Thousands of strangers across the world are praying for a young Christian woman in comatose due to brain hemorrhage. Her family is describing it as a “supernatural movement” of God.
The 22-year-old Hannah Montagu, from Bath, England was rushed to the hospital on the morning of January 10. Hannah suffered a massive brain bleed, upon arriving at the hospital, she underwent an emergency high-risk brain surgery. Her sister, Abbie Young, was immediately able to gather thousands of people to pray for her.
“We need a miracle and in a few hours we managed to get thousands of people praying for her life so please please please pray with us today as we need a real miracle,” Abbie wrote on her Facebook post.
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The young Christian woman’s surgery went well, however, she fell into a coma as her brain is not connecting with her body. A 24/7 prayer rally was set up on Zoom by one of Hannah’s friends. Thousands of people from around the world committed to pray for Hannah’s recovery. Even strangers prayed for her.
“It’s just kind of blown up and it’s incredible. We have thousands upon thousands of people praying for us. There are little churches in the middle of nowhere also holding prayer meetings for Hannah,” Abbie was quoted as saying.
“Supernatural movement of God”
Hannah was only given two days to show improvement by the doctors before they end life care. However, the Lord answered the prayers of those who faithfully prayed for her recovery! In an update posted on January 12, Abbie said that her sister has been showing improvements. She had moved her hands and was extending her legs.
Hannah’s family is describing how these prayerful people showed up as a “supernatural movement of God.”
“It’s a supernatural movement of God, the way people have been moved in their hearts to pray for her. The thing that’s really comforted me is I’ve seen that this is so beyond Hannah. It’s a movement of God and I really believe it’s Him asking us to wake up as a Church and have faith. We feel the faith,” Abbie said.
Today, Hannah is still fighting for her life, but on a positive note, she is showing improvements. Let us continue to pray for this young faithful woman’s full recovery.
Reference: Premiere Christian News
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