Letter received November 18, 2013 from an inmate in Texas:
I do not know what compelled me to write to you. But here I am. My name is Jim C. I am in Texas. I just finished reading your little booklet “Who Will I Trust.” This little devotional helped me so much. I am a believer; I do have the Lord Jesus Christ in my life. I love the Lord. And as of January of this year, He is all I have. The last person who cared about me, and did anything to help me, died (my mother).
I have been trusting in Jesus. I pray every day that he will keep Satan out of my way. I’m getting older and weaker in many ways. I am in the early stages of Alzheimer, and I have to ask Jesus every day to be my Strength. This is an area I always had trouble with.
So I write to ask for your help and prayers. It is hard for me to be able to keep up much with correspondence, because I do not go to commissary, and I do not have stamps that often. But I will write every opportunity I have. Thank you for being there for us who need you.
Do you have Bible studies? I hope so.
I am going to write out my testimony to send to you. Maybe it will help someone else going through what all I did. God bless you, brothers and sisters. You are in my prayers and thoughts always.
In His Love, your Friend,