ACP UPDATES (Sunday 3rd February 2019)

Today is ACP Sunday, Phase 2 works are progressing within the overall revised schedule. ACP Team extends their gratitude and blessings for all your contributions throughout the year. We appeal to you to remain prayerful for the project and to choose to consistently give as you honour God. A. Financial Status: Summary of collections for[…]

“ It’s only through the weapon of prayer that human beings can be changed, groomed, matured and empowered to become what God wants them to become.” Mr. Dan Magumba The Name of the Lord be honoured – Amen. The previous Sunday, Mr. Dan Magumba Preached to the three [3] Congregations at the Cathedral and explored[…]

Text: Psalm 77: 1-20 This Psalm prescribes the remedy for depression. The writer, Asaph, does not show the cause of his distress but it is clear that he is in distress. However, his mood begins to change as he recollected the goodness of the Lord and focuses on Him beginning from verse 10. To show[…]

Text: Psalm 76:1-12 In this Psalm we learn that God can use His great power and liberate His people. It is said that this Psalm was written as a testimony on how God destroyed Sennacherib’s army who had besieged Jerusalem in 710 B.C. Our God is able to break the arrows, bows, shield and sword[…]

Text: Psalm 75:1-10 The Bible warns us not to be proud (vv. 4-6), for it is God who puts down one and exalts another (v.7). Many times we want to uplift ourselves basing on mainly material wealth. We forget that it is only God who allows wealth and poverty for His own glory. This also[…]

Text: Psalm 74:1-23 God punished the children of Israel because of their persistence in sin: He punished them inspite of their being a special tribe of His inheritance. In the same way, you as a child of God, through acceptance and believing in Jesus Christ, always live a repentant life. Remember you were purchased by[…]

Text: Psalm 73:1-28 Many times you are attempted to admire the wealth of others, even of those who are wicked, for they seem to enjoy life (vv. 1-16). The lives of the wicked may seem to be at ease as they “enjoy” the increase of their wealth (v. 12). However, this changes the moment you[…]

Text: Deuteronomy 34:1-12 Moses led the people of Israel for forty (40) years and his life is now finished (vv.1-5). Because of his sin (Numb.20:10-13) Moses was not permitted to bring the people into the Promised Land. But God is not restricted. He had been preparing Joshua for that task. The people were not sure[…]

Text: Deuteronomy 33:1-29 Moses’ final duty as the prophet of God for the people is to speak words of blessing upon the nation (vv.1-5). Moses begins by reminding the people that Yahweh is their deliverer (v.3a), He gave them His covenant law (v.3b) and thus Yahweh is their King (v.5). He is the One who[…]

Text: Deuteronomy 32:1-52 Very soon Moses will die, and one of the last things he does is write a song and recite it to the people. What we will notice is Yahweh’s new name – The Rock! Moses does not say God is like a rock but God is the Rock. God is fixed, He[…]