Sadie Robertson has asked for our prayers for a very special bride, Hayley.
Taking to social media to ask her fans and followers for prayers, Sadie has recently posted a heartbreaking photo and story.
Via Instagram, Sadie posted a story about a beautiful bride, Hayley. Hayley recently married the man of her dreams, Harrison, but tragedy struck shortly after the happy day.
On Aug. 14, Harrison suffered a traumatic brain injury. The doctors originally were not hopeful for a full recovery and they offered no guarantee that he would wake up or have a functioning brain ever again.
A hopeful Sadie admitted,
We knew that God could heal him, and we knew God kept him alive for a reason. I trusted what God was telling me, which was to keep holding on, praying and trusting.
And after a long two months of being in a coma, Harrison began making progress. And within the past month, Harrison has shown great signs of progress. Sadie said,
Within the past 4 weeks, Harrison has surprised everyone with his progress. He is now communicating by touching yes/no buttons on an iPad, opens both of his eyes, and has begun functional use of objects.
Unfortunately, it won't be enough until Harrison is healthy once again, and can continue living his life.
Sadie asked fans and followers to pray for Harrison and either repost the photo or use the hashtag #prayforHarrison, but she said, "don't just post ... PRAY!"
This message to all of you is from that beautiful bride named Hayley. Her love for her handsome groom is radiant. Please join me in prayer for Harrison. can you please repost this pic or a pic of any scripture using the hashtag #prayforHarrison, but don't just post ... PRAY! they need it so badly right now. Harrison suffered a traumatic brain injury on August 14th of this year. From the beginning, the doctors weren't hopeful that he would even live. During the first few days post injury, they told us he wasn't brain dead but they couldn't guarantee what the outcome would be. His injuries were extremely severe. But we knew that God could heal him, and we knew God kept him alive for a reason. I trusted what God was telling me, which was to keep holding on, praying and trusting. After being alseep for 2 months, Harrison finally got accepted to the Disorders of Consciousness program at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, but even the doctors there gave us a bleek prognosis. Within the past 4 weeks, Harrison has surprised everyone with his progress. He is now communicating by touching yes/no buttons on an iPad, opens both of his eyes, and has begun functional use of objects. Today brought renewed hope as the doctors told us he would advance to inpatient rehab next week because he is in progress. 11.19.15
Our hearts go out to Harrison and his family during this difficult time.
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