Sunday, April 8, 2012

Healing the Ethiopian Musician of Blood Cancer

Ethiopia, Axum, antique church of St. Maria Zion
Cancer of the blood is a terrible disease that spares neither children nor adults. For its treatment contemporary medicine uses such harmful procedures like chemotherapy and radiation therapy. In special cases, a difficult surgery on a bone marrow transplant is doing, but it may not give a success if the donor tissue do not take root in the body of the patient.

This disease was diagnosed at the famous Ethiopian musician Tamrat Molla, the East African star of show business, frequenter of popular TV shows.

He was in despair, he understood that his career came to an end, and life itself is in mortal danger. In these gloomy days he turned to the sacred Christian roots of his people, who accepted the gospel of Jesus Christ already in IV century. He asked his friend to bring him the holy water from St. Mary's Church in the city of Aksum (northern Ethiopia), and he began to pray fervently to God for his recovery.

After drinking the holy water, Tamrat Molla went quickly on the mend. Next week his doctors pronounced him a full recovery. Experts from the U.S., who examined a musician, also witnessed the absence of any signs of the disease.

After recovering, the musician returned to work, and his miraculous healing once again confirmed the truth of the Holy Gospel to all Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia.

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