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Forever Grateful

Forever Grateful

Today, January 16, 2016, marks 12 years ago—the day my body stopped functioning, and I was admitted into the hospital, remaining there for the next six days—while MRIs, CT Scans, etc., were run, yet left the hospital with no certain diagnosis. I was told by a neurologist at a follow-up appointment that I had suffered irreversible nerve damage.

That first night in the hospital, I had my CD player on continuous praise music. During the night, the Lord awakened me to say: “The Lord HIMSELF is fighting for you, so hold your peace.” From that point on, I knew I would be okay. Later I looked up the scripture and found it in Exodus 14:14.

Although no one could give me answers, some time later, God revealed to me that my body had been affected by pesticide poisoning while landscaping 6 months earlier.

I searched for natural remedies that could hopefully restore nerve function with no harsh side effects. During this journey, the Lord reminded me that “His grace is sufficient for me.” As I put my total faith and trust in Him, God has truly healed me.

Today I am thankful to God for restoring and reversing nerve damage in my bladder, legs, and feet and will be FOREVER GRATEFUL to Him. I am also grateful to my husband Kenny and my daughters, Laura Collins Hopkins and Mollie Moses, for supporting me through this journey every step of the way!

Read more about my journey in the section “About Jan.”

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