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Woman Dies and Visits Heaven after Heart Attack: ‘Jesus Is Real, God Is Real, Heaven Is Real’

Janelle Wooford experienced a heart attack that led to her death. During the time of her death, she was transported to Heaven, where she felt joy, peace, and happiness. Despite initially not wanting to leave, she heard her name and answered, leading her back to her physical body.

The EMTs told her that she had no heartbeat for 2-2.5 minutes and performed CPR and shocked her heart to revive her. She was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with a small tear in one of her arteries, which was treated with heart medication. She believes that her experience was a way for her daughter to know that Jesus and heaven are real.

Andrea Bocelli Performs ‘Hallelujah’ with 8-Year-Old Daughter in Stunning Duet

Andrea Bocelli, one of the world’s leading vocalists, is known for releasing music during special occasions and times of need. In December 2020, he released his album “Believe” and held a live performance at Teatro Regio di Parma in Italy, complete with a multi-camera setup and special guests. The full performance was called “Believe in Christmas” and was streamed worldwide to ticket buyers.

A standout moment from the concert was the duet of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” performed by Bocelli and his 8-year-old daughter, Virginia Bocelli. The young talent showcased her beautiful voice and musicality, making it clear that the family’s musical genes have not skipped a beat. Whether Virginia will pursue a career in music remains to be seen, but her incredible talent at such a young age bodes well for her future.

Andrea Bocelli and His Son Matteo Perform Ed Sheeran’s Hit ‘Perfect’, Make It ‘Even Better’

“Perfect” was released back in 2017, serving as the fourth single from Sheeran’s album “Divide.” The song was a massive hit all across the world, topping the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as in other countries such as Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand.

In 2021, Andrea decided to revive the song “Perfect” once again in duet form, this time with his son Matteo. The musically gifted pair sang the song flawlessly together while adding their own unique take on the popular hit. They decided to sing it in Italian, stunning the world with their grace and tugging at the heartstrings of anyone who has since heard the beautiful track.

One person said: “Perfect! Matteo is so handsome and Andrea always draws a tar with his beautiful voice!” Another person said: “Absolutely one of the most beautiful songs ever written. Andrea and Matteo made it even better.”

Nervous 6-Year-Old Girl Looks Soulfully into Judges’ Eyes then Belts out Song They’ll Never Forget

Gloria was nervous at first — seemingly very nervous — but quickly became comfortable performing in front of the three judges and the packed studio audience. Her rendition of the song promptly captivated all those listening to it.

Kelly Clarkson Breaks Down into Tears During ‘Go Rest High on That Mountain’

Honoring a dear friend who passed away, Kelly Clarkson became overwhelmed with emotion while singing Vince Gill‘s iconic “Go Rest High On That Mountain”dedicated to him.

“We want to dedicate it as well,” Clarkson said before her performance. “One of my guitar players, Aven, over here…unfortunately his uncle, who was like a second father to him, his name was Timmy Banks, I hope I don’t cry! That’s the goal. He passed away unfortunately…Anyway he was a good friend of mine, and he was a good friend of his, so we’re going to dedicate this song to him.”

Gill wrote “Go Rest High On That Mountain” in 1995 following the death of his brother. The powerful song went on to earn him two Grammy Awards for Best Male Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song.

Woman Caught Stealing from Supermarket for Her Starving Kids Receives ‘Miracle’ from Police

Theresa West, a mother of three adopted children, found herself in a dire situation in 2017 when her family went three days without food. Despite seeking help from churches and other organizations, she was unable to receive any assistance. Out of desperation, she stole food from a grocery store for her children.

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West suffered from a traumatic brain injury, which prevented her from working. When the police arrived at her home after the grocery store employees reported her, they listened to her story and investigated her claims. Instead of being reprimanded, she received the support of the police officers.

Senior Corporal Keith Bradshaw of the Hillsborough Police Department was moved by West’s situation and decided to help. Along with his partner, they used their own money to buy groceries for West and her children, spending a total of $140.

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After West posted bail, she returned to a refrigerator full of food, and the police department asked for donations for West and her family. The overwhelming response prompted the Hillsborough Police to direct people to their local food bank or social services for donations.

West referred to her experience as a miracle, expressing her gratitude for the kindness shown to her and her family. The generosity of Bradshaw and his partner, along with the outpouring of support from the community, highlights the importance of lending a helping hand to those in need. It serves as a reminder that small acts of kindness can make a big difference in someone’s life.

5-Year-Old Boy Dresses as School Security Officer for ‘Favorite Person’ Day

In March 2020, a heartwarming story surfaced that showcased the impact adults can have on children. At Bobby G. Lester Elementary School in Jacksonville, Arkansas, the school held a “Dress as Your Favorite Person Day”.

While most children chose to dress as their favorite superhero, 5-year-old Easton Blocker had a different idea. He chose to dress as Jeffrey Cross, the school’s security officer.

Jacksonville North Pulaski School District made the decision to have armed security personnel, including Cross, in every school in the district in the fall of 2019. Cross’ role was to ensure the students were safe and secure, and he took the time to explain his presence to the students, who had questions about why he was armed.

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Little Easton was listening closely and was inspired by Cross’ explanation that he was armed to protect the students from bad people who may try to harm them. Easton became infatuated with Cross and considers him his best friend. When the “Dress as Your Favorite Person Day” came around, Easton dressed up in a bright yellow security uniform shirt just like Cross, much to the security officer’s surprise and delight.

Cross was flattered by Easton’s enthusiasm and the school posted photos of the security guard and the “junior security guard” on social media, causing the story to go viral.

Girl Dreams ‘Jesus is Coming for His Children’

Maribelle shares her dream that she believes confirms the coming of Jesus and the end times. In her dream, she saw a tornado in the middle of a city and ran to pray with her family.

God showed her a vision of the world and told her that he would protect them from the destruction and transport her to a safe place where evil cannot touch her. She believe this is a confirmation of the Rapture, where Jesus will grab his bride and take them away from the destruction that is to come.

Maribelle emphasizes the importance of prayer, reading the Bible, letting go of sin, and focusing on God in order to be prepared for the end times. She warn that many people will be left behind and it is crucial to build a relationship with God and be good in spirit.

8-Week-Old Baby Talks and Mom Does Double Take

An 8-week-old baby girl was captured on video interacting with her mother. The video has sparked a debate on whether babies are actually saying “I love you” or just making sounds. Interacting with babies can help them comprehend sights and sounds, and bond with their parents.

Some people recommended to talk to babies like adults, read to them, and listen to their responses. Whether or not the baby is saying “I love you,” her attempts to communicate is a sign of brain development. Soon she will be asking “why” questions and exploring the world with her parents’ guidance.

Woman Rents Home for 20 Years Not Expecting Generous Landlord to Leave House to Her

A cancer survivor named Sayner received an unexpected surprise from her late landlord John Perrett.

Sayner had undergone an operation for bowel cancer in December 2021 and was worried about her future, especially her financial stability in her 80s. To her surprise, Perrett included her name in his last will and testament, giving her the apartment she had lived in for years as a permanent home.

Perrett was a pharmacist who had been involved in various community activities and lived in a nursing home in his last days after suffering from a fall several times. He underwent a kidney transplant 30 years before his death and decided to donate $18.6 million to the Royal Melbourne Hospital.

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Sayner, who paid her rent on time and treated the apartment as her own, believes Perrett saw her as a good tenant and decided to give her the unit as a reward for her loyalty.

Sayner had worked at Costa for almost 25 years before she retired at the age of 74 and had to stop because of her health condition. With her new permanent home and pension, Sayner is grateful for the opportunity to not have to worry about her future.

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Sayner remembers checking up on Perrett during his stay in the nursing home and calling in at least once a week on her way home from work. She wasn’t able to visit him during the last three months of his life but was among the 10 people allowed to attend his ceremony after his death.

Perrett also gave a unit to another tenant and money to his trusted handyman. Sayner’s reward for her loyalty and devotion to Perrett is a testament to how a simple act of kindness can make a huge impact on someone’s life. When asked about her new situation, Sayner simply says, “What more could you want?”

Rod Stewart Repairs Potholes near His Home ‘Because No One Can Be Bothered to Do It’

Rod Stewart, the legendary singer-songwriter and rockstar, has shown that even the biggest names in entertainment are not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. The Grammy and BRIT Award-winning artist, who has sold over 120 million records worldwide, recently picked up a shovel and filled in the potholes near his home in Harlow, Essex, England.

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In a video posted on his Instagram account, Stewart is seen in a tracksuit and neon green safety vest, shoveling gravel into the holes. He explained that the road near his home had been causing damage to cars and that he was taking action as nobody else seemed to be doing anything about it.

Stewart’s actions received widespread praise from his fans and even earned him an invitation from the local council to join them on a day out to see how they go about repairing the roads.

Despite his busy schedule, the 77-year-old took time out of his preparations for his upcoming tour to make a difference in his local community. The work that he carried out was eventually finished by the Essex County Council, and the road was repaired, including the surfacing, cleansing and repair of the road’s drainage.

This is not the first time that Stewart has shown his humanitarian side. He has been involved in numerous charitable endeavors over the years, including supporting organizations that focus on cancer research, children’s welfare, and homelessness.

Stewart’s actions have inspired others to take matters into their own hands and make a difference in their local communities. The simple act of filling potholes may seem like a small thing, but it can make a huge impact on the lives of those living and working in the area.

Rod Stewart’s recent actions show that even the biggest celebrities are not above getting their hands dirty and making a positive impact in their communities. He has inspired others to take action and has demonstrated that everyone, regardless of their status, can make a difference. Stewart is not just a legend in the music world but also a role model for how to use one’s celebrity for good.

Police Officer Family Adopt Baby Abandoned in A Box: ‘She Was from The Lord’

Bruce Faltynski and his wife Shelby were in the process of finalizing the adoption of their older daughter Kaia, when they received a call from the Department of Child Services about a day-old infant Myah found in a Safe Haven Baby Box.

The couple was already foster parents of Kaia and had received foster-to-adopt training, which allowed them to be on a list to be adoptive parents.

Shelby Faltynski stated that she had never heard of Safe Haven Baby Boxes until they received the call about Myah. Indiana’s Safe Haven Law allows for infants up to 30 days old to be anonymously abandoned without criminal penalties as long as they don’t show signs of abuse.

Credit: Myah was dropped off in a box in Indiana similar to the one shown here. (Courtesy Safe Haven Baby Boxes)

There are 126 specially designed Safe Haven Baby Boxes located in seven states, with the majority in Indiana. These boxes are monitored electronically, temperature-controlled and installed in an exterior wall of a designated fire station or hospital. A door on the interior side allows medical professionals to access the baby and provide care.

Since the first Safe Haven Baby Box was installed in Woodburn, Indiana in 2016, no abandoned infants in the state have died. The Faltynskis have expressed their gratitude for the two women who gave birth to their daughters and have nothing but respect for Myah’s mother for her courageous decision.

“And so we have nothing but just respect and admiration, and truly, truly a heart of gratitude for Myah’s mom for her courageous and brave decision. These girls are both an answer to our prayers,” Shelby said.

The Safe Haven Baby Boxes provide a safe and secure way for mothers in crisis to surrender their newborns, and have saved lives in Indiana since their inception. The Faltynskis’ adoption story is a testament to the love and kindness of adoptive parents and the importance of support for mothers in crisis.

Mom on Mission to Show Daughter with a Rare Birthmark That She is Beautiful

Mother Nicole Lucas Hallson is raising her two children, Asher and Winry, with a mission to prove that our imperfections make us perfect.

Winry was born with a rare birthmark known as congenital melanocytic nevi, or CMN, which covers a fourth of her face. As a result, she looks different from other children.

Nicole, who is a teacher, was shocked when she first saw Winry after her delivery in February 2021. She had a normal pregnancy and didn’t expect her daughter to have a skin condition.

In her blog, she writes about the confusion and worry she felt when she first saw the birthmark, which she thought was a bruise or a mole.

”Some of the excitement of labor had passed, and I would say worry was the main emotion I felt – I recognized that it resembled a mole, but I had never seen anything like it, and I was worried it might be harmful to her. None of the nurses had said anything about it at this point, but I wasn’t sure what to ask so I just held her tight and loved on her.”

The National Organization for Rare Diseases states that CMN can take the form of light brown or black patches and can occur anywhere on the body in any size.

Nicole and her partner want to highlight their daughter’s uniqueness and encourage others to embrace their differences. They take precautions to protect Winry’s skin from the increased risk of developing melanoma but are more worried about her being bullied as she grows older.

Despite her birthmark, Winry is a happy and energetic baby who always brings joy to those around her. “She just radiates joy. She’s almost always laughing or shrieking,” Hall said. “She is just the happiest baby I have ever seen.

Winry is a beautiful and unique baby who is loved and cherished by her parents. Her birthmark is a part of her and makes her who she is. Nicole and her partner are working to spread the message that being different is not something to be ashamed of but rather something to be proud of.

Girl, 8, Saves Boy from Drowning in River Despite not Being Able to Swim

An eight-year-old girl is being hailed as a hero for saving a young boy from drowning in the River Tay’s Moncreiffe Island in Perth. Tierney Batt, who is unable to swim, heard Cayden Peterson, 12, screaming for help as he struggled in the water.

The little girl has been described as ‘simply amazing’ (Pictures: Cascade News Ltd)

She sprang into action and waded in to keep his head above water until help arrived. Cayden’s mother, Kerry, described Tierney as “incredibly brave, calm and simply amazing” for putting herself in harm’s way to save her son.

Cayden’s mother has issued a warning to other parents, saying that the water might look calm and shallow, but there could be an undercurrent that could catch someone off guard. She revealed that just a week after Tierney’s rescue, she witnessed a similar incident, which has left her feeling scared and concerned.

Tierney’s father, Greig, is astounded by his daughter’s selfless actions, but says he was also scared for her safety. He says that he is proud of Tierney, who he believes acted on adrenaline, and that the family of the boy she rescued has thanked them so much for her actions.

Cayden’s mom Kerry says, “For a young child she did something some adults might not have thought about”.

Tierney Batt’s heroic actions serve as an inspiration to us all. She shows that age is just a number, and that anyone can be a hero if they put others before themselves. It is also a reminder to be cautious around water and to always be mindful of the potential dangers.

Dad Sold Beloved Car to Pay for Daughter’s Seminary, 21 Years Later She Secretly Buy It Back

Stephanie’s father, like many other good parents, made sacrifices to provide his children with opportunities for success. When he was 16, he bought a 1936 Ford Sedan, which he restored and took to vehicle exhibitions across the US, often winning first place.

In 1993, he sold the car to pay for Stephanie’s seminary school tuition. “My dad talked about this car for as long as I can remember, always saying he would buy it back if he could find it,” Stephanie wrote on YouTube. So she decided to find it 21 years later. After months of searching, she found it, raised the money and orchestrated a secret plan with her mother.

As Stephanie handed her father the keys, he noticed she had Matthew 19:29 emblazoned on the chain, which said, “And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or fields for my sake will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life.”

Watch the heartwarming moment when Stephanie gives the car back to her grateful father, showing appreciation for the sacrifices he made.

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Wins on the Field, but Keeps God in The Center: ‘I Lean on Him’

Jalen Hurts, the starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, has led his team to victory in the NFC championship against the San Francisco 49ers. With a 15-3 record, Hurts has been praised for his contributions to one of the NFL’s top offenses. However, for Hurts, his success on the field is all about God.

In an interview with CBS Sports, Hurts spoke about how his faith has shaped his perspective on the game. He says that he has matured and realized that God is the center of everything he does, and his spiritual wisdom and understanding comes from Him. Hurts displays his faith on the field by taking a knee to pray and his social media is filled with Bible verses and tweets acknowledging his faith.

Hurts has faced obstacles in his journey to the NFL, including being benched after his freshman year at the University of Alabama. But, he recognizes that God put those challenges in his life for a reason and believes that by keeping his faith in God, he can overcome any obstacles. Hurts transferred to the University of Oklahoma and became a top performer, eventually getting drafted by the NFL in the second round in 2020.

For Hurts, carrying the weight of taking the Eagles to the Superbowl is a responsibility that he is putting into God’s hands. He tells CBS Sports that God has made him to be himself, and he goes out on the field every day to be who he is, with God at the center and all the praise going to Him. Hurts’ story serves as a reminder that faith can be a source of strength and guidance, even in the midst of success and adversity on the field.

5-Year-Old Girl Signs Christmas Concert for Her Deaf Parents

In 2013, a heartwarming moment took place at Plumb Elementary School in Clearwater, Florida. Little Claire was performing in a Christmas concert with her classmates, and her deaf parents, Lori Koch and Tom Koch, were in the audience to support her. However, Claire was worried they wouldn’t be able to hear her sing. To ensure they could still be part of the performance, she signed the lyrics to the songs they were singing. This sweet gesture was captured on film and went viral, receiving over 10.5 million views on YouTube.

Claire and her younger sister Charlotte were born with full hearing and the ability to speak normally, but they also learned American Sign Language at a young age to communicate with their parents. Lori Koch spoke to Buzzfeed about the touching moment, stating, “Claire used sign language in the play because she was considerate of us and wanted us to understand the lyrics to the song.” This wasn’t the first time Claire put her parents above others, as she always relays information to them if there is something they missed.

Claire’s intention of wanting her “whole family to understand” her resonated with millions, and she became an overnight sensation. Lori wasn’t expecting the video to go viral, but it was clear that Claire’s actions were too precious to ignore. Claire’s personality and love for her parents shone through in the video, and it’s a moment that will be cherished by everyone who witnessed it.

Claire’s heartwarming gesture towards her deaf parents during the Christmas concert at Plumb Elementary School has touched the hearts of millions and serves as a reminder of the power of love and consideration.

Audience Wowed by Inspiring Mother Singing Celine Dion’s Hit in A Golden Buzzer Moment

Jeanick Fournier is a singer, mother and palliative care beneficiary attendant from Chicoutimi, Quebec. She learned English by watching her favourite singers, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Lara Fabien and Barbara Streisand and emulating their breathing, pronunciation and way of speaking in interviews. Jeanick sings with all her heart and considers her voice a gift from God! Her performance of Celine Dion’s “I Surrender” shocks the judges and wins over Host Lindsay Ell, creating a golden moment!

Adorable Kids Keep in Touch With Their Army Dad through Home Security Camera

Eight-year-old Adalyn and 5-year-old Myla speak to their U.S. Army dad almost every day through their home security system while he’s overseas. A room in their house is dedicated to their father, Jordan Dorn. Clocks tell the time of where the family lives in Colorado Springs and his location eight hours ahead in Europe. Although Dorn will not be home for another four months, his daughters are already fighting over who gets to hug him first.

Walmart Widower, 82, Retires after Good Samaritan Helped Raise $100,000 for Him

In December 2022, a TikTok user was shopping at a Walmart in Maryland when he came across 82-year-old Butch, an older gentleman who was working at the register. The social media user was inspired by other TikTok users who had used their platform to fundraise for workers in similar circumstances and decided to create a GoFundMe page for Butch.

The post explained that he was moved by the sight of the older man still “grinding” and working 8 to 9 hour shifts. He wanted to help Butch, a Navy veteran, to live the remainder of his years traveling to see his kids in Florida.

The post called upon the internet to give what they could to help Butch, with the goal of getting him off his feet and allowing him to do the things he loved that he may not have been able to afford otherwise. It clarified that every penny would go to Butch, and his daughter Janette had confirmed that the funds could be withdrawn on her father’s behalf.

The campaign ended up collecting over $100,000, which was presented to Butch via a comically large check. It was heartwarming to see a community come together for one of its deserving seniors.