7/3/2022 – Brasov, Romania

From Lxxx (Day 128): Dear brothers and sisters, I wish you a good worship day! We are going to worship in a new place here in Brasov today. It’s so good that Christians from different churches of Ukraine can be together as a church.

I talked to our Dr. Axxx this morning. She is very busy, but it looks like she never gets tired. She told about their needs and was very thankful again for the help they receive from different missions. Though she is busy sometimes she can come to the church but it’s not often.

Ixxx had some free days this week and could be with our youth during their meeting. They were very happy and had some fun together.

Txxx had a group meeting with refugees yesterday and was glad to see them rather stable. The events that happened in our area this week of course worried them but didn’t cause much problems. Even Oxxx felt OK. They do a lot of writing and thinking and are ready to move ahead with their lives. It’s encouraging. We were talking with Txxx yesterday about new people who come to our breakfasts on Tuesday. When I come back ( I hope it will be next week) I will organize them in a new group.

Our area was bombed a lot last week and many places suffered destructions and deaths. In village Mayaki, which is also close to our town, 65 private buildings were destroyed. In one of the photos you can see a man working on the place of the ruined house of his mother. There is the video where he professes his faith and praises the Lord. It’s unbelievable but his mother was able to survive in the ruined building we can see in the background. In another photo we can see a two-year old child in the village looking at what is left of her house.

As we worship today let’s praise God and ask him to help us see His good in the worst moments of our life.

In Christ,

6 responses to “7/3/2022 – Brasov, Romania”

  1. Dear Lxxx,

    May you have a good Lords Day.

    You are right – it is so good different churches from Ukraine can be together in the Lord’s Day.

    The pictures you send communicate in important ways to us. Thank you.

    To praise the Lord in the midst of the sorrow and destruction helps us see the Lord so clearly – we learn from seeing the faithfulness the Lord gives you. Glory to Him.

    I pray with you to the Lord to see the good in the worst moments.

    You are a blessing Lxxx, sending loove in Christ

    Pra for Dr. Axxx.


  2. Thank you, Lord. for giving Your people resilience in the midst of tragedy. May You, O Heavenly Father, continue to build Your church; the gates of Hell or Russians cannot prevail against it!


  3. Dear Lxxx,
    Thank you for your faithful updates. It helps us to pray well for you. We set aside time during our weekly Sunday prayer meetings to lift up our brothers and sisters in Ukraine. Tonight we will be praying Psalm 144:7-8: Reach down your hand from on high, deliver Ukraine from the mighty waters, from the hands of foreigners whose mouths are full of lies and whose right hands are deceitful. In Christ, Elizabeth

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  4. Dear Lxxx,
    Here is a song we sang at church today, I hope it encourages you, as it did me.

    Christ Is All
    (Matt Boswell | Matt Papa; CCLI License #11233449)

    I’ve found a treasure that can’t be taken, found a well that won’t run dry
    O worldly pleasure be now forsaken, behold what love what life is mine

    Could endless striving now make me righteous
    Could all my works now grant me hope
    Oh hallelujah the blood of Jesus, my only plea my only boast

    Christ is all Christ is all, and my song will ever be
    Christ is all, all in all
    And my song will ever be, Christ is all

    And in the trial when storms are raging
    Though tears may fall my soul will rise
    For there’s a peace that is mine unchanging
    There is a joy that never dies

    When life is passing and strength is fading
    I’ll see the One that I adore
    Let this world vanish oh give me Jesus
    My great desire my true reward

    Love in Christ,


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