2022 is a year of big changes in the social, political, and economic affairs of this country. The bold prophecy was made by Apostle Joseph Serwadda during the Passover prayers at Victory Christian Centre that were livestreamed, with a handful of believers in attendance.
Pastor Joseph Serwadda
“Uganda is going to experience a season of changes that have never happened. God has revealed that to me,” Serwadda said.
He said the change will be all around, covering the spiritual, social, political, and economic aspects. “The winds that we are talking about are going to uproot trees; It is going to blow all things that have been firmly standing, as though they were planted in concrete. You’ll be astonished”.
Serwadda told the believers to watch out for the tides of change: “You are going to realize that the people that you have been calling big are very few, yet those you have been looking down on are the powerful ones”.
Serwadda was preaching on the sermon ‘Behold, a gusty cleansing wind blows’, about Noah (Genesis 8:1), who believed God in building an ark to prepare for the flood that was unheard of.
“I believe this year, we will see changes that we never thought were happening. The things that are ahead of us are so astounding that we will stand in surprise all the time,” he said, calling on the worshippers to believe with him.
Bishop Isaiah Mbuga
Bishop Isaiah Mbuga of Mukono-based Christ’s Heart Ministries read Psalm 33:10, saying God commands all and those who exalt themselves would be humbled.
“God is going to show the world that he is in charge. There are people who think they are in charge, but they are going to be embarrassed. The people that are laughing are not going to have the last laugh in 2022,” he said.
Pastor Jackson Senyonga
Pastor Jackson Senyonga of Christian Life Ministries said 2022 is a year of revival and great opportunities.
“Our declaration for 2022, is partly a prayer. Revive us. We have tried everything. We have remained the same. We can’t even keep the presence of God even for 30 minutes. We are vulnerable to sin, doubt, and fear. We have tried prayers. We have changed pastors and churches, but we are still the same,” he called on God to intervene.
Pastor Senyonga said Christians need to seek revival through praying, repenting, seeking the Lord, fast, and longing for God’s presence. “Because it is God who causes revival, we need to pray to Him,” he said.
“When I close my eyes, I see things happening in 2022; I see wonder-working power as people seek the Lord, as we knock on heaven. Uganda is going to be transformed”.
Pastor Garry Skinner
Watoto Church founder Gary Skinner declared a prosperous 2022 for Ugandans. “The past was good, but I believe the future is going to be even better because we serve a good, kind, loving, generous faithful God who is kind to us every single day,” he said.
For those who have had a difficult two years as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic: “I want you to know that there is a God in heaven who knows that our future can be better. Put your trust, faith, and hope in him. God wants good things for us.”
“Its going to even be an even better 2022,” Skinner said. “The past year we faced many problems, which are bound to increase in 2022, but it is in the midst of such hurdles that God shows his glory and power,” he said.
Pastor Tom Mugerwa
Pastor Tom Mugerwa of Mutundwe Christian Fellowship (MCF) challenged his church members to strive at living a life to the glory of God. “The past year we faced many problems, which are bound to increase in 2022, but it is in the midst of such hurdles that God shows his glory and power,” he said.