The following are excerpts from return letters received from offenders at the prison units. All names and identifying material have been removed to protect their identity. Everything was unsolicited and are shared here to let youu know how grateful and sincere these men are and appreciate all you do for them. Especially our prayers.
“Some of this units’ prayer warriors, church leaders have gone on to be with Jesus in heaven…. Thank you so much for your encouragement, your blessings and your devotion to all of us here at this out of the way place in Texas. But this is where God has chosen for many of us to let Jesus light shine. Just as the Sun-Son is the greater light. We his church, his bride are as the moon which shines a reflection of His Great Light.”
…. I come positive of this virus. I was deadly sick for three days. I almost die like twelve of my fellow inmates. But Sister Linda, “GOD IS SO GOOD”, “REAL”, “ALIVE” “HIS WORD IS TRUTH, “HIS PROMISES ARE REAL. I was and still declaring health and blessings over me and my family. The LOVE OF GOD for us is immense that I feel so full of joy and peace, that sometimes feel like I don’t deserve. But you know what? He said to me, “YOU ARE MY SON AND I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!” Go to Verses: 2 Timothy 1:9, Psalms 23, 91, Joshua 1:8-9, 2 Chronicles 7:14 “The entire Bible become a live in me, in my life. “GLORY TO GOD!” Sister Linda, Brother Jim, “I love you. Thank you. May God Bless you.”
I will say that the Study had opened up my mind on new revelation on the grace of Jesus Christ. I have been free of a lot of things that I could not let go, cause I thought that I had to continue seeking forgiveness from God. But as I learn by reading and studying the Bible Study at hand, I was given understanding that I have been forgiven and that I don’t have to continue seeking forgiveness, but the understanding I am forgiven from when Christ died for me. Believe me, it gave ma a big relief of pressure that I felt unworthy. But I know that the Lord has me on a path that will help me learn more as I get closer to going home. But going home will be the beginning of a new start to what the Lord will show me to do for the Kingdom of God. “Because it is not I who lives but him who lives in me,” that we live a better and responsible, effective life with him as our Lord and Savior. I thank God for bringing me here to this unit. We know that God has his reasons why I was put here after 12 years of imprisonment. But those years have been learning and seeking more of Christ and getting to know more of what he has showed me at different units that I have been on. But one thing I know is that God was the one the one they saw in me. It shows that if we stay in the Lord we shall prosper in all that we do.”