This Muslim woman was pronounced dead and lying cold in a morgue in Moscow, Russia for two days already.
Suddenly, she returned to life and stepped out of the hospital gurney!
Based on her testimony, the woman, named Sabina, says while she was lying at the morgue surrounded by corpses, she had a vision of a tree growing at the top of the well, according to Assist News.
From its trunk, a branch moved toward her. The branch then changed into flesh as Sabina heard the words, "If you grab onto my hand, I will bring you back to life."
Sabina did as instructed. She then woke up and heard the voices of doctors searching for a missing cadaver—hers.
"I'm alive. Don't worry," she shouted at the frightened doctors.
The medical staff offered her water, food and clothes, and arranged for her transport to a university research hospital in Moscow, where she had traveled from Central Asia to visit her imprisoned son.
Mystified hospital personnel could not explain how Sabina returned to life after spending two days in a coma and then two more days in the morgue.
When she returned to her home somewhere in Central Asia, Sabina had another big surprise for her family. "There's somewhere I have to go," she told her daughters.
She headed for a Pentecostal church and promptly professed her faith in Jesus Christ, leaving behind her Muslim faith.
The hand that lifted her from the gurney at the morgue, returning her to life, unmistakeably belongs to Jesus. That's why she readily embraced Him upon returning home in gratitude for His saving grace.
After she told her six daughters and a son about how she came back to life, they all converted to Christianity.
Last year, Sabina, who is now 63 years old, saw her 92-year-old mother and a niece also embracing Jesus.
More recently, Sabina's oldest daughter—who just this summer was highly critical of Christianity—also turned to Jesus.