Only last week I woke up in the middle of the night and once again prayed for you thus. And today your letter arrived. Many thanks for it.
I rejoice to hear from you that things are going well with you in the Name of the Lord, and that He has carried you thus far. You say in your letter that you are now innocently awaiting judgment. Well, the Lord and hopefully you too know to what extent you may be guilty or innocent of the number of different crimes committed in my father’s home, with which you are being charged.
As now requested by you, I shall certainly pray together with you that God the Father stand by you. But as I also told you a while back in the jail: if you are found guilty by the Court, I would like you to get the maximum punishment. I am enclosing for you, in English, my report of our conversation in the jail, to refresh our memories.