- A video of a young man pleading with God to save his life whilst lying in bed at a health facility has surfaced on social media
- In the clip, he is seen battling for his life as he begs God and the health personnel attending to him to save his life
- One lady responded, saying: ''We don't save lives. It's God who saves lives''
- Social media user, Abena Joyce, has indicated that the young man has passed away
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A heartbreaking video of a young man who reportedly passed away after battling for his life at a hospital has stirred raw emotions on social media.
In the clip originally sighted on the Facebook page of Abena Joyce, on May 25, the young man whose identity and details were not shared along with the post could be seen lying in a hospital bed and battling for his life.
Amid tears and pains, he begged a health worker attending to him to save his life, saying: ''Sister, save my life'' but the lady responded, saying: ''We don't save lives; It's God who saves lives.''
The young man then turned to God to ask for His forgiveness, shedding tears and saying: ''God please save my life. If you save my life, I will not sin again.''
Despite his plea, the young man reportedly passed away and the heart-rending moment in the hospital before his demise has erupted emotions, garnering tons of comments online.
Meanwhile, an evangelist runs commentary on the clip to share a discerning message to viewers.
Commenting underneath the video, Jeff Ery said: ''Dear Lord, forgive us our sins everyday and may you judge us by our heart not our sins amen ❤️.''
''Evangelist God bless you for sharing this video, God help us to get more closer to him ,'' Theresa Aayel said.
Michael Sarfo indicated that death is inevitable.
''Death is inevitable. We'll die one day. Yours is to live life to the fullest and love as you want to be loved even if you don't believe in any religion.''
Nana Sikabaa writes: ''The nurses are rude and stupid why did they ask him to stop his prayer for repentance. May God forgive him.''
''Thanks to the person who corrected him that they don’t give life but rather is God who’s gives life. At least he saying that will save his soul. God bless you,'' Lina Mame Ama Ackon said.
Watch the clip below:
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Nana Ama McBrown has delivered adorable snaps to announce that she and her husband are returning from their vacation in Dubai to Ghana.
In an Instagram post, the famous TV show host said: ''Bye Bye Vacation #HomeComing.''
Nana Ama McBrown and her significant other, Maxwell Mensah, travelled to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates after hosting the United Showbiz on May 16, 2021.
The couple has since been serving their fans with visuals from their vacation in the emirate city, sharing their fun moments with them.
In other news, Samuel Asante, a talented Form 2 student of the Nkwatia Methodist Junior High School (JHS) in the Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region, has built an electric incubator from local materials.
In photos sighted on the Facebook page of the Parent-teacher Association (PTA) chairman, Ernest Sampong, Asante's electric device had successfully hatched baby chicks in a box.
The miniature incubator had empty egg crates placed on a wire mesh and a light bulb inside it.
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