Famous Saints’ Prophecies About the Future of Russia

This article originally appeared on a new site about the Christian renaissance in Russia, called Russian Faith.

Their introductory video is at end of this article.


St. Anatole the Younger of Optina (1917) 

“There will be a storm. And the Russian ship will be smashed to pieces. But people can be saved even on splinters and fragments. And not everyone will perish. One must pray, everyone must repent and pray fervently. And what happens after a storm?

…There will be a calm.’

At this everyone said: ‘But there is no more ship, it is shattered to pieces; it has perished, everything has perished.’

‘It is not so,’ said Batiushka. ‘A great miracle of God will be manifested. And all the splinters and fragments, by the will of God and His power, will come together and be united, and the ship will be rebuilt in its beauty and will go on its own way as foreordained by God.

And this will be a miracle evident to everyone.” [Orthodox Russia, 1970, no. 1, p. 9].

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