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Grieving Mom Prays to Hear Dead Son’s Heart, Gets a ‘Miracle’ [VIDEO]

On Christmas Day last year, 16 year old Caleb Beaver of Mississippi died, the result of two strokes that he suddenly suffered on December 23rd.

According to a report from TV station WLOX, his parents, April and Owen, decided to allow Caleb’s organs to become part of the donor program.   

A few weeks following her son’s death, April Beaver prayed to God that she could somehow feel close to her son once again, the next day a letter arrived from the person that had received Caleb’s heart.  He wanted to meet the Beaver family and allow them to hear their son’s heartbeat.

Check out the report and the video of that encounter below.

 

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