Kentucky man miraculously healed of terminal cancer

Roger Teague of Perry County, KY, had battled cancer for years. Then things got worse in 2012 when a tumor caused him to have a stroke. Doctors were able to remove the tumor, but cancer still ravaged his body as he continued his chemotherapy. Finally, one day Teague decided that he’d had enough of the chemotherapy and stopped all treatments, believing that God had healed him.

Teague said he had an experience where he could see and feel God removing the cancer from his body, so he immediately ended the treatments. His doctors didn’t believe he would survive so they told his two daughters and their stepmom to make him as comfortable as possible until his inevitable death.  After the experience, he returned to the doctors so they could run tests and no cancer whatsoever was found in his body. Teague’s family and his doctors chalk it up to a miracle, which proves once again that it ain’t over until God says it’s over. You can find out more about God’s healing of Teague at this link.

“…If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.” Matthew 17:20

Harry A. Gaylord

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6 thoughts on “Kentucky man miraculously healed of terminal cancer

  1. Thank you for your threads of news Harry, much appreciated, we need more news like this in the media to encourage those who don’t believe to witness God’s mighty hand in these situations. We also need Christians to make prayer and worship more intimate and allow more time with the Holy Spirit so that miracles like these occur more often.

  2. How are you Harry, i hope everything is going well for you. Just wanted to say that its amazing how atheists love to mock god and people who dont follow their ideologies. Anyway apparently there are transitional fossils. some of them are the tiktaalik also the archaeopteryx Lithographica which is a 150 million year old ancestor of modern birds from jurassic limestone in bavaria apparently this limestone imprint indicates a transition between reptile and bird if you have the time to have a look at this i would appreciate it very much Harry

    God Bless

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