We ask My Pope readers, “What’s your miracle story?”

We ask My Pope readers, “What’s your miracle story?”

Today we feature three readers who are living testaments of God’s miraculous ways. From alarming illnesses to second chances, these individuals learned first-hand that no trial is unsurmountable when we hold fast to our faith. Read their stories below.

 

Also Read: My Pope Readers Share Their Miracle Stories

 

A Life to Live

When I gave birth to my daughter, Yanna, she had jaundice and her platelet count reached over one thousand—when the normal count is supposed to be just 450! The doctor said a stroke was possible. We stormed the heavens and held our breaths for the next 12 months as her condition only stabilized when she turned a year old. To this day, we still pray the Rosary two to three times a week, say the novena every Wednesday, and hear Mass on Sundays. We are so grateful to the good Lord for answering our prayers that we share our blessings with a cancer foundation here in Davao and also by sending milk to the children in Marawi.

–Jhoanna Ong-Valenzuela, 36

 

A Second Chance

I came to the Philippines to work against poverty here in the Philippines, but I wound up experiencing it firsthand because the people who were supposed to take care of me took advantage of me instead. This situation was compounded by a worsening condition in my right eye. I fell in with the wrong crowd of friends and began a downward spiral. But today, I have many things to be thankful for: a nice home, the healing of my eyes, and the chance to travel abroad. But most of all, I am grateful for the chance to forgive those who hurt me, and to be forgiven for my own faults. Now I can be free of my past and share His loving kindness with others.

–Robert Joseph Kleist, 36

 

Give Me a Sign

When my husband died, it felt like my life ended. We have no children, so he was my everything. My job in Iloilo paid so little I could barely get by. With my resources depleted due to my husband’s medical bills, I was at the very end of my rope and prayed to the Lord to give me a sign. That night, I dreamt I was on a journey carrying two heavy bags. A week later, an aunt offered me a job in Manila. Now I like my job, I’ve found new friends, and I’m able to send money home to my parents—with a little extra to pay for the upkeep of my husband’s grave.

–Ma. Fe Puchero

 

What’s your miracle story? Share your answered prayers with us at stories@mypope.com.ph!

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