Miracle from Togo!

🌈🌈🌈 Togo Mission Trip: πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
Amazing news: this 8 years old boy was born blind. He also can not speak and can not hear. He lives in total darkness and silence all his life.
He has been waiting all these long years for a doctor to do surgery so he can at least see to bring some light πŸ’₯πŸŒˆβ˜€οΈ to his world.
Dr. Kondrot operated on him yesterday to remove bilateral cataracts in both eyes and repair his eyes with other issues.πŸ‘€
Today, one day post-op, here he is seeing for the first time.πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
It is amazing to watch him. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
We are so happy for him. He expression is priceless.
We take our eyesight πŸ‘ for granted, until we watch this boy blind since birth and seeing clearly for the first time. It’s so amazing.
Please watch the video. We want to share this with you.
Our work today has touched his life in a profound way. We hope and pray that he has a better quality of life with his new eyesight.
Imagine the transformation in his life now: he can walk by himself, he can be more independent, he can join other kids to play soccer, he can learn sign language, he can learn to read, go to school, a whole new life has opened up for him.
We could not ask for a better result. His eyes are so clear it’s hard to believe he just had 2 operations done just one day ago.
His name is Epiphany, which means a sudden illuminating discovery or realization. For many Christians, Epiphany refers to the manifestation of the Divine Nature of Jesus.
In a few more days as Epiphany begins to get used to his new eyesight, we will have a happy boy running and smiling as he starts to live his new life.
It’s a happy day here in Togo as we celebrate many more blind children and adults regain their eyesight when we do our post-op bandage removal.
With love from Togo Africa. πŸ§‘β€οΈπŸ’›πŸ’šβ€οΈπŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’š

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