Free Saeed

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  1. Steve Wright says:

    Not sure you saw this, Michael: From Naghmeh today, as she specifically asks that Wednesdays be set apart to remember him. :
    Wednesdays had been spent anticipating updates from family members who visited Saeed in prison.

    This Wednesday Saeed had no visitors.

    (For those of you who have asked: The Iranian government only allows visitation by immediate family members (parents, siblings. wife, kids). Other relatives would have to go through an application process and to be allowed special visitation. They could reject their request and even if accepted, those family members are NOT allowed to visit every week. They are allowed visitation every few months.)

    Although there are no updates from family members visiting Saeed today…

    I do know that Jesus is ever so close to Saeed and is ministering to Saeed. No prison wall can take that away from Saeed.

    I do know that prayers breaking through prison walls and as Saeed had shared before, your prayers are ministering to him.

    God is faithful. God does not say that our journey in this life will be easy, but He says that He is there with us every step of the way.

    Jesus has been carrying Saeed and I by His Grace and giving us the strength to press on and declare His Goodness and His Gospel.

    Thank you all for standing with us and praying for us. I ask you to remember to specially pray for Saeed every Wednesday as he adjusts to having no visitors.

    God Bless you all


  2. Babylon's Dread says:

    Hope you guys will go over and keep the Saeed FB page fresh… I had let it go stale, and then was picking it back up just as I took a hiatus from FB to write.

    I won’t be back on FB till December… give it a new post once in a while.

  3. Michael says:

    I’ll try…I’ve been avoiding Facebook like the plague, but I’ll check it when I can.

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