Leonard Mettle


Leonard Mettle is someone who put everything in his life aside and became a missionary in England to help people understand God and Man. From a Godly background he respects all religions and culture of the world as a stepping-stone to adopting a proper standard of living in advancement of the human race both spiritually and physically.

Where to find Leonard Mettle online

Where to buy in print


The Wholy Life
Price: $4.85 USD. Words: 44,300. Language: English. Published: February 28, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Education / Adult
"The Holy Life" is a collection of 3 books teaching christian principles by an example way of Life. It is a testimony of the author's life experience in the ministry of God and wholiness. It aims to impact on the reader knowledge of a truthful way of life and a point of view to enhance christian wisdom and character. It's a must read book for all who require a quick understanding of Christianity.

Leonard Mettle's tag cloud

Smashwords book reviews by Leonard Mettle

  • Appreciate Life on Feb. 28, 2012
    (no rating)
    Review fof Amaryllis peom collection Heading: Definition of True Love in the "Appreciate Life" collection Review: Poetry is such a personal thing to read and the perception of everyone changes according to their past life experience. From my point of view and personal experience, this poetry says a lot about me as a family member. In many cases its very easy to love me but in love sometimes one has to sacrifice what one wants in other to make the other feel better; so if a woman gives up a a favourite perfume for another it shows a great deal of love and care. A similar idea can also be applied the cat and dog concept in the poem. Gifts to another person can only be valued by the receiver and therefore gifts of love do not necessarily have to be of monetary importance as the true gift being given is a favourable emotional blessing. True peotry are such as these with hidden meaning that only the emotional intelligent can decipher. Yes its not worth getting a gift to someone who will find no true value in the gift. it would be like a poor man giving a rich man cash as a gift. The emotional response would feel like an insult. On the otherhand it would be wonderfue for the poor man to receive cash from the rich man. Yes, indeed the expression of true love is not just roses and poety, but by every good word of God who defined love.