Russian Christians pray for all who have lost loved ones and suffered in terrorist attacks in Brussels

Official releases
MOSCOW (RUSSIA) - Edward Grabovenko, Head Bishop of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith on behalf of Russian Christians expressed deep condolences to all who have been under terrorist attacks, and those who lost loved ones in the capital of Belgium.

“Tragic news about the death of innocent civilians as a result of the terrorist attacks in the capital of Belgium brought deep sorrow in our hearts. On behalf of the Russian Christians we offer deep condolences to all who have been under terrorist attacks, and who have lost their loved ones. We grieve and pray for the families of the deceased and for the injured. May the Lord restore their mental strength, comfort their hearts and heal physical wounds. Also, our prayers today for those servants who are on duty, facing this evil and ensuring safety of the citizens. May the Lord strengthen their hearts and give courage.

Any act of violence and terrorism is a challenge to the whole world, disrespect for the law and basic values of life. Christians around the world are united in intercessory prayer for Belgium and for Europe. We pray for peace and safety and believe that the Lord saves. We know that our home is in heaven, so no evil can shake our faith. The Lord Jesus is the only hope. Let's do all we can, so that many more people come to Him and accept Him as their Lord and Savior.”

The Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith