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Declared dead, man returns to life after prayer

On September 20, 2006, while driving to work Jeff Markin didn’t feel well but managed to drive himself to a nearby hospital. There, he had a massive heart attack.

After failing to revive Markin, Cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall declared him dead.

As he was leaving the emergency room, Crandall heard a command to pray for Markin. So Crandall returned to the bed and prayed over the dead body of Markin.

After just one shock with defibrillators, Markin came back to life, with a regular heartbeat. Three days later, he woke up with no evidence of brain or organ damage.

Here’s 700 Club’s video:

Dr. Chauncey Crandall is currently chief of the transplant cardiology program at the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. (Read his bio, here)


Take this heart disease risk test

Two days ago, my husband, James, underwent a cardiac catheterization to insert two artificial valves into his heart over the two calcified malfunctioning valves.

Thanks to all your prayers, the surgery was successful. Late yesterday afternoon, James was moved from Intensive Care into a “regular” hospital room. Praise God!

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer in America. And this is true for not only men but also women. In fact, nearly one-third of all U.S. deaths result from heart disease.

In fact, nearly half of those who die from heart attacks each year never showed prior symptoms of heart disease. Right now, millions of people over age 40 are suffering from heart disease and do not even know it.

Dr. Chauncey W. Crandall, M.D. and Newsmaxhealth.com have created a simple, easy-to-complete, online test that will help you understand your heart attack risk factors. When you take the Simple Heart Test — it takes just 2 minutes to complete — you’ll discover:

  • Where you score on our unique heart disease risk scale
  • Which of your lifestyle habits really protect your heart
  • The true role your height and weight play in heart attack risk
  • Plus much more!

Dr. Crandall has vested financial interest in this because, along with emailing you your test result (mine says my heart disease risk is “Moderate”), he offers you his free book and a 3-month trial subscription to his monthly report. If after 3 months you do nothing, then automatically your subscription is renewed for a year and your credit card is billed $54.

Recognizing that, the heart test is still worth taking, if only as a reminder to us to decrease diet and other lifestyle risk factors.

The 20-question test takes just minutes to do. Click here!