Prayer Requested for Sam Yangmi

Apr 28, 2016

Southeast Asia Field:  Please continue to pray for Samuel Yangmi, who suffered from a hemorrhage and impaired vision in his left eye last week.

Thankfully, the doctor did not see any new damage; a natural degeneration caused a small tear and the doctor will be able to better see and give advice by the next check-up. The hemorrhage is expected to clear up completely in about two months.

Sam currently serves as a District Superintendent in one of the areas in the Southeast Asia Field. He and his wife Lumae thank everyone for your prayers.

The Yangmis wish to send the following message to those who continue to pray for him:

“Thank you for your prayers. I can feel and see daily improvements to my eyesight. When you have your eyesight you really do have most everything . I have a better appreciation for my eyesight and thank God each day for healing me.”

 

 

 

 

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