Armours of Glory Ministries

Armours of Glory Ministries

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Its time for everyone to get back on the road to heaven.

Are you worried of Corona-virus,sick, Surrounded by problems?

The Bible speaks often of miraculous healing through the work of Jesus Christ and faith in God. Our Lord is able to provide comfort and healing for you and your loved ones.

Psalm 18:2 says, "The LORD is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold."

Jeremiah 17:14says, "Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise."

If you're sick, trust God and pray this prayer...
Loving God, I pray that you will comfort me in my suffering, lend skill to the hands of my healers, and bless the means used for my cure. Give me such confidence in the power of your grace, that even when I am afraid, I may put my whole trust in you; through our Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.
Surely He shall deliver you from the snare of the fowler And from the perilous pestilence.
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If anyone in the U.S. would like to give to Charles at Armours of Glory Ministries, I have found that World Remit is a great way to send needed funds. They are similar to Pay Pal. They are currently running a special for referring a friend. For example, if I refer a friend who sends $100 or more overseas, then the friend gets a $20 voucher, and so do I. I tried this recently, and it worked. The vouchers don't come immediately, but they come about a week or two later. Anyhow, it made a $100 gift worth $40 more, and we were able to sow both $20 vouchers into the ministry, too. Here is my referral code. If anyone decides to use it, I will give any referral bonus I receive back to Armours of Glory Ministries. Here is the link:
I just spoke with Charles Luutu about the needs of the Armours of Glory Ministries. Monthly expenses for rent on the training center, home, and church add up 1,350,000 UGX, plus an additional 1,800,000 UGX for 30 days worth of food to feed 30 people. Surprisingly, the total is only $873 USD per month. What a bargain by U.S. standards! Please consider partnering with this ministry to meet these monthly expenses. The daily cost to feed one person per day is 55 cents. Hopefully, we can exceed this amount and help in a greater way, but I'd love to encourage others to consider this prayerfully and give to this worthy ministry. The training center houses 30 children (where they also attend school), and others come from some distance to receive training and materials.

Armour of Glory Ministries participate in Evangelism, Prison Ministry, Skills Development, Promotion of Youth,women &Children Talents, Family & Community E

Armour of Glory Ministries participate in Evangelism, Prison Ministry, Skills Development, Promotion of Youth,women &Children Talents, Family & Community Empowerment

Operating as usual

Photos from Armours of Glory Ministries's post 15/11/2021

Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.
Matthew 25:40 (NIV)

As Christians, we know God creates each person with equal worth, and He calls us to help the marginalized. Motivated by our Christian faith, Armours Of Glory Ministries works to help overcome discriminatory beliefs and end harmful practices like prenatal s*x selection, female ge***al mutilation, and gender-based violence. Together, we’re helping everyone see that all are made in the image of God — thanks for your prayers for women and girls.

God sees His daughters as beautiful, strong, and worthy of respect. But many millions of women and girls are not respected. Around the world.

Dear Lord, touch the lives of girls even before they’re born. Let them be born healthy and whole, and let their parents love and cherish them as much as You do. In Jesus'Name. Amen.

www.armoursofgloryministries.org

Photos from Armours of Glory Ministries's post 06/11/2021

We Can Do All What We Can For The Sake Of The Most Disadvantaged Children.

Armours Of Glory Ministries and Partners are working had to ensure that every child receives a good quality education, and learns the skills they will need to thrive in the future life. We are breaking down the barriers to education by helping marginalised and vulnerable children – including those who are living in conflict and disaster zones - access early childhood and primary school services. Our work is leading the way in improving literacy and numeracy skills, helping teachers to teach and children to learn. Through our work, we are supporting Orphans and Vulnerable children access education for the better success,so that they can get jobs which will provide them with enough money to survive when they grow.

Education transforms children’s lives by helping them to aquire knowledge for the better future. This leads to better health and increased income opportunities. Without it, many children remain trapped in a life of poverty and hardship.

We decided to go into tomato farming because of this cause.
We welcome friends and welwishers who are willing to join us.
www.armoursofgloryministries.org

29/10/2021

Poverty, ill health, and poor nutrition can undermine educational foundations, restricting what children are able to accomplish in the future.

Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.
Jesus (Matthew 25:40, NIV)

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Poverty, ill health, and poor nutrition can undermine educational foundations, restricting what children are able to accomplish in the future.

Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.
Jesus (Matthew 25:40, NIV)

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[10/21/21]   We Can’t Thank God Enough For What Is Doing For Us!
God has answered our prayers.
Our Pit Latrine Has Been Worked On!
No more bad smell
Thank you Jesus!

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[10/19/21]   Hello Friends!
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19/10/2021

WHY IS SERVING GOD SO HARD?

Why is serving God so hard? If you doubt the difficulty of faithful service consider what Jesus says about the matter. He describes the journey to heaven as “narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” (Matt. 7:14) It is far easier to ignore God and do as one pleases than it is to reach heaven. As Christ said in the same context, “wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it.” (Matt. 7:13)

You might think the choice is obvious and easy considering what the Bible says about heaven and hell, but that’s not the issue. We can want to do what is right and best without success. For example, a drunkard may intellectually understand he needs to quit drinking, but it is still hard to do. Sadly most don’t stop drinking even though they know continuing the practice is destructive.

There is not a thing anyone can do to make a Christian’s service easy. (2 Tim. 3:12) However, if we understand and believe it is worth the cost we’ll be more likely to pay the price. (Rom. 8:18) I don’t mean to leave the impression we are without help, because God gives us strength to endure and overcome. (1 Cor. 10:13) The question is, do we have enough faith to trust in and accept God’s way.

Why is serving God so hard, because inherent difficulty comes with the territory. Satan wants our loyalty and he will do everything in his power to draw us away from Christ. (Peter 5:8) He knows the power of illicit lust and the difficulty of self-control in our lives. The devil uses our family and friends, society, and even government to test our faith. Satan is active and patient in his work to disrupt our spiritual conviction. We face the hardships of life as everyone else, and more because of our effort to please God.

Serving God is not easy because of the “unnatural” elements of Christianity. Think about this for a moment, many biblical principles and teachings go against human reason and wisdom. The Creation account of Genesis doesn’t fit with academia’s answer to origin. (Gen. 1) Man’s view of equity and justice often contradict God’s teaching. We’re told fair-minded people accept homos*xuality, but God condemns it as sin. (Rom. 1:24-28) Tolerant people receive others as they are, but God calls for sinners to change. (Acts 17:30-31)

Why is serving God so hard, because we live in a world where self-interest motivates people. (3 John 9-10) Everyone wants their own “rights” upheld and defended, without any consideration of others. Freedom of speech now means people can use profanity anywhere and anytime they want. It says a woman can murder her unborn baby simply because she doesn’t want the child. Clearly selfishness and pride overrule good conduct, but God teaches us to put others before ourselves. (1 Cor. 10:24)

It is not easy serving God because of how He expects us to treat others. The Bible talks about loving family and friends, and there is not too much difficulty with that. However, we’re commanded to love our enemies, which is not natural. (Matt 5:43-48) Christians must not retaliate when mistreated, but that is exactly what we may want to do. (Rom. 12:19) We take the gospel to the lost, but some of those may be the most despicable and profane people of the world. It is just not natural to show kindness and goodness to such individuals.

Most of us think about the future and we may even do some planning, but we’re often nearsighted in the way we live. (2 Peter 1:8-10) Too many live for the moment’s satisfaction. It’s all about what feels good now or how to make life easier today. The night’s party and goodtime motivates the binge drinker, but he doesn’t worry about the consequences the next day. The adulterer is only thinking about the s*xual satisfaction of the moment and not the effects on his family. God teaches us to look to the eternal future when making our daily decisions. By keeping our mind’s eye on heaven we can endure the trials and difficulties of life. (Col. 3:1-2)

Do you have unanswered questions about God, life, and eternity? (Deut. 29:29) We are inquisitive people and we want answers to our questions. A young child may ask a million whys growing up, or so it seems to parents. Scientists seek solutions to problems and they want to resolve the unknown. While there is nothing wrong with asking why, there is danger if we don’t accept our limits. We do not have all the answers, and in fact, in this life we will never have all the answers. Science cannot tell us about origin or cure every disease. Mom and dad don’t have all the answers for their children’s questions. It is hard to serve God if we’re not satisfied with the information and answers He’s given us. (2 Peter 1:3) He has told us about our creation, why we are here, and what we need to do to prepare for eternity. Do not let the whys get the better of you or lose your faith because you don’t have all the solutions.

It is hard to serve the Lord because His ways are not our ways. It is not enough to believe in god, we must accept and obey the true and living God. From the beginning of time, man has invented his own method of worship based on his personal idea of deity. We would do well to remember the prophet’s words, “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, Nor are your ways My ways,” says the LORD.” (Isa. 55:8) God is higher and greater than us in every way. (Isa.55:9) People reject God’s plain truth about salvation or express dissatisfaction with His simple requirements because they don’t fit their ways and thoughts. Read the story of Naaman for a better understanding of this point. (2 Kings 5:1-15)

The denominational world tries to make religious service easy and non-judgmental. They confuse biblical teaching by tampering with and changing its message. Some look to denominationalism as an alternative to New Testament Christianity, and may envy the watered down version of service. It is not unlike what happened to the Jews in the Old Testament. It’s impossible to serve God when we do what is right in our own eyes apart from the Word. (Prov. 21:2) We must trust in Christ and the Bible to remain faithful. It is hard, but it’s not impossible to do what is right if our strength is the Lord

www.armoursofgloryministries.org

WHY IS SERVING GOD SO HARD?

Why is serving God so hard? If you doubt the difficulty of faithful service consider what Jesus says about the matter. He describes the journey to heaven as “narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” (Matt. 7:14) It is far easier to ignore God and do as one pleases than it is to reach heaven. As Christ said in the same context, “wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it.” (Matt. 7:13)

You might think the choice is obvious and easy considering what the Bible says about heaven and hell, but that’s not the issue. We can want to do what is right and best without success. For example, a drunkard may intellectually understand he needs to quit drinking, but it is still hard to do. Sadly most don’t stop drinking even though they know continuing the practice is destructive.

There is not a thing anyone can do to make a Christian’s service easy. (2 Tim. 3:12) However, if we understand and believe it is worth the cost we’ll be more likely to pay the price. (Rom. 8:18) I don’t mean to leave the impression we are without help, because God gives us strength to endure and overcome. (1 Cor. 10:13) The question is, do we have enough faith to trust in and accept God’s way.

Why is serving God so hard, because inherent difficulty comes with the territory. Satan wants our loyalty and he will do everything in his power to draw us away from Christ. (Peter 5:8) He knows the power of illicit lust and the difficulty of self-control in our lives. The devil uses our family and friends, society, and even government to test our faith. Satan is active and patient in his work to disrupt our spiritual conviction. We face the hardships of life as everyone else, and more because of our effort to please God.

Serving God is not easy because of the “unnatural” elements of Christianity. Think about this for a moment, many biblical principles and teachings go against human reason and wisdom. The Creation account of Genesis doesn’t fit with academia’s answer to origin. (Gen. 1) Man’s view of equity and justice often contradict God’s teaching. We’re told fair-minded people accept homos*xuality, but God condemns it as sin. (Rom. 1:24-28) Tolerant people receive others as they are, but God calls for sinners to change. (Acts 17:30-31)

Why is serving God so hard, because we live in a world where self-interest motivates people. (3 John 9-10) Everyone wants their own “rights” upheld and defended, without any consideration of others. Freedom of speech now means people can use profanity anywhere and anytime they want. It says a woman can murder her unborn baby simply because she doesn’t want the child. Clearly selfishness and pride overrule good conduct, but God teaches us to put others before ourselves. (1 Cor. 10:24)

It is not easy serving God because of how He expects us to treat others. The Bible talks about loving family and friends, and there is not too much difficulty with that. However, we’re commanded to love our enemies, which is not natural. (Matt 5:43-48) Christians must not retaliate when mistreated, but that is exactly what we may want to do. (Rom. 12:19) We take the gospel to the lost, but some of those may be the most despicable and profane people of the world. It is just not natural to show kindness and goodness to such individuals.

Most of us think about the future and we may even do some planning, but we’re often nearsighted in the way we live. (2 Peter 1:8-10) Too many live for the moment’s satisfaction. It’s all about what feels good now or how to make life easier today. The night’s party and goodtime motivates the binge drinker, but he doesn’t worry about the consequences the next day. The adulterer is only thinking about the s*xual satisfaction of the moment and not the effects on his family. God teaches us to look to the eternal future when making our daily decisions. By keeping our mind’s eye on heaven we can endure the trials and difficulties of life. (Col. 3:1-2)

Do you have unanswered questions about God, life, and eternity? (Deut. 29:29) We are inquisitive people and we want answers to our questions. A young child may ask a million whys growing up, or so it seems to parents. Scientists seek solutions to problems and they want to resolve the unknown. While there is nothing wrong with asking why, there is danger if we don’t accept our limits. We do not have all the answers, and in fact, in this life we will never have all the answers. Science cannot tell us about origin or cure every disease. Mom and dad don’t have all the answers for their children’s questions. It is hard to serve God if we’re not satisfied with the information and answers He’s given us. (2 Peter 1:3) He has told us about our creation, why we are here, and what we need to do to prepare for eternity. Do not let the whys get the better of you or lose your faith because you don’t have all the solutions.

It is hard to serve the Lord because His ways are not our ways. It is not enough to believe in god, we must accept and obey the true and living God. From the beginning of time, man has invented his own method of worship based on his personal idea of deity. We would do well to remember the prophet’s words, “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, Nor are your ways My ways,” says the LORD.” (Isa. 55:8) God is higher and greater than us in every way. (Isa.55:9) People reject God’s plain truth about salvation or express dissatisfaction with His simple requirements because they don’t fit their ways and thoughts. Read the story of Naaman for a better understanding of this point. (2 Kings 5:1-15)

The denominational world tries to make religious service easy and non-judgmental. They confuse biblical teaching by tampering with and changing its message. Some look to denominationalism as an alternative to New Testament Christianity, and may envy the watered down version of service. It is not unlike what happened to the Jews in the Old Testament. It’s impossible to serve God when we do what is right in our own eyes apart from the Word. (Prov. 21:2) We must trust in Christ and the Bible to remain faithful. It is hard, but it’s not impossible to do what is right if our strength is the Lord

www.armoursofgloryministries.org

Photos from Armours of Glory Ministries's post 18/10/2021

Armours Of Glory Ministries

Our primary focus is working with disadvantaged children.

The door is open for those who are willing to join us and support the cause.

AGLOM we're addressing the needs of the most disadvantaged Children and Vulnerable Youths in the community.

www.armoursofgloryministries.org

17/10/2021

Matthew 9:35-38
The Harvest Is Plentiful, the Laborers Few

35 And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and healing every disease and every affliction. 36 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. 37Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; 38 thereforepray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”

Dear God, send the laborers and pour favour upon us. In Jesus'Name. Amen

www.armoursogloryministries.org

Matthew 9:35-38
The Harvest Is Plentiful, the Laborers Few

35 And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and healing every disease and every affliction. 36 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. 37Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; 38 thereforepray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”

Dear God, send the laborers and pour favour upon us. In Jesus'Name. Amen

www.armoursogloryministries.org

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Armour of Glory Ministries participate in Evangelism, Prison Ministry, Skills Development, Child sponsorship, Promotion of Youth,women &Children Talents, Family & Community Empowerment

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