3/26/2022 – How Ukrainian pastors are praying

From Pastor Sxxxx: “Hundreds of thousands of people are suffering in the large cities of Ukraine, like Mariupol. I counted, and every 15 minutes Mariupol receives another round of bombs. We don’t know how many people simply can’t get out. That’s why today our church decided to set aside 3 days to fast and pray specifically for Mariupol.

“Ukraine is battling with a country that’s, what, 30 times bigger. But we know that everything is in God’s hands. People here are thinking about the reasons for this war, the circumstances, the enemy. So we are talking to people about these things. Even though people here will frequently say, ‘Glory to Ukraine,’ we seek to give all the glory to God.

“Please join us in praying for Mariupol and the smaller cities where people are trapped and suffering. “Pray for Russia, because Putin is destroying Russia and their relationship with other counties. “Pray for Ukrainians, that we would be able to preserve our ability to show mercy to our enemies. I’m thinking of a young Ukrainian man who brought wounded Russians to the local hospital. Pray we won’t be like the Russian army, but be like Jesus Christ was to his enemies.”

— Pastor S. in south Ukraine

5 responses to “3/26/2022 – How Ukrainian pastors are praying”

  1. Northwoods Presbyterian Church is praying for Ukraine and for the safety and encouragement of our Chrustian brothers and sisters. 💙💛

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  2. Northwoods Presbyterian Church is praying for peace in Ukraine and for safety and encouragement for our Christian brothers and sisters. 💙💛

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  3. Praying for all your requests and that Christ would continue to give you protection, comfort, strength and courage to lift up His name amid such suffering.

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  4. Amen, Glory to God. Praying through what you have asked.

    Your updates are so important and helpful as we pray.
    Thank you. May God hold you close and fill you with wisdom and strength.

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