In his letter to the king, Claude Brousson writes (in short) “it is true that in this dream God warned Your Majesty of the sad and awful things. The very humble servant of Your Majesty had sorrow to be resolved within him to send interpretation, but he considered that Nebuchadnezzar, one of the largest monarchs that ever was in the world and who was the founder of the first universal monarchy, was not angry that his servant Daniel interpreted for him, according to his desire, a dream which he had and which warned him that he would be stripped of his state unless he would be humbled before God and give him glory.
Thus giving hope, lord, to your very humble servant, that Your Majesty will also not be angry, if it pleases him, that according to his desire, he warns him with deep respect, of the reflections. God gave him the grace of your dream; so that Your Majesty will know the true cause of the great calamities by whom your kingdom is threatened and who will afflict it for some time”.
Furious, the king sought to arrest Claude Brousson to kill him. For 9 years, Claude Brousson hid in the desert of the Cevennes, preaching the Gospel without fearing death.
When Claude Brousson was arrested, he was brought to Montpellier. The torturer confessed that of more than 200 condemnations that he had carried out, never had one made him tremble like Mr. Brousson. The commissioners and judges present also trembled, confessing that they had never killed such an honest man, if they could have hidden him, they would have helped him to flee before the execution.
This story resonates with me.
To this day this invisible wall is not removed. God will bring down this invisible wall that has been thrown over the Protestants of France who have been called Huguenots.
This is the time chosen by God to release all the blessings that belong to the descendants of the Huguenots. God wants to heal the descendants of the Huguenots from the traumas related to the times of persecutions suffered by the Huguenots such as torture, galleys, imprisonment, killing and other traumas.