Happy Easter! I would say, “Happy Resurrection Day.”
“I want to know Christ and the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in His suffering, becoming like Him in His death.” (Phil. 3:10)
The variety of testimonies of CBI students that I have had, come, some from Cuba, Central America, Mexico, and many from the United States. They are now free.
One student from El Salvador, CA says, “Brothers, the glory be for our Lord, Jesus Christ. I am free! I thank you for having given me the privilege to know you for you have helped me much. I am full of thankfulness for preoccupying yourselves about me and sending me this study that is so good and importantly for my life. It helps me know more about Jesus Christ, my Lord. I will pray for you and please pray for me. May the Lord bless you. Amen.”
In my weekly visits at Manatee County Sheriff Correctional, January the 14th, I met a prisoner. On February 25th I visited in another POD, and I found out that he had been given his freedom. Much to my surprise, on April 1st, I again saw him in jail. Since we don’t have the option to ask why prisoners have been detained, I asked him, “what happened to you?” He answered that it was because he was driving without a license, and now he didn’t have his car. Maybe it was taken away from him.
I think the prisoners are so frustrated on being enclosed, some for very serious reasons, and after going through a trial are sent to prison. Even so, the majority are there for minor reasons, like going against the laws of the country. I always advise them that they should not incur errors against the law because their wrong actions accumulate, and when these cases accumulate, especially complicated ones a second and third time, they go to prison.
Thank you from the depth of my heart for your constant support and prayers.
Jose and Arcelia Moreno