World Answers International’s prophet Jeremiah Sebakijje said many people use others in accomplishing their self-motivations which he said is not godly.
PIC: Prophet Jeremiah Ssebakijje washing the feet of 11year old Christine Nnanyonga during the Good Friday prayers at World Answers Church international Kampala. This was on March 30, 2018. (Credit: Lawrence Mulondo)
KAMPALA - Christians have been urged to always stick to their convictions and keep away from people who want to use them for to accomplish selfish motives.
World Answers International's prophet Jeremiah Sebakijje said many people use others in accomplishing their self-motivations which he said is not godly.
"When Jesus entered Jerusalem on Thursday, some of the people there thought they could use him to fight the Romans, who were mistreating them. He however disappointed them when he proceeded on with his mission."
"As a result, the people got angry and gave him up for crucification, they preferred Barabbas, who had murdered a Roman guard during a protest," he narrated.
Sebakijje advised Christians to emulate Jesus and focus on their mission.
He made the remarks at the church in Masajja, a Kampala city suburb, while leading in the Good Friday prayers.
During the prayers, Sebakijje washed the feet of hundreds of Born-Again believers.
This is a ritual carry out on Holy Thursday by the Christians.
The washing of feet ritual is a gesture of humility based on the belief that Jesus Christ washed the feet of his apostles on the evening of their final meal together, before his arrest, crucifixion and death.