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“God is So Good” says Julie as she shares her story of his presence taking her from immobile in her hospital bed back to independent living.
In early April 2020, days after the national lockdown, Julie was on a zoom call with work colleagues when she felt unwell. Her colleagues called an ambulance, which arrived quickly and took her to hospital. Julie was diagnosed with a stroke and had lost the use of her right side and her speech.
Prayer was immediately raised, from her sister’s church in the USA, family and friends in Nigeria and, of course, KT – particularly in the areas where she served. The Children’s ministry began daily prayer vigils. Her primary leader, Claudeth mobilised the whole cell generation, who were joined by the KT intercessors and Welcome team. Colin and Amanda Dye prayed for Julie during the daily devotionals –many people were involved.
Soon, Julie was able to say some words. Then she was able to read text messages and started to reply. Her speech returned more quickly than the doctors could have imagined. No visitors were allowed so the Lord sent Christians hospital workers to encourage and help her. Julie heard the Lord for herself and found her faith growing stronger as she listened to his promises that he would never leave her.
All in all, Julie spent three months in hospital going through rehab and treatment, and her only contact to the outside world was her mobile phone.
Julie left hospital and underwent another two months of intensive physiotherapy during which her sister was able to join her from the USA. Julie re-joined her cell by September and has strongly participated ever since.
After a time in temporary accommodation Julie moved into her own rental place – a beautiful one-bedroom flat, near to friends. This too was a miracle! Julie gained great favour with the agency. She got the property despite having no regular income – they did not even ask for bank statements. Moreover, she was blessed with monies to furnish the property.
Rehab continued, including some full-on intensive weeks, throughout the rest of 2020 and into 2021. Speech therapy ended – she had improved so much it was no longer needed!
Today, just a year later, Julie is getting stronger day by day, able to move her right arm and is walking well again.
Hear Julie telling her full story!
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