Mary Sam, a final-year student of T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School at Potsin in the Central Region of Ghana, has experienced a remarkable turn of fortune as her once-lost vision has been miraculously restored.
Mary, who is preparing for the impending West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), faced an unexpected challenge when she felt a foreign object make contact with her eyes, resulting in her tragic loss of sight. Despite various attempts to aid her, all efforts proved unsuccessful.
In an attempt to seek medical assistance, she was taken to Potsin Polyclinic at 2:00 pm, only to be subsequently referred to Breku Eye Specialist Clinic two hours later. After a thorough examination by the doctor, Mary’s case was initially deemed beyond the scope of medical intervention, and she was discharged without a concrete solution.
Faced with this adversity, Mary’s family returned to their home in Gomoa Dasum, determined to explore any potential avenue that could pave the way for her participation in this year’s crucial WASSCE. It was at this juncture that the suggestion to seek spiritual help at the Kwanyako District mission house of The Church of Pentecost was mooted and accepted by family members.
The family arrived at the mission house around 10:00 pm and was received by the District Minister, Pastor Emmanuel Essandoh, his wife, and some devout members of the church. Together, they engaged in fervent prayer for divine intervention.
In a breathtaking turn of events, Mary’s sight was miraculously restored. She is now eagerly preparing to resume her studies and take on her final year exams with unwavering resolve.
To God be all the glory.
Report by Pastor George Asiedu