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I would like to give thanks to all who were named and those not named who helped in the arrest of Hell’s Angels. It takes persistence and great determination to accomplish what you all have accomplished. I realize that it is not over and that there will be more court hearings and testimonies to be given.
I also want to encourage you all to not give up. Your courage, unity and faith got you this far. They will carry you through to the final verdicts. There are people praying for all of you. The number of prayer warriors is off the charts.
As we all pray and press to seek justice, let’s consider the victory already won. Money laundering, drug trafficking and illegal sales of firearms have been hindered.
We should also consider the souls of the people behind bars. What if they were your sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, cousins, uncles or parents? They are being prayed for, too. Please guard your hearts from pride and remember that we all have a past.
Jesus was crucified for the sake of every soul. Before his crucifixion, he taught that if we give mercy, then we will receive mercy. Don’t take me as double-minded. There are times people need a wake-up call to realize the seriousness of our wrongs. Once we come to our senses, we need people who are mature to help us and teach us love and compassion.
I write you from experience and with full understanding. My prayer is that you will consider this letter seriously and use the same wisdom applied to the arrests to strengthen your courage, unity and faith that will lead to their repentance. After it is all said, written and done, that should be the real victory.