(1) Revival began in the Olmos high-security prison (Argentina, South America), with half of its 3,000 inmates now believers. This revival spread to 200 other prisons. An estimated 25 percent of all prisoners in Argentina are now Christians. One prison, Cristo la Unica Esperanza, has become a completely (100 percent) evangelical prison in Latin America. Approximately 250 pastors work in prisons in Argentina. (2) The success story of Bellavista Prison (Columbia, Central America), a maximum-security prison in Medellin that was often called "hell on earth," is an inspiration. Through prayer and bold Christian witness, the prison has seen a remarkable turning of hardened criminals to Christ and the end of rampant murderousness. Many inmates are now believers, and there is regular prayer, fasting, and evangelism in this prison, and even a Christian radio station has been formed there. A Bible institute has also been formed in this prison, training inmates to minister both in prison and after release. If God can do this in South America, in Central America, in Westchester County Jail (NY), in Metropolitan Detention Center (NY), and in Otisville Prison-Camp (NY), then HE can do this in other prisons of the United States of America and the world, too. Is there anything too hard for the Lord? The author spent forty-four months (forty-four fruitful and beautiful months, as he calls it) in prison. There he experienced two personal visits from Jesus, as well as many unexplainable supernatural experiences. He was blessed to lead many inmates to salvation as well as witness many others rededicating their lives to Jesus Christ. Each page will fascinate you and spark the fire of the Holy Spirit in you as you read this book.