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Did a mother’s prayer bring her deceased son back to life?

Sammy Berko, who suffered a heart attack, while at a rock climbing gym, experienced a miracle after he came back to life after his mother prayed for him, Faithwire reports.

Berko was near the top of the rock climbing wall when he passed out and fell to the ground. He had suffered a heart attack and was immediately rushed to the hospital in Missouri City, Texas, where doctors spent hours trying to restart his heart.

Finally, when the medical staff were unable to permanently restart his heart, they told the parents that there was nothing more that could be done. Their son was dead.

Sammy’s parents gathered around their son to say their last goodbyes, and Faithwire explains what happened next:

“I [Sammy’s mother Jennifer] started talking to [Sammy], just telling him how much I love him and sorry that we didn’t know how to save him,” she said. “Suddenly, as I started praying, my husband said, ‘Oh my gosh, he’s moving.’”

Jennifer and her husband began shouting, and doctors came in and discovered a true miracle had unfolded and Sammy was back, according to KRIV-TV.

The emotional mom, reflecting on all that unfolded, said the medical professionals at the hospital hadn’t seen anything like Sammy’s recovery before.

“Never had they ever pronounced somebody and suddenly they came back five minutes later,” she said. “That feeling of seeing his heartbeat, there are no words for that. There are no words.”

Sammy, who is now on the road to recovery, experienced what some are calling a second miracle. He has only a little brain damage that included a loss of short-term memory despite a prolonged absence of oxygen to the brain.

READ: ‘I Started Praying’: Mom Turned to God While Saying Emotional Goodbye to Her Deceased Son — Then He Started Moving

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