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Friday, July 7, 2006
A Living Miracles: Terry Wallis

Terry Wallis' story is one of true inspiration. As you look upon his image above, what do you see? Do you see a crippled man that the world feels sorry for? Do you see someone that is suffering and does not experience the love of God? I see Jesus Christ through this man. This man is bearing a heavy Cross, but I see the love of Jesus Christ through him. You can see Our Lord best through the poor, hungry, homeless, unborn, sick, and despised. For Jesus Christ humbled himself to their state to raise us all to His divinity. Jesus Christ shines through this man.

Wallis, 42, has regained speech and movement nearly 20 years after a car accident. His brain began to grow tiny new nerve connections to replace the ones destroyed in the accident. Wallis is considered the only person in the United States to ever recover so remarkably after such a long time. As of right now, he needs help eating and cannot walk, but he can count to 25 uninterrupted. He is a miracle - a sign of God's love.

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Photo Source: AP Photo/Brian Chilson


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