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Born Cross-eyed, Kidney Failure And Diagnosed With Infertility: Mum, Laurie Idahosa Tells Amazing Testimony Of How God Restored Her

Born Cross-eyed, Kidney Failure And Diagnosed With Infertility: Mum, Laurie Idahosa Tells Amazing Testimony Of How God Restored Her

Motivational speaker and clergywoman, Pastor Laurie Idahosa took to social media to share some of the health challenges she had faced in the journey of her life that God took care of.

Listing three wonderful things that the Lord has done for her, Laurie, who is the Pastor of My Church Unusual,   said that she was born cross-eyed but God healed her eyes and straightened them out.

The mom-of-three boys revealed that she was diagnosed with infertility however God blessed her with three children who didn’t have to go under the knife to be born.

She added that a part of her kidney “died” and God “restored” it. She also revealed she was diagnosed with infertility yet God gave her three children and they were all “naturally conceived”.

Laurie who is married to Bishop F.E. Benson Idahosa, the first son of late Archbishop Idahosa, also expressed gratitude for the influence God has bestowed on her to speak into the lives of other people.

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See her post below…

“Today, I am grateful for….

1. Today, I’m grateful for God healing my body. Did you know that I was cross-eyed as a child? God miraculously healed my eyes and straightened them out.

I had a part of my kidney that had died. God restored it. I was diagnosed with infertility, God gave me three children, naturally conceived… The list goes on and on.

I look back and think… “what if God had not intervened as He did. How would my life have been?” Today, I am grateful that God still heals and that He has miraculously healed me over and over again.

2. I am grateful for the influence God has given to me and the access I have to speak into so many lives. I don’t take this for granted. 🙏

3. I am grateful that our three sons are excellent communicators. They have learned how to have those uncomfortable conversations and have developed a keen sense of trust in us that whatever they tell us, we will sort out together.

They are such amazing young men. I’m so proud of them and grateful that God allowed me to be their Mom.

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What are you grateful for?”

ALSO SEE: Lessons Couples Trying To Conceive Can Learn From How Laurie & FEB Idahosa Overcame Their Challenges With Infertility

 

 

 

 

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