Faith and God heals brain tumor
POSTED: Friday, September 7, 2012 - 11:29pm
UPDATED: Saturday, September 8, 2012 - 3:05pm
Longview, TX — This is Rosemary Ott, she was diagnosed with a stage five brain tumor in 2009. Glioblastoma- the most common and aggressive brain tumor.
After chemo, radiation, two brain surgeries and being in hospice… doctors told family she wouldn't talk, see, have memory, and most likely not make it.
"God had sent me to him because he knew what to do and what to go on, and god had said go ahead...let him do the surgery," said Rosemary.
Ott's second surgery was in May, and it was at a follow up appointment…
When doctors told her that the tumor is completely gone… as if it disappeared and were surprised with her recovery and strength. Today … she sees life differently.
"God is in control.... God is in control," said Rosemary.
Through her strong faith in God, Ott's family, friends, church members prayed for her.
She says she became stronger with time... and with prayers.
Her granddaughter Brianna says, she learned a law of life…she reads from a published essay that she wrote about her grandmother.
"Christ may work in mysterious ways, but I have trust him no matter what gets in my way. God left her on this earth to be a Christian role model for me and to help me grow in my walk with Christ," said Brianna.
Ott has shined light down on many through her faith. She knows God is with her.
She says, she' isn't a miracle…. God is.
"I know he's watching me, I have no doubt in my mind," said Rosemary.