Brendon Palmer
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Brendon Devon Ford-Palmer was born on October 30, 1989 at Magee Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA to Diane Ford and Delaney Palmer. Brendon was born at just 25 week’s gestation period and weighed a…Continue

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Brendon Devon Ford-Palmer was born on October 30, 1989 at Magee Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA to Diane Ford and Delaney Palmer. Brendon was born at just 25 week’s gestation period and weighed a mere 1 lb. 12 oz. A few days after birth, Brendon underwent surgery to close a value in his heart that normally closes on its own. The battle that this tiny baby had to fight was insurmountable with bleeds on his brain, a ventilator pumping oxygen into his underdeveloped lungs and his intestines rejecting food causing part of his intestine to die (which required emergency surgery to remove the dead part of his intestine). The doctors, undoubtedly, viewed the likelihood of Brendon’s survival as half the glass empty, informing Diane that his odds of survival were slim.
Brendon’s mother called his grandmother, Marva Ford and Aunt Phyllis, both prayer warriors, asking for prayer on his behalf. As they prayed, the Lord spoke, “he shall live and not die”. His family and friends never ceased from praying for Brendon’s healing and his body grew stronger and so did his will to survive. Brendon’s strong will and stubbornness were (and still remain) essential to his survival. With such a miraculous healing and recovery, Brendon became known as “the miracle boy”.
When Brendon was three or four years old, his family went to Florida to attend the Holy Convocation. Brendon along with family and church members were on a bus heading toward Disney World when they stopped at McDonald’s. As they were leaving the bus, Brendon was lethargic and nonresponsive. His Aunt carried his limp body into McDonald’s and laid him on the table until the ambulance arrived to rush him to the hospital, while his younger sister cried, “I don’t want my brother to die”. By the time his mother arrived to the hospital, Brendon was playing with cars, his favorite toy as a little boy, with the nurse in the hospital’s playroom. Once again the doctors were perplexed, all the tests that they ran came back negative and they could not explain what happened. The doctors and staff marveled at the miraculous move of God.
Like most teenagers, as Brendon grew he struggled with the need to “fit in”, he even considered suicide when he was 13 or 14 years old. After talking with family, Brendon realized that he is necessary and needed. That God has great things in store for him. Brendon concluded that he was released from his mother’s womb, sojourned through Magee Women’s Hospital and made it through all the trials and tribulations to triumphantly tell the world that With God ALL things are possible.
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At 3:39pm on October 30, 2011, Sister Scott said…
At 3:16am on October 30, 2011, hilda said…
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