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January 08, 2013

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John Hambleton

What an inspiring story. The Lord will bless her with all her desires in Heaven!! I look forward to meeting her there one day.

Joe Sanders

Freedom can come at a price, yet if we stay true as Aida did it also releases our spirit to greater walking with Christ. For where the Spirit of the Lord there is freedom.

Lori Rapp

Could you please explain why the authorities would even allow care pkgs. and letters from fellow Christians to be given to prisoners? This has never made sense to me as it seems counterproductive to their (the captors) purpose. I have always wondered about this kind of thing. Thank you and may God bless your efforts on His and our behalf.

VOM_MediaDev

Lori: Christians don't always receive the mail or packages that they are sent, but in some cases they do. We've heard back from released prisoners featured on www.PrisonerAlert.com that got thousands of cards and letters...and we've heard from others that got none.

Most of these countries want to appear humanitarian, and in many places the Red Cross or other group monitors prison conditions. So they will allow mail as a way of showing how "well" they are treating prisoners.

Hope that helps to explain. Thank you for reading a commenting!

Micky

In the first picture, she is naturally beautiful...in the second, Jesus makes her beautiful. Thank you for sharing. NOTHING can come before our commitment to God.
"Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord shall be praised."(Proverbs 31:30)

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