Thursday, May 21, 2020

More Letters from the "Sower Family Inside"

I am 81 years old and I have been incarcerated since 1974. I was recently introduced to your ministry by another inmate and he said you could possibly add my name to your mailing list to receive your Seeds of Hope. If you could do this, I would be most grateful to you. I wish to say thank you in advance. -L

Thank you for your prayers for my daughter and grandkids. I’m praying for your ministry to be financially secure and many reap the blessings from attending the Bible College. I wish I could go! This is holy week so I reflect on the April 8 Seed of Hope and the prayer was fantastic. Help us all Lord Jesus reflect on the cross!  -A 

Please pray for healing for my mother and father, for my placement in protective management unit because I’m at serious risk of harm; for my pending case in  court and future cases to be filed for bringing positive reform to the system and my release from prison and protection for my friends. I recently transferred. Will you please be so kind as to change your records to reflect my new mailing address so I can continue to receive the Seeds of Hope and newsletter because they truly are a blessing in my life. I also would like to thank your ministry and those who make it possible for me to receive it through donations to your ministry. May the Lord continue to richly bless and keep each of you and your loved ones as He continues to guide you in His perfect will.  -G 

I am writing to you because I really do read your daily devotions book day by day because I get a lot out of them and I want to ask you as well as begging you to please put me back on your mailing list. Also please send me your daily devotional book month by month if you do not mind and try to make it on time please. Thank you so much and keep up the good work for the Lord Jesus Christ. I hope and pray that the Lord Jesus continues to bless your ministry. It has been a long time since I heard from you all. I want you to know that I pray for you as well as your church members and your family too because prayer does change things and yes he is so very real also, always on time whenever we need him for anything. I’m asking you to please keep me and my mother as well as the rest of the family and all the inmates here, also the staff too, that things get better and better, the food, getting to go out to the yard more often plus the canteen. Everybody in the whole wide world needs praying for in Jesus name and that is why we in Christ Jesus need to always thank him and lift up his name by praising his name. So I ask you to keep on praying and praying and always meditate on him all the time. -C 

In regards to your magazine subscription, is your magazine free and if not, can I send you stamps for I do not have money but I can get stamps from a friend or two in here to give you as I did like the message that it gave me when I read your words in the magazine as it gave me great joy in my spirit. Hope you will write me back soon.  -D 

I’m sorry I do not have a gift to send, but if I can, I would like to be added to your mailing list. I don’t know how you got my information but your booklet came at a perfect time. I’ve currently been dealt blow after blow after blow and haven’t had any relief. I lost my faith and turned my back on God. Yours was the second sign I got. Now I’ve risen from the floor and am on my knees in prayer. I need help. Thank you. You are appreciated. God Bless. -Z  (Another prisoner filled out an enrollment card on Z’s behalf for him to receive the Seeds. Never underestimate how God can use a small gesture of faith.) 

My continued peace in my circumstances, my three children and for my father to forgive me for coming to prison. -J 

Pray that my family will want to see me in prison. My wife has only come to see me once in five years. My daughter only two times in five years. Thank you for being so faithful sending me Seeds of Hope! - W 

Pray for all of my family to forgive me one day. I don’t get any letters from them any more. Pray to keep the evil out of this prison. Thank y’all.  -S 

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