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A teen from Texas brought back from the dead


As a teen says, he was brought back from the dead thanks to God. His case is very specific, and doctors don’t offer any reasonable explanation.

It is quite unexpected to hear that a young and healthy person, like Zack Clements (17) collapsed in school while running in P.E. class, without a reason. This was exactly the situation that happened to Clements.

Right after the accident, he was taken directly from Victory Life Academy (Brownwood, Texas) to the hospital. Doctors tried to help him, but his condition was so serious that his heart stopped working for 20 minutes.

As soon as doctors got his pulse, he was transferred to another hospital, Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth.

His recovery was miraculous and his story leaves people speechless. He claims that Jesus came to him while he was gone for those 20 minutes. This is why his family thinks of his recovery as a miracle.

As Clements explains, Jesus put his hand on his shoulder and comforted him.

He and his family are aware of the fact that many people won’t believe them, but the important thing is that the story makes sense to them.

Billy Clements says that the moment when Zack woke up and described his heavenly experience is unexplainable.

His mother, Teresa, is aware that doctors don’t accept this kind of explanation, but she doesn’t mind the idea of God helping her son. Simply, she is grateful for the second chance for her son.

As soon as Zack is fully recovered, he will go back to school. In the meantime, his family is collecting the money through donations and selling T-shirts in order to cover expenses of Zack’s medical treatment.

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