“The Lord is aware of projects he has formed for Burundi, projects of peace and not of misfortune”
On may 08, 2022, the Head of State HE Evariste NDAYISHIMIYE joined the Christians of the Anglican Church of Burundi during a Sunday worship celebrated at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Bujumbura Town Hall. The Word of the day urged Burundians to always give glory to God for his priceless benefits.
The Bishop of Bujumbura, Mgr Eraste BIGIRIMANA, asked Christians not to take God's blessings for granted: “We complain as soon as difficulties arise. Let us learn to consider all the favors of God on our life. At all times, give thanks”
During this Easter period, President Evariste NDAYISHIMIYE encourage his compatriots to place their trust in God in all circumstances because “the Lord knows the projects he has formed for Burundi, projects of peace and not of misfortune, to give us a future and hope.”
By reminding Burundians that faith without works is vain, the Head of State His Excellency Evariste NDAYISHIMIYE warmly welcomed the involvement of the Anglican Church of Burundi in socio-economic development projects, particularly in the sectors of education, health and agro-livestock.
Laziness being a sin considered as the mother of all vices, the Head of State called on all religious leaders to lead by example by contributing to the development efforts of Burundi, like Saint Paul, whose the 2nd epistle to the Thessalonians specifies that “if someone does not want to work, he must not eat either”
More in this edition:
- “Burundi will always be part of the solutions and not of the conflicts”
- President NDAYISHIMIYE encourages collaboration within the quadrilogy for a better Burundi
- The United Kingdom is ready to support Burundi in the fight against terrorism
- The Vice-President of the Republic HE Prosper BAZOMBANZA receives in audience the Ambassador Delegate of the European Union to Burundi
- The President of the Senate urges teachers to increase school performance
- European Union Cooperation and Burundi
- The Turkish Company AKDAGLAR wants to open its gates in Burundi