Kaebetswe Mokone was a healthy and happy child, playful and active both at home and in school. This continued to be the case until his parents encountered a rude awakening that this description of their son would only be a fading memory. On December 9, 2005, a car hit Kaebetswe who survived with a severely broken femur. The accident left him incapacitated and hospitalized with his leg in traction for 6 weeks.
Apart from the negative impact the accident had on his education, when Kaebetswe was discharged, it was discovered that one of his legs had become 2.5 centimeters shorter than the other, requiring him to use crutches for the next 3 weeks. In order to conceal the resulting limp, Kaebetswe walked on his toes to balance his gait. As a result of his new condition, he isolated himself from his peer, sinking into a depressive state.
In this condition, Kaebetswe attended the Night of Bliss in Johannesburg with Pastor Chris Oyakhilome PhD, which held at the FNB Stadium in 2011. As Pastor Chris ministered during the program, he started praying and suddenly, Kaebetswe felt the affected leg shaking; soon enough, he discovered that the previously shorter leg had miraculously increased in length.
Like the story of the man with the withered arm in Mark 3:1-5, Kaebetswe had his leg restored. This awesome creative miracle has brought indescribable joy to his family. Three years after, he is still full of health and vitality, perfectly healed in an undeniably miraculous experience.
View more before and after pictures of Kaebetswe Mokone in the slideshow picture gallery below.