- A young South African woman recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about her great-grandma regaining her eyesight
- According to the post, the elderly woman went blind in 2015 but miraculously gained her eyesight back in 2021
- Many people were moved by the post and were soon praising God in the comment section
Miracles happen every day. A young woman recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about a miracle that happened in her family. According to the post, her 103-year-old great-grandmother regained her eyesight after losing it six years ago.
In the post that was made by the grateful woman, @maselaelo_p she explains how the elderly woman shared the exciting news with her family who was obviously very happy for her. She also shared a picture of the beautiful gogo.
"My great-grandmother who is 103 years old went blind in 2015. She called us today and told us she can see again!!!," she wrote happily.
Locals were super amped and were soon praising God for the beautiful miracle. They also shared many compliments with the beautiful gogo. Read a few of their comments below:
"Are you the 3rd generation to her?Indeed she is a blessing and blessed. Congratulations to her."
"A blessing to have in your family. I'm sure you're milking all the wisdom cause I would"
"What a blessing! What a mighty God we serve. Give your GG a hug for me. I don't know her but kea morata already."
In other heartwarming Briefly News reports, an 18-year-old teen, Lewis Roberts, who had been certified dead, started breathing again hours before he was to be taken off life support.
Mirror reports that Lewis was involved in a ghastly crash and appeared to have lost his life in the incident. It should be noted that after doctors said there was nothing to be done to save his life, his family agreed to donate his organs.
A fundraising campaign that was organised for him has since gathered over £1,000 (R20 000). The facilitator, Chloe Roberts, revealed that the teen was knocked down by a van in his hometown of Leek.
Stokesentinel gathered that his planned organ donation was going to save seven other people after medical expertise said he could not be saved. Chloe revealed that Lewis’ health has since improved as he is responding well to pain tests and moving his limbs well enough.
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