The family of journalist James Foley, who was beheaded by Islamic State (IS) militants, have released the final letter he sent them from his hostage cell.
He writes that dreaming of his family and friends "takes me away and happiness fills my heart".
The letter continues: "I know you are thinking of me and praying for me. And I am so thankful.
"I feel you all especially when I pray. I pray for you to stay strong and to believe. I really feel I can touch you even in this darkness when I pray."
Video emerged last week of an IS fighter, who spoke with a British accent, killing Mr Foley.
The 40-year-old, who was captured in Syria in November 2012, wrote numerous letters during his captivity, but all of these were confiscated by his captors.
So Mr Foley asked another hostage, who was due to be released, to commit a letter to memory.
This was later dictated to Mr Foley’s mother Diane.
The full text has been posted on the Find James Foley Facebook page, which was set up by his friends and family.
Mr Foley describes the conditions he is being held in, revealing he was held in a cell along with 18 others. They passed the time talking about films, sport and trivia, and managed to find ways of playing chess, checkers and Risk.