After almost losing her life to the deadly disease of the flesh-eating bacteria, Aimee Copeland finally goes home. Copeland's life is a miracle, after the disease killed people who lived in various states across America. Although, she lost most of her limbs, she is a living testimony for the rest of the body of Christ to remain strong, no matter what we are going through in our personal lives. Yes, we endure pain and persecution in our personal lives; but how would we handle it if we endured Aimee's trial? Many of us probably would have just gave up and wanted to die.
Aimee Copeland is a born again Christian, so her life is a testimony for us to learn how to hold on, even though others may give up on us. The good news regarding Aimee's limbs reminds us of previous testimonies of people whom have went to heaven and actually saw angels preparing limbs to bring down to earth for people whom trust God to regrow their limbs. That specific testimony was heard on Mary K. Baxter's video on her visit to heaven with Christ. Therefore, no telling what miracle may come out of this situation in Aimee Copeland's case. God already gave her life, so He is able to do so much more for our dear sister.
We are so happy God allowed Aimee Copeland to live. However, we do feel sad for the other patients whom lost their lives to the flesh-eating bacteria disease and pray for their families.
In the meantime, we will continue to pray for Aimee Copeland and we are so very glad her family gets to enjoy her and thank God she is not dead.
Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland goes home
By the CNN Wire StaffAtlanta (CNN) -- Aimee Copeland was spending her first night at home Wednesday since flesh-eating bacteria forced the amputation of her hands, leg and foot three months ago.
Copeland's first stop out of rehab was to Longhorn Steakhouse for lunch with her family, said her father, Andy. She then went to her parents' house in Snellville, Georgia, and relaxed with her sister, Paige, watching Comedy Central while their parents went shopping.
Wednesday night, she will settle into a specially outfitted wing of her parents' home...Read full article, here.