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Deuteronomy 4:9
Do not forget the things your eyes have seen, nor let them slip from your heart all the days of your life; rather tell them to your children and to your children’s children.

Hello, my dear brother or sister in Christ,

I am delighted that you have found my page and that you are having a look at what The Lord has given me over the years.

These sites contain my experiences, some of my insights and findings and I hope and pray that you will be inspired and blessed by my work.

Let me introduce myself briefly and if you like, you can read my full autobiography here:

My name is Joan Le Morvan and I am born in 1933.
I live on the beautiful, holy Isle of Iona in Scotland, where The Lord has led me to live about 13 years ago. Previously, I used to come here with my family to paint every year due to the hospitality of Mary Burn Murdock, whose family owned the House Grianon. What I did here was to be involved in founding the Catholic House of Prayer, which is a place where pilgrims can come, celebrate the Holy Eucharist with us and also stay if they wish here on this wonderful island.

Here on Iona is my current dwelling place and I believe I may be going home to be with The Lord from here one day when my time has come.
Like The Abbot Adomnan said in the 600s

“If I be destined to die on Iona, it were a merciful leave-taking.
I know not under the blue sky a better little spot for death.”

During my life journey, The Lord has taken me to many other places in the world.

He has shown me incredible things, many, many miracles. He has given me prophecies, has taught me His word and has even taught me to teach His word and His message to many others.

On these pages, I will show you what the Lord has done with me and given me throughout my life.

Many people and brothers and sisters and many countries have I encountered, but He has always and from the beginning as a little child been with me.
This shall be the first of my stories which I will share with you – how I came to know The Lord:

When I was a little girl, there was a church about 5 miles from the cottage my parents rented in the country during the war so that we could escape the bombings in Manchester.
I remember being curious and going in there all alone when I was about 7 years old. There was nobody else in the church except me.
I looked at all the pretty colours and I loved the smell and the candles (I have never lost my love for being inside churches or for candles!) and all of a sudden, even though I still couldn’t see anyone, I heard a voice, asking me:

“Will you be my friend?”

And I said: “YES!”

My heart was full of joy and I was excited!

I have been His friend ever since throughout my entire life and He never ceases to amaze and excite me!

I hope that you can find some of my love for The Lord on these pages.
And I pray that He may be with you also and keep you and bless you richly!

Your sister in The Lord
Joan Le Morvan