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Elim Uganda Holds Evening Intercession and Counseling

On Nov 13, 2016 02:11 PM EST
The Elim leader looking for scriptures to give to the visitors after praying
All the attendees happy and excited at the great message from the word of God

On November 3, 2016 during its daily evening intercession Elim Uganda had two ladies from the neighbouring organizations visiting the church to attend the fellowship for the very first time. Asiimwe Rebecca Turyahikayo the Elim leader welcomed them warmly and asked them to feel at home.

There was a silence on their arrival as the ladies seemed troubled in one way or another. Each of them was counseled, and comforted and given some words of encouragement.

The Elim leader encouraged all attendees to give their all to Christ Jesus especially when they are troubled. She made reference to Matthew.11:28-30 "Come to me, all you who labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." This message made all the attendees happy and excited about the goodness of our Saviour Jesus Christ

All attendees shared prayer which was so powerful and drew the presence of the Holy Spirit. One of the guests said they actually felt better at heart after the meeting. They were then given scriptures for reference for times of troubles. 

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