Here are words straight from the heart of SGA-supported storyteller Alexandra as she is completely broken over the destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine. This is just a glimpse into the hearts of the people of Ukraine, as they endure incredible heartache and destruction.
Please continue to keep these people who are in the midst of the tragedy in your prayers. And please lift up many others who are trying to help save the lives of those trapped in the path of destruction—in the aftermath of the flooding from the Dnipro River. Pray with Alexandra that “God turns everything for good.”
From Alexandra’s telegram message to an SGA staff member:
“. . . The news about the dam breaking has been really frustrating. It’s made me speechless more than anything else. I wanted to message you or send a voice message, but every time I tried, I couldn’t stop crying.
The damage caused by the flooding is really terrible. Whole towns and thousands of houses have been destroyed, and it’s had a big impact on the environment. My heart hurts so much. I’ve never seen anything like this in my life. The scale of the consequences is terrifying. Whole towns went under the water. Thousands of houses will never be restored. So many lives are in danger. I can’t stop thinking about the elderly people who were trapped in the area that got flooded because the Ukrainian volunteers couldn’t reach them in places that are under the opposition’s control now.
Thank you for the opportunity to share my feelings with you. Keep praying for us. Hope God turns everything for good🙏
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