Pastor successfully overcomes Covid-19 and leaves the hospital exalting God. After a week of being hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The pastor thanks the doctors and staff who helped him preserve his life after being positive for Coronavirus.
This is Mark McClurg, from the Down area of Northern Ireland, who posted photos of himself with Ulster hospital staff on his Twitter account; and also pointed with two thumbs up as he left the hospital in a wheelchair.
At the time of the good news, McClurg, a father of three, wrote, “Jesus is my healer.”
“I’m leaving Ulster Hospital. I want to thank everyone for their prayers, I want to thank the staff at Ulster Hospital for saving my life. I hope to enjoy life. Overcome #Coronavirus. Be nice. Jesus is my healer”; you can read in the description of his publication.
The 40-year-old pastor’s post went viral on Facebook, at the time when he begged all citizens to respect social confinement measures.
Mark also asked people to ask God for their health and to take the pandemic situation with all the seriousness it entails.
Otherwise, they would end up like him, coupled to a fan and struggling to breathe in the ICU.
“Don’t think this won’t touch you, the coronavirus”, he said. “Don’t think for a moment that this is just a little cold and a cough you’re having. Look at me and listen”.
“Keep social estrangement because Northern Ireland will overcome it, but we have to do this to protect the NHS. We must protect the heart and soul of Northern Ireland right now and that is our NHS staff”; the pastor added.
“They need us. I’ve seen their faces. I’ve spoken to them. Some of them have come to an agreement with the fact that they are going to get coronavirus. Let that sink. Make your part”.
Finally, he explained that social separation does not mean that people cannot lift their cell phones to call their loved ones; but to be wise and kind.