News
News Article

Elim Uganda Leads in Emmanuel Church Sunday Service

On Oct 12, 2017 11:15 AM EDT
elim-uganda-leads-in-sunday-service
elim-uganda-leads-in-sunday-service
elim-uganda-leads-in-sunday-service
elim-uganda-leads-in-sunday-service

On Sunday during the Emmanuel Church Sunday Service, Elim Uganda leader, Mummy Rebecca was invited to share the word. The service begun with praise and worship led by worship team members.

She shared from the book of Mathhew.6:22-23 which says "the lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness!"

During her sharing she encouraged members to always feed eyes on things that make them grow in Spirit. She later on moved to Matthew. 7:7-12 and emphasized the importance of knocking, seeking and asking from God all the times because "when you knock a door shall be opened to you, when you seek what is in the Lord you shall find your blessings and when you ask from God He shall give you your heart's desire."

Emmanuel Church members received abundant grace and touched by the word that was shared. They glorify the name of the Lord.

 

 

Christians in the city of Basra in Iraq have reportedly been pushed to isolation amid the threats of extinction of non-Muslim minorities after the majority had failed to protect them from extremists in the last few years.
SAS snipers, who were part of mopping up campaigns after the fall of Mosul managed to save a Christian family merely seconds away from being decapitated by Islamic State militants for refusing to convert to Islam.
Two Coptic Christians from the village of Ezbat El-Sheikh Nageim in Minya, Upper Egypt, are being accused of inciting sectarian strife and are now facing arrest after a comment shared on Facebook sparked a riot among a number of Muslims in their village.