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Prayer for Mercy
posted by: Federal Inmates Pollock LA on 3/23/2016

Please pray for retroactive sentencing reform for those inmates impacted by 18 USC 924 c sentencing rules. Many of these inmates are serving 25 – 100+ year sentences without any present avenue for relief. They too, deserve to experience God’s grace! A historic, bipartisan effort in both houses of Congress is underway to reform mandatory minimum sentencing laws. I’m writing to express my support and ask for your help improving one of the bills that would make some positive changes: the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, S. 2123. This bill, if passed into law, is a good first step to fixing our expensive and ineffective mandatory sentencing laws. But historic opportunity calls for historic reform – and this bill should be improved to do more. If passed, S. 2123 would reduce and make more reasonable some of the harshest, most expensive mandatory minimum prison sentences served by nonviolent drug and gun possession offenders. It would also give courts more flexibility in drug cases to make the punishment fit the crime and each offender, and help reserve the longest mandatory minimum sentences for higher-level drug offenders. Finally, it would make many of these sentencing reforms and the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 retroactive, saving taxpayers money and increasing respect for the justice system. But S. 2123 fails to fix some of the most unjust, expensive, and ineffective aspects of mandatory sentencing laws. Before the bill is passed, it should be improved so that • Mandatory minimum sentences are not created or expanded. This bill would apply harsh, expensive 10, 15-, and 25-year mandatory minimum sentences to many new people. Congress should be repealing mandatory minimums, not creating more of them. • Address the special needs of the addicted, mentally ill, veterans, and domestic abuse survivors. Courts currently have no flexibility to adjust or disregard mandatory minimum sentences for offenders whose crimes were the result of untreated addiction, combat-related trauma, mental illness, or trauma or coercion resulting from domestic abuse. States use more treatment and less incarceration for these offenders, and so should Congress. • Give low-level drug offenders sentences that fit their role in the crime. Under current law, minor dealers charged with conspiracy are held accountable for all the drugs and guns possessed and sold by everyone involved in the crime, regardless of whether they assisted with or even knew of these others’ activities. People should only be sentenced for the drugs they personally knew about or sold. • Give retroactive sentencing relief to all prisoners whose sentences are changed by the bill. Getting a fair punishment shouldn’t depend on the date a person went to court – especially because these sentences have always been unjust. Before anyone can get a retroactive sentence reduction, a court will have to look at each prisoner individually to determine if they are a public safety risk. Some people may want to exclude some groups of people from retroactivity – please don’t support such efforts. Giving relief to some people but not others decreases respect for the justice system and wastes taxpayer dollars by keeping some people in prison longer even though they are not dangerous. • Focus mandatory minimum sentences on gun use during a crime. Under current law, mere presence of even a lawfully-owned gun is enough to subject people to harsh mandatory minimum drug and gun possession sentences. The law should give courts flexibility to distinguish between those who possess guns and those who use guns to commit crimes. I’m glad Congress is considering sentencing reform. Please support this legislation and do everything you can to make sure it fixes the problems I mentioned here. Thank you .
I will pray 37 people are praying.
 
Prayer for Prisoners
posted by: Federal Inmates USP POllock LA on 3/18/2016

Please pray for retroactive sentencing reform for those inmates impacted by 18 USC 924 c sentencing rules. Many of these inmates are serving 25 – 100+ year sentences without any present avenue for relief. They too, deserve to experience God’s grace! A historic, bipartisan effort in both houses of Congress is underway to reform mandatory minimum sentencing laws. I’m writing to express my support and ask for your help improving one of the bills that would make some positive changes: the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, S. 2123. This bill, if passed into law, is a good first step to fixing our expensive and ineffective mandatory sentencing laws. But historic opportunity calls for historic reform – and this bill should be improved to do more. If passed, S. 2123 would reduce and make more reasonable some of the harshest, most expensive mandatory minimum prison sentences served by nonviolent drug and gun possession offenders. It would also give courts more flexibility in drug cases to make the punishment fit the crime and each offender, and help reserve the longest mandatory minimum sentences for higher-level drug offenders. Finally, it would make many of these sentencing reforms and the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 retroactive, saving taxpayers money and increasing respect for the justice system. But S. 2123 fails to fix some of the most unjust, expensive, and ineffective aspects of mandatory sentencing laws. Before the bill is passed, it should be improved so that • Mandatory minimum sentences are not created or expanded. This bill would apply harsh, expensive 10, 15-, and 25-year mandatory minimum sentences to many new people. Congress should be repealing mandatory minimums, not creating more of them. • Address the special needs of the addicted, mentally ill, veterans, and domestic abuse survivors. Courts currently have no flexibility to adjust or disregard mandatory minimum sentences for offenders whose crimes were the result of untreated addiction, combat-related trauma, mental illness, or trauma or coercion resulting from domestic abuse. States use more treatment and less incarceration for these offenders, and so should Congress. • Give low-level drug offenders sentences that fit their role in the crime. Under current law, minor dealers charged with conspiracy are held accountable for all the drugs and guns possessed and sold by everyone involved in the crime, regardless of whether they assisted with or even knew of these others’ activities. People should only be sentenced for the drugs they personally knew about or sold. • Give retroactive sentencing relief to all prisoners whose sentences are changed by the bill. Getting a fair punishment shouldn’t depend on the date a person went to court – especially because these sentences have always been unjust. Before anyone can get a retroactive sentence reduction, a court will have to look at each prisoner individually to determine if they are a public safety risk. Some people may want to exclude some groups of people from retroactivity – please don’t support such efforts. Giving relief to some people but not others decreases respect for the justice system and wastes taxpayer dollars by keeping some people in prison longer even though they are not dangerous. • Focus mandatory minimum sentences on gun use during a crime. Under current law, mere presence of even a lawfully-owned gun is enough to subject people to harsh mandatory minimum drug and gun possession sentences. The law should give courts flexibility to distinguish between those who possess guns and those who use guns to commit crimes. I’m glad Congress is considering sentencing reform. Please support this legislation and do everything you can to make sure it fixes the problems I mentioned here. Thank you .
I will pray 29 people are praying.
 
Father heal me
posted by: Jilian on 3/9/2016

Heavenly father forgive all our sins. Set me completely free from all evil thoughts which drag me to hell, touch & heal our body & mind,give rest & peace of mind, convict my husband to confess his sin,break his evil relationship,DESTROY all evil plans against us, help my daughter in her study, give her wisdom, protect us from all infections, keep us healthy & happy,protect my job & help me at my work place, provide me finance, hide identity IJN Amen
I will pray 35 people are praying.
 
Prayer
posted by: Doris Porter on 3/8/2016

I'm asking for prayer for my head, Because so put something in my drink and it ran my blood pressure up and it gave me a stroke and did a lot of nerve damage to my brain cells .I went to the doctor and he didn't do anything about it and my head it bothers me real bad .It messed with my memory also. please pray that god will restore my head back to normal.
I will pray 28 people are praying.
 
Prayer Request
posted by: Phil Chavez on 12/24/2015

I'm 43 ,Never been in a relationship..Please Pray GOD brings me (Phil Chavez) women companion for loving relationship in JESUS Name Amen.Pray GOD brings me relationship exceedingly abundantly above what i can imagine in JESUS Name Amen
I will pray 32 people are praying.
 
God's protection
posted by: Michael on 11/18/2015

Please pray for God's holy angels to encamp around me and my family to protect us from evil. I've been going through alot for a while now and I'm trusting God for complete protection and we really need your prayers. Thanks God bless
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posted by: Michael on 10/26/2015

I really need prayer for God's intervention and peace for me and my family in this very rough time I have been facing. Thank you for all your prayers
I will pray 36 people are praying.
 
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posted by: bill smith on 9/16/2015

God bless the Jews again.
I will pray 38 people are praying.
 
Salvation
posted by: LJN3 on 8/19/2015

Please pray for Lynn Le. She's an atheist. Pray that she would come to know Christ Jesus as her Lord and Savior. Pray for her salvation. That signs, wonders, dreams, visions, or whatever is necessary for her to become a believer would happen. In Jesus name, Amen.
I will pray 39 people are praying.
 
Father heal me
posted by: Jilian on 7/4/2015

Urge fast & pray. Heavenly father hear my cry, forgive all OUR sins & deliver us from Satan’s clutches, IF it is YOUR WILL restore my 20 years of marriage, help my cruel husband to become faithful husband & father, set me free from all evil thoughts which I could not control, take complete control of ourselves, mind, thought, body, soul, keep us healthy & happy, touch & heal my mind & body, help my daughter in her study, destroy all evil plans against us, protect me at my work place no one may harm me, provide me finance, hide identity IJN Amen
I will pray 25 people are praying.
 
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