Dear Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy,
How lucky and blessed I am that you came into my life, Pastor. I went to Canada last January 24, 2011 because of the revolution that happened in the country of Tunisia. I was working as the private nurse of the son of Tunisia’s President since 2004.
Everyone says I am the luckiest person working abroad travelling around the world. They were very rich, Pastor, as if they were the owners of this world but all of that was only temporary when the Father punished them when the people instigated a revolution. They left all behind and everything was gone. My employer ran away from that country with his family and I was with them. We got out from their house at three o’clock in the afternoon using their private yacht until we reached Italy at two in the morning. We left Italy using their private jet and went to Egypt until we reached Canada.
When we came to Canada, I thought we were all safe but worst things happened. Since that day, Pastor, I was praying that someone will invite me to go to church because I felt very lost. I felt that I was so far from the presence of our Almighty Father.
Until one day came, I came across your message. The first time I heard you speaking, I did not know what was happening within me but I could not stop my tears from falling, as if something or someone was squeezing my heart especially when one of your singers sang, “He’ll make a way.” I said to myself, this is the answer to all my prayers.
Until, after watching you several times, I noticed that you changed the direction of my life. Now, I am an avid viewer of Give Us This Day and was baptized last December 18, 2011. I am so happy and enjoying the work of the Almighty Father through you, Pastor, with all your fulltime miracle workers and Kingdom citizens here in Montreal.
I know that sooner or later He will make me as one of your fulltime miracle workers here in Montreal to be used for the Father’s glory. I thank the Father for bringing me into His Kingdom and for making a way for me when everything seemed impossible. Praise the Father through the Son!
In the King’s service,
Sis. JCB of Montreal, Canada