Thomas was amazed by how much the church's interior had stayed intact when he was finally able to get inside the church.

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Greg Thomas from Minnesota had been diagnosed with stage IV cancer at 57 years old. He was told his days were numbered.

However, his terminal cancer didn't prevent him from taking on a project to renovate an old abandoned church.

The doctors had told him that he only had months to live, and his family was already planning for his funeral.

After his finding, Thomas started taking daily walks with his dog to the church. He would sit on the church steps and pray.

Czech settlers erected the church over 150 years ago, and it lay empty for the majority of its existence. Thomas had attempted to enter the church a few times.



Nonetheless, he was unable to get inside. At some point, he chose to approach a family living nearby to request help.

The family then guided him to a man accountable for the upkeep of the church's burial ground.




Thomas was amazed by how much the church's interior had stayed intact when he was finally able to get inside the church.

At that point, he rolled up his sleeves and fixed a few parts of the church. He worked hard, notwithstanding his deteriorating health, and although he was reduced to eating through a feeding tube.

While doing the renovation, Thomas got some excellent news from his primary care physician: His cancer was in remission. Thomas credited his healing to his endeavors to restore the deserted church.

Many people are amazed at what happened to Thomas. "This is just (marvelous), God is good," one person said. "I am so glad that his cancer is in remission and for restoring a church."





"I'm not Catholic but I think that anything that gives you hope and renews your soul, then all power to you," added another. "Miracles such as this happen frequently to those who believe."

Someone else said, "Thank you God for this miracle! Long live to the Catholic Church that is the True Church founded by Christ!"




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