The writing phase of my book is finished and it is now being worked on by my publisher. So far I have two book endorsements. I am very grateful that a man of Matt Barber's stature and busyness was willing to take time to read and endorse my book.
I am especially grateful that a holy, faithful and humble priest such as Father Tony Van Hee would also read my book and be willing to attach his name as one willing to endorse what I written.
I have prayed and asked God to help me write this book and that it would remain faithful to the history and reality of my life, as it actually is. I asked the Lord to help me write a book that would actually be something that would be useful for people to read. To this end, I have to thank my God that the book is finished. I don't believe this book would be at the stage it is today without His help, and I pray that a discerning person would be able to read this book and see, notwithstanding the imperfection and obvious character flaws of the writer, the hand of my God and Saviour in my life and how I only reached the Supreme Court of Canada to be a witness to free speech, religious liberty and absolute truth in moral and sexual matters, by His Grace.
“Bill Whatcott has stood for God’s truth without wavering. He has done so at great personal loss, setting an example of humility, obedience and faithfulness for all to follow. Bill’s story is at once compelling, infuriating and encouraging. (Insert final book title here) delivers from beginning to end.” ~ Matt Barber, Vice President of Liberty Counsel and Associate Dean of Liberty University School of Law
Bill is a man after God’s own heart. This fascinating, faith-filled, and truthful testimony to God’s mercy, providence, and guidance, in his life, and God’s use of an imperfect instrument to do His work, is a good read, humorous and tragic at times, but always bearing out the truth, still today, of St. Paul’s observation and experience that “God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are, so that no human being might boast in the presence of God” (1 Cor. 1:28-29 RSV).
Father Tony Van Hee is a Jesuit Priest and long time pro-life witness on Parliament Hill.
"Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, But to Your name give glory, Because of Your mercy, Because of Your truth." Psalm 115:1