BREAKING #ProLife Miracle as Girl wakes from Brain Dead Coma after Fall because of Prayer and the "Hand of God" - SHARE
Many are calling this Miracle healing the 'Hand of God.' Taylor Hale miraculously recovered from a fatal diagnosis. In the fall of 2011, Taylor fell off the hood of her friends car and hit her head. She then went in to a coma. Doctors said she would never wake up but after prayers from a friend she miraculously woke up. The family of Taylor gathered in her hospital room about four years ago to say goodbye. It was Sept. 17, 2011 — six days after 14-year-old daughter and a friend sat on the hood of a friend's car to stop him leaving. He backed up.
One girl slid off and was unhurt. Taylor slipped off and hit the pavement.Stacy Henningsen, Taylor's mom, said she was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.
Taylor was then put into a medically induced coma. Taylor remained unresponsive for a week. Then, she suffered a brain hemorrhage and part of her brain sank into her spinal canal - this meant she was brain dead. Doctors told the parents to take her off life support and discuss organ donation. Jeff Stickel, a chiropractor and friend visited the hospital, saying he felt God was calling him to treat Taylor. Stickel, asked if he could pray with the family.
Dr. Jeff Stickel visited Taylor Hale in the hospital and he laid his hands on her neck and prayed she recovered.Later that afternoon, doctors turned off the life support that had been helping her breath.
Suddenly, something unexpected happened: Taylor struggled to take a breath under by herself and then they reconnected life support. Taylor's brain activity began to increase and her eyes fluttered. She also made attempts to talk. Then she awoke from the coma. “It was the hand of God at work.”
Chuck Hale, her father said, "It was the hand of God at work," Chuck said. "That's the only thing that can explain it." Taylor relearned how to swallow food, how to talk and walk again. A tutor helped her keep up with her class, "I don't remember my childhood," Taylor said. "I look at my pictures, and I recognize that's me, but I don't remember anything." The doctors said nobody comes back from the hemorrhage. Taylor and her parents say the recover is due to: "The hand of God." “God can save people. I’m always thankful to all the doctors and nurses and therapists who helped me get better, but God did most of the saving.”
"God can save people," she said. "I'm always thankful to all the doctors and nurses and therapists who helped me get better, but God did most of the saving."
Taylor's miraculous recovery will always be a part of her story, but she's going to make sure it isn't the only story she has to tell."I'm not a person who is going to quit because I can't do something," Taylor said. "I don't give up." Please SHARE this Story to bring hope to others and show the Power of Prayer!