Spiritual Revival in Russia

A Story from The “Mystic Post” January 26, 2014

The Russian people will come to glorify God the most, the West has made civilization progress, but act as if they are their own creator” – The Virgin Mary at Medjugorje 1981 

With America clearly in mind, Vladimir Putin declared,  “In many countries today, moral and ethical norms are being reconsidered. They’re now requiring not only the proper acknowledgment of freedom of conscience, political views and private life, but also the mandatory acknowledgment of the equality of good and evil.”

The utterly unthinkable transformation

Putin’s words on faith have stunned the world. Media around the globe,including conservative religious magazines, find themselves gasping looking for words to describe the utterly unthinkable transformation of Russian society. What is happening in Russia is nothing short of astonishing, but for those who follow Medjugorje have seen this coming for many years. It is only now the world is beginning to see the great prophecy of Medjugorje unfolding before our eyes.


Medjugorje Prophecy

The great prophecy from Medjugorje occurred on November 1, 1981, six months after Bulgarian assassin Mehmet Ali Ağca’s failed attempt to kill Pope John Paul II in St. Peter’s Square. Historians have concluded that Agca was assisted by the Soviet Union’s secret police.


Soviet Union at War with Christianity

In 1981, the Soviet Union was still very much an atheist state – at war with faith and Christianity – the Pope was a real threat to the totalitarian regime –  and so with this in mind, it is incredible to consider that the Virgin Mary, on November 1, 1981, told the six young Medjugorje visionaries that “Russia will come to glorify God the most, the West has made civilization progress, but act as if they are their own creator”   It is very critical to understand these precise words, as we fast forward a few decades to 2012.  Today we see both President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dimity Medvedev, attending church regularly. They are both devout Russian Orthodox Christians who are often seen in public venerating the Virgin Mary and kissing blessed Icons of the Madonna.  The startling spiritual revival in Russia is taking place at a time when a crisis of faith, precipitated by the clerical sex abuse catastrophe, is enveloping Christianity, both in Europe and the in the United States.

Source: http://mysticpost.com/2014/01/26/medjugorje-the-great-prophecy-is-unfolding/

Related Material: https://charliej373.wordpress.com/2014/10/31/prophecy-unfolds-hidden-before-our-eyes/


12 thoughts on “Spiritual Revival in Russia

  1. I understand that in situation of moral and spiritual bankruptcy in The West there are a lot of ppl who crave for some other option.
    And they see such an option in Russia.

    But nevertheless, i want to point 2 important moments:

    1)This moral and spiritual bankruptcy of the west not occured now. And it is not occured 10-20 years ago. Actually it always was there… at least last 200 years – for sure.
    The ppl just didn’t have anything to compare b\c USSR was under Iron Curtain. If there would be for examlple some kind of abolition of the Iron Curtain during soviet times – i swear you that talks about moral and spiritual bankruptcy of the west would appear much earlier.

    2)The post or rather the article(as i see there are a lot of copy-past) above is still full of fanatic BS (here we see very usual disease for the west almost in any subject\area – total absence of common sence)
    Also that info is from ppl who obviously know nothing nor about Russia nor about USSR – infantile narrow-minded fanatics who live in some their decaing bubble “world of ISMs.”

    Ask ANY! russian of proper age about morality and spirituality – all them will say you that comparing to USSR times ppl in Russia DEGRADED…degraded a lot!
    Still they are VERY FAR from the westerners in good sense…but the same time they are far from the soviet ppl in bad sense… unfortunately.

    This is very sad actually….. but it seems that skyhigh soviet level of morality and ethics and overall ppl humanity impossible to exist when the country is interacting with very decadent and harmful external social and moral enviroment, created mainly by western civilization during last 200-400 years around the globe and esp. around the Russia.


  2. i havent much to add really. interesting perspective – i visited Medjugorje many years ago now. It’s just a touristic circus these days, and interestingly it’s a Catholic holy site, but not one that has ever been ratified I think i’m right in saying. The teenagers are revered and you can buy postcards with their pictures.
    I dont think the west has issues with Putin – hates, fears both they do -but not because of religion. In fact I was unaware he’s particularly religious. Rather I suspect it’s mostly to do with ignorance and local politics. Whilst you vent anger or disapproval in one direction, no one notices what you’re doing to your own people. For many Western leaders, they use Putin deliberately as a distraction from their own actions.

    1. Actually nothing new reagarding the russian leader.
      Any leader who is truly russian and working for Russia have totaly the same destiny in the western view…. even afterdeath…

      Abs. the same was and is with Stalin.
      Totaly the same was and is with Ivan the 4th Grozniy (The Terrible).
      I wrote here before about how pathetic and silly is the western depict of Ivan Grozniy(The Terrible) comparing to his western colleagues of his time. And who was really terrible at that time ….

      But the most enlightened, demo(c)ratic and overall good leaders of Russia from western point of view were Gorbachev, Yeltsin….and you know what ? – even Lenin and Trotskiy during maybe first 3-4 years. If interested find articles about them from 1917-1922.

      I’m completely sure that if the west would exist in next 70 years – then in 50-70 years in history book one will be able to find another one terrible tyrrant and bloody dictator as addition to Stalin and Ivan the 4th Grozniy (the Terrible). Gues who it will be? )))

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