The organiser, Ronald Hope Witness, a pastor from Full Knowledge of God International Ministries, told journalists yesterday that the crusade is aimed at praying for Uganda's revival and restoration.
Pastor calls for two-day prayer crusade to heal Uganda
Pentecostals across the country have started gathering at Wankulukuku stadium for a prayer conference that will span two days from Tuesday December 13 to Thursday December 15.
"This is a worldwide call upon our nation. God called all nations to serve him in the book of prophet Isaiah 41: 4 but now in these later days, He has called Uganda to lift up a banner and blow a trumpet. Calling upon all nations to come back and serve God according to Isaiah 18: 1-3. Uganda is a country biblically, historically and prophetically called to blow a trumpet calling upon all nations to serve God and prepare them for the second coming of Jesus Christ," he said.
Hope emphasised that Uganda's motto "For God and My Country" is a pledge for Ugandans to pay allegiance to God. Adding that this is the reason for the tireless and charismatic praying to God to restore Uganda to sanity.
"We are calling upon all of Ugandans to join us here to call upon God to refresh, revive and restore all things in the country including the church, health, education, health, political system, social sector, games, security system, sports, music and the entire entertainment sector and the entire system of the world," he said.
According to the programme of the crusade, doors will be opening at 2pm until midnight. For worshippers traveling from upcountry, food, drinks and shelter will be provided.
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