3/11/2022 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky

From Lxxx (Day 16): Dear brothers and sisters, We thank you for your faithful prayers. We feel God’s hand with us. We still have peaceful life in our area. There were not much food in the stores,the trucks that bring food didn’t work because of often air alarms. But we still had basic food – bread, cheese, pasta. Now they began to work and we have more choice. Yesterday we could buy milk products and even some meat. It looks like the enemy decided to concentrate all forces around Kiev and other big cities but Odessa is still free and safe. Yesterday a big air bomb was found in the village nearby. It fell but didn’t explode. Praise the Lord! Txxx, the counselor of our center with a group of volunteers visited yesterday our military block posts that protect the entrances to our town. They brought them food and New Testaments and talked to them. One of my former students who was there shared how encouraging it was for them. They were keeping watch there and God sent them what they needed – physical and spiritual food. The weather is really cold here and we see how God directs the weather to stop the enemy. The plan of landing from the sea failed because of severe storm that lasted several days. It is frosty and snowy today. Please, pray for our country and for us to work for the glory of God.

In Christ, Sxxx and Lxxx

7 responses to “3/11/2022 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky”

  1. There’s not enough room to type it all out, but for prayers of despair and hope, read Psalms 138-146. It only takes about 10 minutes to read them out loud.


  2. “The plan of landing from the sea failed because of severe storm that lasted several days.”
    Thanking God for His power and care!


  3. Our Lord Adonai is still on the throne! I praise and thank Him for your protection and opportunities to share His love. May He continue to keep you and the church safe and strong. We pray for all in harms way and more strength and faith to endure. Much love to all of you who are sharing the love of Jesus.


  4. Tonight we read from Psalm 9
    “The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.

    And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.

    We give thanks that the Lord has not forsaken His people. May He continue to show himself as a strong tower where the righteous can run and be safe. May He continue to provide all that you need according to his riches in Christ Jesus. May the peace that passes understanding be yours.


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