Mark Ellis : Oct 7, 2021  God Reports

“I don’t know what God wants from me, but whatever He wants, I will do it … I learned that we have to live in the now, to improve even more as human beings, not to hold grudges, not to leave anything unresolved, to live each day, and to live each day for God.” -Geane Prado

(Brazil) — [] In 2020 Geane Prado, 51, was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer. She started chemotherapy and had a bone marrow transplant. But when she went for her second round of chemotherapy, doctors discovered Geane had COVID-19, according to a report by Aleteia. (Image: via God Reports)

Admitted to the hospital, her condition deteriorated rapidly. After the second diagnosis, she fully surrendered her life to God.

God gave her a strong faith, but prior to being intubated, she wrote goodbye letters to her family. She sent them all to a friend and asked her to deliver the messages if she died.

In one of the letters, she gave the following exhortation to her children:

Under no circumstances separate from each other. Be united, live for each other.

Take care of your spiritual life, educate your children in the fear of the Lord, be strong, and continue to be beautiful, loving children of good character.

There are no words to describe how proud I am of you.

Never abandon your father, take care of him with love.

Geane’s condition got worse. While intubated, she endured a pulmonary embolism, cardiac arrest, renal failure, and bacterial pneumonia. Her fever would not decrease. Doctors told her family she had 48 hours to live.

When her children learned of the grim prognosis, they mobilized a massive prayer chain.

“They took friends to the hospital door to pray, and asked for prayers through WhatsApp and social networks. People from all over Brazil joined the movement of faith. They always added a word of encouragement during their prayers: “Get up, Geane,” according to Aleteia… Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here

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