11/24/2022 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky: Aftermath of massive attack

From Lyuda (Day 274): Dear brothers and sisters, I want to wish Happy Thanksgiving to all our American friends! May God bless your day as you gather with your families today to give thanks for this love and mercy. And we thank God for you, for your love and care, for your prayers and help.

Yesterday morning I was writing about three peaceful days we had in our area, I didn’t know then what was going to happen. In the afternoon the enemy made a massive attack that destroyed important power supply units leaving almost all Ukraine without power. Now we have no electricity and because of it there is no water and no central heating. Our mobile networks work very badly. We don’t know how much time it will take to repair the damage and if it’s possible to repair it soon, so we need to learn how to live in the limited conditions. People who live in tall apartment buildings have the most difficult situation, in addition to all problems the elevators don’t work. The best decision for them would be to move to the villages where people live in private houses with wood and coal heating and there are well with water almost in every yard.
Sergey and I are so thankful to live in the house of our parents now where there is a well with water and we can heat the building using wood.

We are going to the church now and we will discuss what we will do in case of long electricity outing. May be the people of our congregation who live in private houses will invite people from the apartment buildings to stay with them during this black period. Our thoughts are also about our refugees.
We will turn on a generator in the church and I hope there will be internet and I will send this message.

We hope with God’s help we will be able to meet the needs of people now.
We wish you to have a good day. May God bless you!
In Christ,
Lyuda

P.S. There are photos of our counselor Vika and her pastor Paul working in a soup kitchen in Odessa.

4 responses to “11/24/2022 – Belgorod Dnestrovsky: Aftermath of massive attack”

  1. Dear Lyuda,
    Praying for you all without electricity.

    You are not forgotten over here
    You are our dear brothers and sisters
    In Christ,
    Your sister
    Anne

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  2. Praying for miracles and that God will keep the people of Ukraine warm and resilent. Keep you eyes fixed on the Lord and remember that our God is the God who is able to do exceedingly and abundantly above all we ask or think” — Ephesians 3:20. We love you and are praying for you!

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  3. Lyuda, as a retired utility worker (power company and telephone company), I can appreciate what the workers are faced with in Ukraine. My work involved the electronics that controlled what you see out in the open. Their task is monumental! I am praying that the russians’ plans are thwarted, and Ukraine can have electric power this winter.

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