Alive after two months in coma!

momMy son was sick for three weeks at home, I had to rush through the ER, he had severe pneumonia–  inflammation of the lungs caused by a viral or bacterial infection. They had to intubate him. He then went to ICU in critical condition and he was in a coma for two and a half months. He got worse, and the doctors told me he wasn’t going to make it.

 

The doctor told me there was nothing to do because his lungs were shutting down and that he wasn’t going to make it. Before the pastor came in to do the strong prayer, his oxygen went down and his heart rate went down. After the pastor did a strong prayer his heart rate and oxygen increased and he came back to life.

God did a big miracle for my son that day.son-in-coma

When my son was in a coma, I gave him the blessed water. They use to give his medicine through a tube, so I put my blessed water in there and used all my faith. I poured it into the cup before the nurse came, and they gave him the medication with the water.

He had a lot of strong antibiotic medications, and a lot of doctors came in to tell me to make a decision, that we had to let him go. That there was no point of having him on life support. I used my faith, and that’s how the miracle took place.

This is my son and he is alive, thank God!


My name is Frankie Carona,

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I feel very blessed to be here right now. Like my mother said, she didn’t give up on me and I didn’t give up on myself. I trusted my mother’s faith, and that gave me a lot of faith to keep on fighting for my life. I knew it was time for a change and just give my life to the Lord and here I am today.

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