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God heals a little girl’s brain tumor

Kayla Knight, an 11-year-old girl in Texas was diagnosed this past May with having a brain tumor that covered roughly 25% of her brain after being taken to the doctor by her mother, Amy.  The story was originally reported by KLTV News in Tyler, Texas.  When Kayla and her mother got the news from the doctor, they dropped to their knees and prayed for Kayla’s healing.  They then went to church that Sunday and had 30 people pray over Kayla with the laying on of hands.

Two days afterward, Amy took Kayla back to the doctor to see how fast the tumor may have been progressing, but no tumor appeared on the second MRI.  The doctor was dumbfounded, so he ordered an additional MRI to verify what he was seeing.  The third MRI verified that the tumor was gone.  Still in shock about what he saw, the doctor stated that there was no way to explain it except that it was a miracle–an act of God.

For the full story with the video and MRI scans, click the KLTV link provided above.

I’m so thankful to God that he is still doing his marvelous works today that he did centuries ago with the first-century church!

–posted by Harry A. Gaylord–


5 thoughts on “God heals a little girl’s brain tumor

  1. Thank God for testimonies like this. I’m currently battling breast cancer 4th stage. I know God is a healer but would only say if it is his will. My aunt stopped by to see my mom who I have not seen in years and God used her to let me know he gave us promises and we should have faith in his promises as well as knowing his healing is one of them. I understand that now. I pray that more people be blessed by your testimony because it sure has blessed me.


    1. May God’s will be done in you and may he be glorified however your situation goes. “For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord’s,” Romans 14:8.


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