SUBJECTED To INTENSE PERSECUTION

Authors: Galina V Andreyev
Publisher: Xulon Press
Keywords: persecution, intense, subjected
Pages: 298
Published: 2012-05-07
Language: English
Category: Christian Living, Christian Books & Bibles,
ISBN-10: 1619969130     ISBN-13: 9781619969131
Binding: Paperback
List Price: 16.99 USD
The author, Galina Andreyev (Khailo), was born in 1962, in the former USSR in the city of Krasniy Luch, English translation is "Red Beam". She grew up in a Christian family of 15 children. Behind the closed "Iron Curtain", the KGB persecuted faithful Christians including Galina's parents for their beliefs in Christ. Vladimir Khailo, Galina's father "started new underground church in his house, and by doing that he subjected himself to be persecuted for Christ because he knows that Jesus is the Truth and He is the Way to Heaven. Vladimir suffered for Jesus Christ in Soviet prison for seven years. KGB tortured the Khailo family with prisons and experimental drugs for Parents' Faith. Galina was over six months pregnant, the KGB tortured her with drugs and killed the baby. Through all the years of persecution and torture, family felt the presence of God. God had never let the family down. The U.S. Congress and Christian Solidarity International demanded the Soviet KGB to stop torturing the family and they demanded the Soviet government to let the family to freedom. In 1987, while the Soviet "Iron Curtain" was closed, Galina's family was permitted to leave the USSR and with the greatest exception they were allowed to enter the United States of America. This is a miracle that was performed by our God. What was impossible for the family, God made it possible. God raised the family up, to more than they could be. All this was the act of God. Praise the Lord! Galina V Andreyev, Khailo

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