Head Bishop Edward Grabovenko expressed deep condolences to French people

Official releases
MOSCOW (RUSSIA) - These days, the people of France is experiencing tragic moments. Head Bishop of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith Edward Grabovenko on behalf of Russian Christians expressed sincere condolences and sympathies to all who have been under terrorist attacks, and who have lost their loved ones.

“In this difficult time, when the terrorists are trying to intimidate civilians, we support the French people with our prayers. The terrible events that took place on November 13 in Paris, tell us about the unprecedented desire of blood and hatred of people, driven by demonic ideas.

Terrorism has no nationality, has no confession. Terrorism is an evil that is trying to make our lives unstable and uncertain.

I believe that today Christians around the world stand in solidarity with France against terror and are united in prayer for France and all of Europe. We, Christians of Russia, express deep condolences and sympathies to the people of France and we pray for all those who lost their loved ones, pray for all the French people, for the people of other European countries. Our prayers are that God would keep safe all people, that nations continue to be friends, and children grow up in peace.”

The Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith (The Russian Pentecostal Union)