Update

Dear Prayers,

During this winter we are seeing some disasters, such as much snow, cancellations of flights, and death. In South America there have been many inundations and even loss of lives. How many of them know the Lord? Our responsibility is to pray to the Creator and Provider for them.

Because of the infinite grace of our Lord and Savior, and in spite of lower energy levels, we continue to serve the King of kings and Lord of lords. In the different PODs that I have been visiting, I have had the privilege of sharing the biblical message. Some of the inmates have made decisions to receive Jesus as their personal Savior.

A student of CBI from Dalhart, TX writes, “Brethren in Christ, I greet you in the love of our Lord, Jesus Christ. I wish you peace, that the joy and love of Christ rule in your lives and in your homes. I thank you for your ministries, your love, and hard work in correcting our lessons. Thanks to God for this work that blesses many that are thirsty to learn more of God, wanting to grow spiritually. May God bless you all and supply your necessities. Please pray for our spiritual life, that it testify of my faith in Christ. I will be seeing the Parole official. Pray that they let me go to my home and be with my family again. I thank you with all my heart. Your brother in the faith.”

Do you remember my friend that was in prison for some 23 years, the last 15 years in San Luis Obispo, CA? He is now free. In January, I wrote to him, and my letter was returned to me indicating that he is now free. He grew spiritually and was able to study law at the prison. I trust that he is with his family, improving relationships and collaborating with the church as he promised me.

“If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God. If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory and the power forever and ever. Amen.” (1 Peter 4:11)

In His name,
Jose and Arcelia Moreno

Jose Moreno