Oct. 12, 2011


From Prisoners Praise by Frances Nichole Whitlock (author's profile)

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DennisFountain Posted 6 years, 2 months ago. ✓ Mailed 6 years, 2 months ago   Favorite
10 years ago after we met I told you I'd be here for you. When all this started 5 years ago I reminded you again that I'd be here for you. I've not always done what was best nor have I always done what was right. I've made more than my share of mistakes but that has never stopped me from trying and, I'm still here for you. The end of your nightmare will soon come to a close but your awakening began a long time ago. I look forward to seeing you again in your freedom and your future and guess what, I'm still here for you! NMW, Lord Dennis Fountain

jamesmiller Posted 6 years, 2 months ago. ✓ Mailed 6 years, 2 months ago   Favorite
well, there it is frances.dennis has stated publicly that he is looking foward to your freedom and your "future". so i don't see where i fit. with enough talk, the truth will eventually surface.i'm not one to compete with another man for a womans affections.you told me in your letter that "dennis told the police that you sold him drugs and that you went to prison for that" who's really playing games? he didn't understand that i was talking about independance and heads from a biblical standpoint. untill he accepts jesus as his lord and savior he'll never understand.

DennisFountain Posted 6 years, 2 months ago. ✓ Mailed 6 years, 2 months ago   Favorite
Self proclaimed self serving prison theologians and false prophets who deceive in their teachings for their personal gains are not deserving of anyones' attention! Need a reference? 1 Timothy 6:3-12 I accept many things and a few can be explained as simply as: there are people that talk the talk and there are people that walk the walk and if you can't practice what you preach, shut your mouth. I don't need a bible verse and religion to demonstrate this. Obviously being here for you or anyone is beyond the comprehension of someone that present themselves only when the opportunity for their personal gain is available. Once that is gone they create their list of excuses like: don't listen to anyone else, I've given you all the advice you need and since you won't do as I say my feelings have changed. Is that the definition of unconditional? As Clayton Williams once told me: stop listening to people that continually fail but somehow know what you need to do to succeed and start listening to people whom havent failed! I've failed many times and I've never had all the answers and I've never claimed to but that doesn't and hasn't stopped me from trying. That shouldn't stop you either!!! NMW, Dennis

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