Our friend, Tym, from BTJ Poland, did a podcast with Eugene a little while ago and shared that many in Poland were “getting used to” the war in Ukraine against Russia. Tym also reported about the new BTJ project of printing Bibles for the Ukrainian troops. This project has come to fruition and is impacting the Ukrainian soldiers on the front lines. This may be the last time in their lives that they are able to hear the gospel or hold a Bible.
Although the media has lost interest and many treat it as a foregone conclusion that Ukraine will be overcome by the larger nation, God is at work. The Church has been praying and needs to continue to pray for the believing Ukrainians and the believing soldiers in the Russian army.
Tym has sent some pictures showing the delivery of the special camouflaged Bibles to the Ukrainian troops. Please use these pictures as a reminder to pray daily for fellow believers.
In the Hebrew Bible, God gave orders for the Jewish people to place markers in many different ways – standing stones, TziTzi, and the Mezuzahs on the door frames. God knows that we can often be forgetful, so He established many ways for us to remember to focus upon His glorious nature. Please take this moment to seize this opportunity to print these pictures out and place them in spots where you will see them. This will remind us to pray for these people consistently.