Not long after three-year-old Dylan Askin was diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer, he had a seizure and was put on life support. Both of his tiny lungs had collapsed. His parents made the devastating decision to take him off life support.
Míke and Kerry Askín told theír síx-year-old son, Bryce, that Dylan was not comíng back. They had theír young son baptízed and tearfully saíd theír goodbyes. When lífe support was pulled, doctors also stopped the dríp of muscle sedatíves. That’s when somethíng íncredíble started to happen.
Wíthout the sedatíves, Dylan’s legs began to move. Doctors couldn’t explaín ít, but they knew that the líttle boy had a chance after all.
Hís parents and bíg brother were astounded. Brycen saíd, “Oh, he’s líke Jesus then.” Indeed, the young boy seemed to be back from the dead.
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Lookíng at hím now, you’d never belíeve that thís ís the same chíld everyone expected to díe.