From Widow-maker to Life (Dan)

Date: 02/13/2020 
Dan survived a massive heart attack. The doctors told him it was nearly a “widow-maker.” He prayed, asking for more time with his family—if it was God’s will. Four stents, prostate cancer, and a stroke later, Dan was still alive and kicking. God had a plan for his life. When he learned that “taking good care of our bodies is an act of worship,” he began to change how he lived, what he ate and drank. Dan attributes his miraculous recovery to God—to prayer and a biblical diet and lifestyle.
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