- A man paralyzed for many years has shown a great act of faith as he was captured taking bold steps in a viral video
- According to the gentleman, he prayed for God to heal him from the paralysis before his birthday and decided to walk in the faith that the prayer has been answered
- Although his steps were still not smooth, the man's great faith is simply inspiring
A gentleman who has been paralyzed for many years has taken a bold act of faith that has gone viral on social media by deciding to walk after praying to God.
The awe-inspiring video was sighted by Briefly.co.za on the Facebook handle of Abingo SLAY KING as it went viral and got several thousands of reactions online.
In the video, the man who hitherto had spent many years in the wheelchair said that he prayed to Jesus that he would be able to walk again before his birthday on June 23.
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As the date approached, the young man filled with faith in God, was able to take a few steps and decided to exercise himself once more prior to June 23.
The video was shared on June 19, as the prayerful man quoted the scripture that said, "He is able to do exceedingly abundantly above what we ask or think," and began to walk.
Although his steps were not smooth and perfect, the man's faith is simply remarkable as he demonstrated during the exercise that took place in the presence of his wife, brother and child.
The reason for his paralysis has not been disclosed. This man of faith is not the only person who has been experiencing health problems.
In an earlier report by Briefly.co.za a young woman, Nhlanhla Vinoliah Ntuli, is a walking miracle. Taking to the #ImStaying Facebook page on Wednesday, she revealed that doctors did not think she would survive this long.
According to Ntuli, she was diagnosed with Polio Juvenile Arthritis at the age of six and medical professionals told her mother she would likely not live past the age of 12.
However, not only did Ntuli surpass the age, she is thriving in life despite her condition.
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