Coronavirus Patient Says God Healed Him After He Heard Him Saying, “You’re Getting Better”

A heartwarming story of God healing an infected person from the deadly novel coronavirus is giving people encouragement everywhere.

Clay Bentley

Clay Bentley is a retired sheriff’s deputy from Georgia who contracted COVID-19 after attending a service at the Church at Liberty Square in Cartersville, Georgia.

He was rushed to the hospital the next day where he was diagnosed with pneumonia after having breathing problems.

But after a few days, he tested positive for coronavirus.


“You know I was in the hospital for about 12 days. I guess it was around the fifth or sixth day, the doctors told me we tried everything,” he remembered.

“We ran all these antibiotics through you. We’ve done all these tests, and he said, ‘You’re worse today than you were when you came in the hospital,’” he continued.

That’s when he says he heard the audible voice of God speaking to him, ‘You’re getting better. You’re getting better,’” he said.

After a few moments, Clay’s difficulty with breathing eased. “And about I guess it was about 3 o’clock in the morning I got to the point where I couldn’t even breathe, and I tell you I felt like I had a man laying on my chest and the weight of this man was so heavy that he was taking my breath. I mean, it was like I couldn’t even breathe,” Clay recalled.


“And then all of a sudden I felt this — I felt air blown into my lungs and I know as a believer that God was there with me, and he began to blow air in my lungs and I took a deep breath.”

By the next morning Clay Bentley was feeling much better and even the doctors were amazed that the fluid in his lungs was almost gone.


Doctors believe that it was his prayers to God that helped bring healing to his body. What a powerful testimony by Clay Bentley on God healing him completely from the novel coronavirus. This is what we all need to hear during this time of world crisis due to the coronavirus.


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