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DAY 2: THE MAN WHO SIGNED MY DEATH CERTIFICATE


In 2021, I spent 6 months in 3 different hospitals recovering from Covid. A mere 2 months later we would lose their oldest daughter to Covid. In this short booklet, I talk about how Covid struck our family and gave rise to our year of tragedy, loss, miracles and ultimately, victory


HOW I MET THE MAN WHO SIGNED MY DEATH CERTIFICATE


It happened on a Sunday morning. I was talking with pastor Dave. He told me someone was coming that morning who I should meet. The gentleman soon entered, and Dave introduced me to John. John proceeded to tell me that he was a nurse and cared for me the first few weeks of my 6 month hospital stay in the first half of 2021. We soon began talking about my case from 2021. I told him I didn’t remember any of the first 2 months. He detailed how gruesome my case was. He told me all about the night in early January that I died not once, but twice that night in early January (obviously they were able to revive me). John said he was amazed to see me alive. He told me not long after that fateful night in January, he had come into work one evening and found my bed empty. He presumed I has passed. He said he had expected to see me in wheel chair with a traech and a feeding tube.


Then he told me he had signed my death certificate the night I died twice.


TOMORROW: DAY 3 of a series: "THE MIRACLE MAN"


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Nick is the Vice-Chancellor of Amherst Theological Seminary, and he has a D. Min. from Amherst Theological Seminary. He has his MA from Liberty University in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is the author of the book: "The Walk Applied: Living the New Creation Life as a Citizen of God's Kingdom in a Secular World". He has also written "The Fasting and Prayer Handbook". Nick has been married to Kathy since 1985, and hey are the proud parents of 3 children.


Contact Nick at nick.marica@srcministry.org

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