Not long after hearing about Jesus from a local church planter, Aye Myat Mon and her son were en route across the city on a train.
Headed to another district of a large city in Myanmar, and far from home, illness struck unexpectantly.
"My son became suddenly quite ill. He passed out lifelessly on the floor of the train. I was scared. I did not know what to do!" she shares of the ordeal.
In a panic, Aye Myat Mon desperately tried to revive him. But he was unconscious, and nothing helped.
"I had no idea what was wrong, and I felt so helpless. I could do nothing to help him," Aye Myat Mon explains as precious minutes ticked by and turned into an hour.
Desperate, Aye Myat Mon's thoughts flew to the words spoken to her just days before.
"The local man who was a church planter told me of the love and strength of Jesus. I was hoping Jesus could help my son. My son had believed, but I was not so sure.
"So I grabbed my son in my arms with people crowded around, looking at us, I began to pray to this Jesus he told me about."
She cried out to Jesus and said, 'My son has believed in you; he is your disciple, please do not let him die." Uncontrollable crying wracked her body. But then, a miracle.
"I saw his left hand begin to move and he slowly came back to life after this his body shook and he spoke very softly me."
"I cannot see anything," he said.
Her young son began to quote from the Psalms, "The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want ..."
As onlookers watched in amazement, his sight returned while he quoted Scripture. His strength slowly returned. Aye Myat Mon wept, and believed.
"We began to hug each other and we praised God like crazy people!" she laughs.
"I had experienced the power of God first hand."