Incredible! Disabled Girl Who Writes With Her Mouth, Narrates How She Was Able To Do It After She Had A Vision From God

In an interview with Afrimax English, Agatha a disabled girl who can’t make use of her hands or legs has revealed how she started reading and writing even though no one taught her how to

the 35-year-old Agatha was born physically impaired with stiff hands and legs which rendered her bedridden. Due to her condition, she didn’t attend school and didn’t know how to read or write until something happened when she was 13 years old.

In the interview, Agatha said that it all started in the year 2000 when she saw Jesus in her vision, and since that day she started reading and writing. She explained that one day she was just looking at the Bible when all of a sudden she began to understand the words written in it and that the first word she read was ‘Jesus’. She further revealed that, thereafter, she began to write using her mouth to hold the pen.

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She added that she can weave mats and baskets using her tongue to twist, turn and tie and she has learned to use her mouth to do a lot of things through Jesus who strengthens her.

Agatha’s mother who was also interviewed revealed that several people disrespected her in the village for giving birth to a child with a disability but after they learned that her daughter miraculously started writing and reading without being taught, they all came back to apologize.

Source: opera news

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