Delivering his Christmas sermon at St Phillips and Andrews Cathedral Mukono, Bishop Ssebagala noted that as the world celebrates the birth of Jesus, government officials need to embrace him as the only way to the develop the country and free it from its current challenges.
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The Bishop of Mukono Diocese, James William
Ssebaggala has beseeched government officials involved in corruption to accept
Jesus in their lives to redeem them from their conduct, which undermines
development in the country.
Delivering his Christmas sermon at St Phillips and Andrews Cathedral Mukono, Bishop
Ssebagala noted that as the world celebrates the birth of Jesus, government
officials need to embrace him as the only way to the develop the country and
free it from its current challenges.
He noted that the country is
struggling to improve its education and health
systems, infrastructure and key projects because the responsible parties are
busy enriching themselves. Referring to the recent anti-corruption walk by president,
Yoweri Museveni, Bishop Ssebagala said it can’t end the vice.
He said government officials need God to end
corruption as opposed to leading processions.
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At Lugazi cathedral, the Bishop of Lugazi Diocese,
Christopher Kakooza asked Christians to be mindful about whatever they do
because they will face judgment when Jesus returns.
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Pastor Samuel Lwandasa of Mountain Lebanon Church Mukono also
reminded Christians that their deeds will determine their fate on judgment day.
He asked Christians to be sincere in their conduct if the country is to move forward.
are deep in Christ our country will move in straight line. Discover our
weaknesses as Christians and accept to repent and then turn back to God,” he