The Bishop of West Ankole Diocese, Rt Rev Johnson Twinomujuni has challenged professionals to put their hope in God, and not in the things of the world that are insufficient, unreliable and fleeting.

He said this today in a fellowship organised by different WAD Professionals at Tuzza Hotel under the theme, “Hope beyond Affliction.”

He called upon professionals to always not lose hope when in turbulences or difficulties, adding that in life we face both pleasure and pain for positive reasons.

The Bishop stressed that in this world challenges are both necessary and inevitable, but we need to distinguish between those that are tests and trials, or temptations and consequences of sin.

Quoting from Romans 8:28, Bishop Johnson said, God uses difficult circumstances to train us, to shape us, and to inform us, and so all things that happen work for the good of those that God loves.

He noted that most people’s hope is put in money, children, security, pension plans, and other worldly stuff. “While we need those, there are situations where they are not sufficient”, the Bishop stressed.

In the same fellowship, during interaction, professionals shared lessons learned from the COVID-19, reflecting on what money, friends, power, etc could not do or solve. Only the grace of God was sufficient.

So, the Bishop concluded that in times of affliction, let us look to God, with hope that there is still life after.


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