Then finally her prayers were answered with the voice of god himself. At the age of 13 the voice of god said “Joan you can deliver the land from the English. Go to the relief of king Charles” after three repeated times hearing the voice she was convinced it was her mission to save France. These same voices told Joan to preserve her virginity and lead a holy life and to dedicate herself to serving God to lead her country to a liberation from the English. After this she felt the need to share with her parents, friends, and priest. All of which told her they were no more than glorious dreams. In about two weeks she had them all convinced that Joan was a chosen savior for France, with the belief of the chosen savior the wealthy decided to kick in on helping Joan with money and supplies for the trip to Chinon. Joan asked her uncle for help in her mission and together they went to Vaucouleurs to gain support by gaini...
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...gth in self and faith to stand up with the power of God knowing already that she was going to die. Burning at the stake for what she believed fueled her country and now her heroism lives on in art and writings.
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