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The Boy Who Met Jesus - Signed Immaculee Ilibagiza

The Boy Who Met Jesus - Signed Immaculee Ilibagiza

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The Boy Who Met Jesus - Signed Immaculee Ilibagiza
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It's the greatest story never told: that of a boy who met Jesus and dared to ask Him all the questions that have consumed mankind since the dawn of time. His name was Segatasha.

Signed by Immaculee Ilibagiza. Paperback.

He was a shepherd born into a penniless and illiterate pagan family in the most remote region of Rwanda. He never attended school, never saw a Bible, and never set foot in a church. Then one summer day in 1982 while the 15-year-old was resting beneath a shade tree, Jesus Christ paid him a visit. Jesus asked the startled young man if he'd be willing to go on a mission to remind mankind how to live a life that leads to heaven.


Segatasha accepted the assignment on one condition: that Jesus answer all his questions-and all the questions of those he met on his travels - about faith, religion, the purpose of life and the nature of heaven and hell. Jesus agreed to the boy's terms, and Segatasha set off on what would become one of the most miraculous journeys in modern history. 

Soon, this teenage boy who had never learned to read or write was discussing theology with leading biblical scholars and advising pastors and priests of all denominations. He became so famous in Rwanda that the Catholic Church investigated his story. His words and simple truths converted thousands of hearts and souls wherever he went. The answers to these and many other momentous, life-changing questions are revealed in this riveting book, which is the first full account of Segatasha's remarkable life story. Written with grace, passion, and loving humour by Immaculée Ilibagiza, Segatasha's close friend and a survivor of the Rwandan holocaust herself, this truly inspirational work is certain to move you in profound ways. No matter what your faith or religious beliefs, Segatasha's words will bring you comfort and joy, and prepare your heart for this life... and for life everlasting.

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