Why I Have To Die Like Jesus And Louis Riel?

by James Prince



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/11/2014

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781490738017
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781490738024

About the Book

Dozens of writers wrote about the life, the death, and the career of Louis Riel, but they have mainly written about his political activities and his rebellions. I will talk to you mainly about his relationship with God and that he had the same preoccupations as Jesus had in this world, meaning to free his people from the slavery of sin and the slavery of religion and to lead his people to God. Louis Riel understood just like Jesus did that religions, mainly the one that has its head in Rome, are a dreadful slavery, and we definitely have to separate from them. This is the reason the John A. Macdonald’s government pressed by the Christian churches found a way to eliminate him from this earth despite the protestations against this from all over. So Louis Riel had to go through the same destiny as the one who inspired him, Jesus of Nazareth, and this is why I expect the same conclusion for myself, because I do the same thing they did, meaning opening the eyes of the blind. Fortunately for the world and thanks to God, a bit of salt and a gleam of light made their way to me. So in one way I’ll be able to continue the work of Jesus’s disciples, and this is what I’m doing with the help of my books.

About the Author

I made the comparison of God with men to a master with his dog. Do you see that the master is the master, but it is he who feeds the animal, who gives shelter, who protects the best he can, who picks up his shit and washes and brushes him in many cases? He stands and walks and drives it while spending much time in his company. In return, the teacher asks him to obey. A mad dog that does not listen to his master is unlikely to end his life in this happy company. My dogs never take their food without saying thank you in their own way. I love them, and they make me well. It is very sad to say, but I think there are more animals who love their master than men who worship the true God.