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March 29, 2017 at 1:41 pm

END TIME: Russia has banned any form of religion soon it will be universal


Troubling times for the Church in Russia as the State tries to seal loopholes for anyone to meet Christ.


A new law has been signed this week by President Putin stating that:


1) Foreign guests are not permitted to speak in churches unless they have a “work permit” from Russian authorities


2) If a friend or relative from outside Russia wishes to share his/her faith in your home the guest will be fined and expelled from Russia.


3) Any discussion of God with non-believers is considered missionary activity and will be punishable.


4) Missionary activity will be permitted by special government permission. Example: If one travelling on a train shares his faith without written permission, the offender will be taken into police custody for the duration of the journey and will be fined 50,000 rubles ($1,000).

Offenders from the age of 14-years-old will be subject to prosecution


5) Religious activity is no longer permitted in private homes. Most churches in Russia meet in homes.


6) Every citizen is obligated to report religious activity of neighbors to the authorities. Failure to be an informant is punishable by law.


7) One may pray and read the Bible at home but not in the presence of a non-believing person. You will be breaking the law and be punished.


8) If the church has purchased property it cannot be converted into a place of worship.


9) In church buildings, it is not permitted to invite people to turn to God. Worship services are permitted but making a non-believer a follower of Christ is against the law.

Let us pray against such evil statutes.



When I visited Russia I was happy to see the huge n wonderful churches and now it slowly changing year by year I visited in the year 2013 wonderful experience I enjoyed it but am shocked by this upcoming situation I hope For better life for the people of Russia specially Christian…. IMG_20170329_122625

March 29, 2017 at 3:35 pm

This is a great change …I mean religious change that is taking place in Russia. Some of them are nice but not all. Religious activities should be confined to a particular place. If it is allowed in private houses it may lose its sanctity. There may be persons who may like such activity. Allowing such persons inside a church may perhaps be not appropriate. We can not insist on it also.

In India, the temples were used as a meeting place for rebellious activities and speeches against the Government. They were gathering in temples and making a plot to topple the Emperors. They actually became the breeding centers of Revolt. It is for this and some other reasons, some Mughal emperors have resorted to desecration of temples showing iconoclastic tendency.


I do not think such a situation is prevailing in Russia to topple Mr. Putin..