Miracle on Day 1

A teacher's nightmare almost happened on the first day of school but God was there to prevent it.

Full of illusions, nerves, expectations and many more emotions, we began our first day of classes at Ebeye Seventh Day Adventist School.

It was 10 o'clock in the morning when the children went out to recess, and suddenly I saw a bunch of people in a circle and the desperate face of a family mother. When I got closer to see what happened, I saw that it was a boy on the ground. The worst thought crossed my mind before I saw that he was breathing and crying.

Rajabonin is a fifth grader and had been sliding down the second story hand rail, lost his balance, and fell. He was taken to the hospital to do exams and make sure everything was fine. It is incredible to know and feel how God’s Angels take care of us at every moment. After some time of waiting, the doctors said that in spite of the fall only his wrist was dislocated and that he was out of danger.

With the principal of the school, we had the opportunity to talk with the parents and they told us that they are grateful to God and that what happened is only a sign of a miracle. All of us who are part of the school joined in prayer for Rajabonin and visited the hospital to sing and pray for him. A few days later, I brought some letters that all his classmates wrote for him with verses from the Bible and messages of recovery, and I was surprised to see the improvement he had made. He could walk normally and his face was very different. God listens to our prayers and not only listens to them but answers them.

Weeks after, here's Rajabonin back in school!

Rajabonin is completely recovered now and is back in school to continue learning more about the love of Jesus. I know that I have a real God, a God of the impossible, a God who works miracles every day and a God who loves us so much that he gave his life to save us.

Never forget to thank God for the great miracles that He does every day of your life.

“For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.” Psalm 91:11

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