A lady speaks to Léandre:
I had just lost my mother and, the day of her funeral, I broke my left hip. Later, while you were going to dedicate your book to me, I told you that I lived a time of trials by telling you about these events. And you answered me: “Not only is it a time of hardship, but you will live the best part of your life”. I was happy, but not necessarily convinced!
After your conference, which I really liked, I tried to read your first book on my way back home. To tell the truth, I did not plunge in it, starting it over again several times, finding it too repetitive. So I did not finish it. For three years, the events of my personal life have been rather happy. But three other deaths occurred in our family. Two of my brothers-in-law died, and my sister S. left us brutally. Sixth of the siblings, she is the first to join the Father.
The announcement of her death was a shock to all of us. However, by grace, I have the capacity to continue to cherish life today. At the age of 20, when my father died, also in a brutal way, I did not understand that life could stop around me.
The day after S.’s death, I was guided to take up your first book again. I read it with a lot of joy and I read it again because it speaks to me and reaches me deeply in my heart. This dialogue tells me with strength and clarity about the need to be humble, to let myself be filled by the omnipotence of Love. “Your Will be done” takes on its true dimension here, and you teach me to be more in tune with the Father. What a learning process!
A big thank you for this wonderful testimony that sounds so real. It is a precious teaching and, like you, I give my “Yes” to Jesus, and I’m looking forward to having the other two volumes to read!
Wholeheartedly with you and those around you in prayer.