On a snowy Christmas Day in 1987, Delia was in a car with her sister and brother-in-law when they were hit by a drunk driver. “I was semi-conscious, and then I went unconscious, so then I woke up in the hospital,” she says.
Although the others escaped with minor injuries, the crash left Delia paralyzed from the waist down. Doctors told her she would likely be confined to a wheelchair the rest of her life. She says, “From there on, I went through, ‘What do I do now? Where do I go from here?”
Delia believed God would heal her, as people prayed constantly for her, but after a decade passed with no changes, she began to lose hope. “I didn’t like going to altar calls, because every time I would go somewhere, the service would change to a healing service, and somebody would try to pull me out of the chair,” she says. “I’ve been plopped, dropped, and flopped, and flipped to the point where I was like, ‘I just can’t go through that anymore.”
Watch what the remarkable miracle that happened to her during a Christian conference she attended. She had already spent 22 years in her wheelchair.
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