Ramsey advocates freedom, justice, and love. He describes spiritual encounters received due to the suffering, pain, and agony endured. He has been wrongfully imprisoned for 21 years of his life and he is now 71 years of age. We ask that President Barack Obama grant him a Commutation of Sentence on humanitarian grounds. Write a letter to President Obama and get a sample letter at www.supportramsey.blogspotcom. For additional information, visit our website at www.freeramsey.com.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
The Cross of Jesus Christ and Imprisonment
Like never ever before I shall be close to my beloved
brother, Jesus Christ, who gave His life knowing that He was going to suffer
like no other human being on earth. He knew that those who were close to Him
would deny Him, that He would be tortured, be alone and hungry, and that those
close to His heart and soul would deny Him at the calling hour of His life.
As they beat and tortured Him, the oppressor sought for Him
to deny His teachings and the existence of God. They hoped for Him to deny the
existence of life and forgiveness and love, but He refused and stated that one
day soon they too would seek forgiveness from Almighty God and for the day of judgment
would come to all humanity.
Even the night before He was nailed to the cross of freedom,
justice, and love, Jesus continued to be strong, with such will and power that
He knew that soon He would be free and would be with His father God almighty.
On His knees He made every effort with His brutally beaten
body to carry that cross, knowing in His heart and soul that in the future
others would carry the same cross. It is the same cross that I have carried in
the prisons of America for the last 20 years of my unlawful and unjust imprisonment.
Jesus was nailed alive on the cross. He kept praying and
asking for strength faith and courage to overcome the pain and the suffering. As
He hung on that cross He looked up at Heaven and with all the strength in His
heart and soul He stared for a long time, and finally said to His father,
"Forgive them for they do not know what they do."
I have found forgiveness for those who refused to give me a
piece of bread or a drink of water while confined the dungeons of Leavenworth, at
times chained and shackled for days, weeks and months and at times even naked. I
pray for those who know that I only meant to bring freedom and justice to others.
I never sought fame or fortune, but freedom for the lives of others.
Our time has come, and I have become a much stronger
individual. I give the essence of this strength and love and forgiveness to the
masses of humanity.