BABY WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD & PUT IN MORGUE FREEZER FOR 15 HOURS—BUT WHEN THEY OPENED THE DRAWER…

His parents and the morgue workers were in complete shock when they saw it…

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Since the day he was born, one little baby boy in China has been fighting for his life. Born premature, the infant was placed in an incubator for 23 days before he was cleared to go home with his parents.
His mom and dad were ecstatic to finally bring their newborn into the comfort of their own home, but their joy soon faded when their son started to turn blue only 2 days later. They immediately took him back to the hospital, but it wasn’t long before his heart just completely stopped.
He was legally pronounced dead, and his death certificate was officially signed, as shown below.

His mom and dad decided to have him cremated the next day, so the hospital took his body to the freezer in the morgue. However, that’s when an unexplainable miracle occurred!
When they opened up the freezer to take the baby out for the cremation 15 hours later, he was found crying and kicking his little feet in the air! As his heartbroken parents entered to start the ceremony, they were in complete shock to find that their baby boy was, in fact, still alive!!
He was immediately rushed to the ER so he could be closely monitored in an incubator. Doctors are flabbergasted that a baby declared dead and left in a freezer for 15 hours at -12ºC (roughly 10ºF) could possibly survive.

Only God’s hand at work could have defied such insane physical circumstances.
As written in Job 14:5, “A person’s days are determined; you have decreed the number of his months and have set limits he cannot exceed.”
Got has numbered our days, and it’s pretty clear that he wasn’t finished with this precious baby yet.
Please join us in praying for his continued health so that he may enjoy a long, happy life filled with joy and purpose. This little guy has been saved for a reason, so I can’t wait to see what the Lord has in store for him!

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