A Californian man who thought he had a malignant brain tumor has been miraculously healed without receiving treatment for a disease that prevented him from being helped.
Paul Wood, of Lodi, believes that his faith helped him recover without doctors – who gave him several diagnoses when he complained that he was seriously ill a few months ago.
The father was told that he might have a brain haemorrhage from a neurosurgeon at UC San Francisco and a radiologist believed he had a tumor.
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Paul Wood, from Lodi, California, believes that faith helped him recover from a tumor
& # 39; This was back in July 2018, you see the tumor on the bottom right a white round spot, now it's all gone, from the bottom of my heart I want to thank everyone who prayed for me, God heard your prayers. Bless you all and may God grant you favor & # 39 ;, he wrote on Facebook
11 / 1/18 it is a miracle, the tumor is gone, doctors can not explain it, they agree, it is a miracle! Thank you Jesus! & # 39; he wrote on Facebook
& # 39; I had huge headaches, I could not walk through the corridor without holding on to the walls, & # 39; said Wood.
But the day before he was due for surgery, his operation was canceled when his X-ray photos were clearly visible.
Medical experts are baffled about how Wood now shows no signs of disease and has become healthy again.
We do tests and we have medical technology and we try to reach a conclusion … sometimes things happen that we can not explain, "said Dr. Richard Yee.
Wood believes that a higher power worked on his side.
After he told his community about his poor health, he received good wishes from everywhere, especially on his social media.
My phone blows open, my Facebook is prayer after prayer, everywhere in California, & # 39; said Wood. It is a miracle, and so God has planned it. & # 39;
His predecessor agreed that the good intentions of the congregation worked for the benefit of the man.
Thinking positively and putting his trust in God as his religion teaches resulted in an incredible turnaround that inspired members of his church.
He recovered from the fact that he could not walk without help without the help of doctors
& # 39; He kept saying, & # 39; whatever happens to me, it will be fine. I trust God. & # 39; And that was an inspiration to many people around him, "Jason McEachron, a pastor at Gravity Church, told CBS Sacramento.
The outcome was so deep that doctors hope that he will volunteer as part of their study.
Participant Ryan Kimura agreed that prayer works in numbers: "Paul's story just breathes hope."
Radiologists believed that he had a tumor, months later he was better
He believes that it was a miracle of God with the help of prayer from his church