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Here is Bro. Gerald Sutek preaching at the International Train Station, downtown Kiev. Our interpreter, Anatoly Schibrik is our main interpreter for the translation work of the King James Bible into the Russian tongue. He also was the Soviet Judo champ some 30 years ago.
Here are some people that stood by close up to hear the Gospel preached. There were others listening not in the picture. We can still get any where from 20-40 people to stop and hear us publicly proclaim the word of God. What a blessing!
Bro. Sutek sang in English and gained onlookers' attention while one of our men, Igor held his banner (left). Igor won't say a word, nor move while holding the banner. You'd think he was standing on guard at a guard post. He is intimidating. He keeps the creeps off us.
On the left is Dima, one of my own kin here in Kiev and also my son in the Lord. He came out to help "tract" along with my wife and three girls. We had a great time out in the street where at one time communist rallies were held and common. It is good to be in the Lord's army preaching the Book, exalting God's words, making hell hot, heaven sweet and seeing sinners come to a saving knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
It's Banner time! Thousands of people walked by and even stopped to look at the banners and hear preaching. The tall banner is Bro. Sutek's that he brought up from Romania. The other two are those which we usually use on the street and in our tent meetings. A picture is worth a thousand words! Only God knows how many millions of people will have to give an account at the Great White Throne Judgment for not receiving Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior after having heard the Gospel and seeing those vivid banners.
Here are most of the men that labored in the Lord's work that day, Saturday, the 30th of May, 2009. We had about 4 souls saved. I was really glad to see Bro. Sutek and some of his men, a couple of Romanians that he has trained in Public Ministry. Bro. Sutek also brought up a young man, Mack Isabell, the son of Tim Isabell missionaries to southern Ukraine and nearby countries. There were about 10 other men, nationals from Kiev or other parts of the country whom God has given me the opportunity to teach in Institute classes here in Kiev. May God give us more men that will be willing to be fools for Christ's sake and for His glory. Amen!
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