating the Christmas divine liturgy at Mamre international prayer centre Namugongo Janda, Bishop Kibuuka said its high time the public opts to prayer instead of violence, abuses and condemnation.
He prayed and committed the souls of those that lost their lives in mysterious ways including road accidents, landslides, boat cruise, domestic violence, city assassinations, panga wielding men among others.
The charismatic Bishop said Christmas or Jesus’s birth means profound change in Christians lives both spiritually and in the physical and love for one another.
” May Jesus’s birth bring about profound change in your lives.
May His birth free us from domestic violence, bring us love for one another, tolerance, patience, reconciliation, kindness, mercy, justice and helping one another” said Bishop Kibuuka
He also urged the public to end 2018 and enter 2019 while in God’s presence at Mamre international prayer centre