Woman Disfigured In Church Bombing Had Little Hope Of Survival Then Wakes Up After Miraculous Vision Of Jesus

God is always in control and he promises in Romans 8:20 to work for the good of those who love him and who have been called according to his purpose. When Samiha Tawfiq Awad and her husband, Qalini, were attending church the morning of December 11, 2016, they didn’t expect to come face to face with death. The couple was on their way to do what they did every Sunday morning, attend St. Peter’s church in Cairo, Egypt and worship the Lord. But, all of the sudden their lives completely changed when a terrorist ran into the church just before 10 a.m. and blew himself up.

Qalini called out to his wife while the building around them started to crumble. He frantically searched for her, however, he didn’t find her until hours after she was taken to the hospital. “She won’t survive,” the doctors told the nervous husband. The bomb blast killed 25 people that day and severely disfigured Samiha’s face. Still, she defied the doctors who had expected her to die. Miraculously, she held on and survived. Since then, Samiha has fully recovered and is back to living at home with her husband. “The doctors might’ve given up on Samiha, but God had another plan!” Qalini said.

“They put me on the list of dead victims of the attack already,” Samiha said. “The doctors thought it was useless to treat me, so they just came to check on me now and then to see if I was already dead. But I stayed alive.” Samiha also said that Jesus was with her the entire time. “I don’t remember much of the explosion and the first days after it,” she said, “But I remember that I saw Jesus on the ceiling when I was lying on the ground after the explosion,”  Samiha said that Jesus had visited her multiple times while she was fighting for her life in the hospital. “I would have been willing to die for Jesus,” Samiha said, “but the fact that He kept me alive so miraculously tells me that he wants me to live.”

Samiha still cannot see, smell, or hear on one side of her face. Still, she and her husband forgive their attackers. “My faith tells me to forgive. So every time I feel angry, I sit down with my bible and browse to the Sermon on the Mount. There, Jesus says we should forgive our enemies. It helps me to read that part over and over again,” Qalini said. “If I would meet the family of the attacker, the only thing I would ask them is: ‘Do you know Jesus?’ I pray they will find the right way,” Samiha said.

[Source/CBN]

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