I believe in the power of prayer to heal. If you are reading this and you are in the struggle for the the life of your loved one...don't give up! Miracles do happen.
Our reality did not turn out to be a miraculous recovery, but I believe it is only because my mother willed it to be this way. Ms. Margie had a intercranial hemorrhage on October 2, 2001. She got stronger everyday and lived with increased neurological strength beyond the vasospasms stage. On the day of her surgery, she had a rebleed. This was not clinically expected. She endured ten hours of surgery and survived.
My mother's kidney was weak,and she was given dialysis and seemed better. The aneurysm and kidney together were too much for her to bear. She was a fighter and she had a profound and deep faith in God. God did not fail her or us. I am grateful for a long and loving relationship with my mother. If you are reading this and your loved one is suffering, pray and tell them to pray. "The effective fervent prayers of the righteous availeth much."
My mother held on in order to give us time to accept her transition.She had survived so much that her body just gave out.
Be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might. All things are possible through God. The aneurysm did not kill my mother. She chose to go. Keep Believing!!!!!!
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