Following the dreams Dennis Mugimba and I had on the exact same day last week, I cannot but be amazed at the goodness of God. Even now when the nation is experiencing financial hardship, the LORD wants you to know that He is still good as He has always been, and will do you good. Hallelujah!

In my dream on Thursday, I saw that my wife Geraldine and I had acquired a second house, this time in Lubowa. Apostle Joseph Serwadda then appeared and told me that, "This means that 'sente zo zigenda kwozesebwamu.'" (This Luganda saying means: your money is going to be multiplied).

In Dennis’ dream also on Thursday, he saw a man appear and put on me a shirt similar to the one I was donning. So I ended up having on me two identical shirts, one on top of the other.

God knew I would struggle to believe the dream of His goodness in giving us a second house in a very expensive location (having just entered our nice house in a good location). He therefore confirmed my dream by Dennis’ symbolic dream so that, “by two immutable things, in which it is impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation” (Hebrews 6:18). In times of national financial distress, God has spoken of my money increasing abundantly and acquiring a second house (whenever that will be), in an even nicer place! Hallelujah!

Now, God’s goodness is not exclusive to me. You too are a candidate of the goodness of God – even in famine. Therefore, “Do not fear; Zion (put you name), let not your hands be weak. The LORD your God in your midst, The Mighty One, will save (in this economic crisis); He will rejoice over you with gladness, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing”(Zephaniah 3:16a-17). Hallelujah!

Despite the bad economy, believe that God is committed to doing you good. He provided for Abraham during a severe famine (Genesis 12:10, 16). When another famine came in the days of Isaac, “The LORD blessed him. The man began to prosper, and continued prospering until he became very prosperous” (Genesis 26:1, 12-13). And in the days of Jacob and the twelve patriarchs, He abundantly took care of them in Egypt. “Now all these things happened to them as examples, and they were written for our admonition” (1 Corinthians 10:11). Indeed, just as He did in Bible times, God is going to take care of us irrespective of the poor performance of our economy. He is going to do this because He is good both in good and in bad times. As it is written, “You (LORD) are good, and do good” (Psalm 119:68).