From Lxxx (Day 135): Dear brothers and sisters, I wish you a good morning and a good day. Greetings to your churches!
Every morning when I wake up here in Brasov and look into the window I see mountains and immediately a verse from Psalm 121 comes to my mind:” I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence comes my help, My help comes from the Lord…..”
Yesterday Kxxx came late in the evening very tired, she was driving for twelve hours and there was a problem with her car that added some stress but she safely came back and we all were very happy to see her.
Tanya sent me the photos of the group meeting yesterday. Because many people come, they are divided into smaller groups to be able to communicate more productively. Sxxxx helps Txxx and leads one of the small groups. Txxx works with some people individually afterwards.
Rxxxx shared a message he received from his relative who lives in occupied Kherson. She has diabetes and there is a big problem to find medicines there and she can’t buy sugar substitute. She writes that she stays at home all the time and doesn’t want to go outside to avoid problems that might happen if you meet occupants in the street. But sometimes she has to go out to look for food. The streets of the city turned into spontaneous markets, where people try to sell or barter different things, mostly food. It’s strange when people sell meat and fish in such a hot weather under burning sun without a refrigerator, but there is no choice and people buy the products there. The prices are very high, those who still have money buy only little bit of something.
There was an official message to people in Kherson region to leave this area if possible or to find shelter with water and food supply for some period. It means that our army is preparing an advance to liberate this area.
It was interesting to read the chat where Pxxxx Lxxxxxx, our brave soldier and spiritual warrior, answers his brother who is upset because of his communication with people from other countries who openly support Russia. This is what Pxxxx writes: “ I don’t care much about their opinion, I am busy now. Few days ago the enemy artillery completely destroyed a school in the village near us, we are finding out their location and will destroy them soon. And when we finish this war I will be ready to talk to people with different opinions”
Please, pray for the soldiers who stand for their country. Pray with us for people who stay in the occupied zones. And pray for the liberation of our territories. Also, please, continue to pray for our fields and for our harvest.