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A Muslim woman was pronounced dead in Moscow, Russia. Her body was sent to a coroner’s office where it was stripped and stored in a cooler.

According to Assist News, 62-year-old Sabina was suddenly conscious.

She saw a tree growing at the top of a well.

From its trunk, a branch unfurled toward her, where she lay on a hospital gurney.

When the branch came within arms reach, it turned to flesh and she heard a voice say, “If you grab onto my hand, I will bring you back to life.”

She reached out to the waiting hand and suddenly she was cold and naked beneath a sheet, surrounded by corpses.

Voices reached her and she sat up, calling, “I’m alive. Don’t worry.”

The voices belonged to doctors, who rushed from the morgue in fear before turning and realizing she was, in fact, quite alive.

She was immediately offered clothing, water and food. The medical staff then transported her to a university research hospital.

Hospital personnel have yet to release a public or official statement on Sabina’s miraculous revival after being pronounced dead two days before.

Sabina, originally from Central Asia, returned home Sunday morning to stunned daughters.

“There’s somewhere I have to go,” she told them before heading to a Pentecostal church, where she cast aside her Muslim faith in exchange for Christianity.

Sabina’s son, whom she originally went to Russia to visit, passed away before she could convert him, but her other son and all six daughters became Christians.

In fact, even the most faithful Muslim daughter, Sabina’s eldest, who had refused to turn from Allah, accepted Christ with open arms.

Each of Sabina’s children either entered full-time ministry or are now studying the Bible.

Sabina’s 92-year-old mother and one of her nieces also turned to Christ.

Thank you Lord for your forgiveness, grace and mercies.
We ask that you touch our lives as lovingly as you touched Sabina’s.
Shower us in your blessings, lessons and love.
Thank you, Father, for all that You do in our lives and all you continue to do around the world.

By Kenya Sinclair


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