- Megan Christoffels is a young lady who could not be more grateful to be alive
- Megan was diagnosed with Covid-19 a few weeks back and shared a post online thanking those who supported her
- Her post was shared to Facebook's #ImStaying group where she received tons of love and blessings from Stayers
Megan Christoffels shared a post to Facebook's #ImStaying group to thank those who supported her after being diagnosed with Covid-19. The young lady stated that she suffered from a fever, body aches, shortness of breath, loss of smell and taste and much more.
She thanked the people around her for not only praying but for going out of their way to purchase medicine for her. She also thanked God and wished blessings upon others who may be going through what she did.
Her post was shared less than a day ago and has already gained over 4 500 reactions on the social networking site.
Read her full post below:
"Today I just want to express my grateful heart... 3 weeks ago I would think that I might not live to see this day. Fever, body aches, shortness of breath, loss of smell and taste and believe you me the list is longer...
"But through God's healing power I'm alive and well. I'm staying for everyone who helped me through this difficult time, buying me medicine and for all the prayers. May you all stay blessed and stay safe. And everyone who was healed like me. Let us keep taking care of ourselves."
Briefly.co.za took to the #ImStaying comments section to see what Stayers had to say to Megan. Read a few of the responses below:
Sherley van der Merwe said:
"Amen! Well done Megan. Myself and my partner have just been through it as well. Stay well and safe. God bless."
Kate Reese wrote:
"God bless you. Thank you to all who helped and encouraged her."
Marie Debora Smuts commented:
"I'm so glad to hear Megan, take care, you and your loved ones went through a difficult time!"
Aamir Suhail Khan added:
"I'm happy you survived and are still with us. May you be blessed."
In other feel-good news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the donations received by the victims of the Masiphumelele fire. Just before Christmas, 1 100 people were the victim of a fire which swept through Masiphumelele and destroyed their homes.
Fortunately for them, donations have been received which should help the victims recover from the tragedy.
The fire engulfed Masiphumelele on 17 December and destroyed almost 1 300 houses in the informal settlement in Hout Bay.
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