#TestimonyTuesday – God on the move in Ukraine
Every Tuesday we’ll post a testimony with the hashtag #TestimonyTuesday.
It’s a great idea I was inspired to imitate, from another blogger. Testimonies are so powerful because they are truths from our life. I love reading them, and look forward to reading many more.
Testimonies are so wonderfully powerful!
This testimony comes from a friend called Darlene, via DingDash.
And, if you don’t know what DingDash is, then let me tell you! Because it is a superb way of easily staying in contact with people from all around the world – especially in closed nations. And, on an even higher plus point, there are no fact checkers or censorship! We love it and have made some great friends.
It is at it simplest level, a brilliant social media platform developed and created by the good people over at Back to Jerusalem. It is telling – when you add the app to your phone, it shocking that are pretty much no ‘permissions’ needed…and yet it still functions quite happily.
God on the move in Ukraine
Tonight I have a testimony to share, but it’s not my own. My husband’s cousin lived with us over a period of several years and then married a year ago this past December. She and her husband maintain a close relationship with is and join is for our evening meal (do you call it dinner or supper?) most Wednesdays.
Two of her brothers have been living in Kiev, Ukraine. They had no money to leave. They are young men and men were not being allowed to leave. They are Ghanaian and apparently black people were not being allowed to leave.
God worked several miracles and they are now in Poland!
This was truly a miraculous escape.
Maybe it was a compassionate police officer, or was it an angel who assisted them? One of these young men didn’t even have his passport as it was out of the country for renewal.
If you’ve enjoyed this week’s testimony, we’d love to share your own testimony, so why not submit it so we can publish it, and encourage others too.
Please note that while we’d love to publish every testimony we receive, we simply aren’t able to. Therefore, we’ll only publish testimonies that we feel best fit the overall message, topic and theme of the BerryBunch.family Ministry.
There is no minimum or maximum length and we may choose to make edits before publishing, at our discretion, to ensure it is as easy to read as possible.
Please remember to include your first name, so people have a name to associate with your testimony.
Please send any testimonies to us via the Form on our “Contact Us” Page.
Written by The BerryBunch