A day after an American man was killed by the protected Sentinelese tribe for trespassing on their territory in the Andamans, a letter written by him to his family and friends has been discovered.A copy of John Allen Chau’s letter, obtained by British newspaper Daily Mail, explains the purpose of his visit, stating, “You guys might think I'm crazy in all this but I think it's worth it to declare Jesus to these people.”“Please do not be angry at them or at God if I get killed.” John Allen Chau wrote in the letterHe went on to state, “Rather please live your lives in obedience to whatever he has called you to and I'll see you again when you pass through the veil. This is not a pointless thing – the eternal lives of this tribe is at hand and I can't wait to see them around the throne of God worshiping in their own language as Revelations 7:9-10 states.”American Tourist Allegedly Killed by Tribe on Andaman IslandsSigning off, he wrote, “'I love you all and I pray none of you love anything in this world more than Jesus Christ.”The newspaper has also accessed John’s journal notes, in which the preacher makes a note of events between 14 November and 16 November, shortly before he would be discovered dead.John first went to the restricted North Sentinel island on 15 November.‘I Love You and Jesus Loves You’Chau was shot at on 15 November itself, but he swam to the fishing boat that had been waiting for him a little away from the island and delivered his notes. Andaman SP told TNM that he had wanted the fishermen to deliver these notes to a friend in Andaman.When he first came into contact with the Sentinelese, John reportedly shouted to them that he loves them and so does Jesus. "They had two arrows each, unstrung, until they got closer. I hollered "My name is John, I love you and Jesus loves you," he wrote.He also said when he had tried to offer fish to the tribesmen, 'two armed Sentinelese came rushing out yelling'. John also describes being inches away from the islanders.John goes into details about how scared he was of the tribe.“I regret I began to panic slightly as I saw them string arrows in their bows. I picked up the fish and threw it toward them. They kept coming. I paddled like I never have in my life back to the boat. I felt some fear but mainly was disappointed. They didn’t accept me right away.”Describing an attack by a Sentinelese boy, he said that he had been shot with an arrow. "...A little kid shot me with an arrow - directly into my Bible which I was holding. If you want me to get actually shot or even killed with an arrow then so be it. I think I could be more useful alive though,” he wrote.On 17 November, fishermen who went back near the island to pick him up saw some of the tribesmen dragging a body on the beach.(The article has been published in an arrangement with The News Minute) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.