I am keeping an eye on the exciting events sounding Delia Knox. Judging by the number of hits my last post on her has had and the number of tweets and web searches people seem to be doing, other people are quite interested too.
Since the initial few videos of her standing and walking a few others have been published which seem to show her healing is still continuing:
Not sure when this is but she is walking about for 25 mins with a little assistance and praying for people
And check these pics out:
Turns out she lives near where I was born!
And these videos are dated Thursday Oct 21st, so over a month after the healing started, show Delia walking out of a car and up some steps. Still being gently helped on either side but very much out of a wheel chair. I’m afraid at this point I can’t hold in a “praise God!”. Praise God!!
Her sister talking about it and some clips of news coverage.
A trascript of CNN report after a movie clip was shown:
PHILLIPS: Yes, that’s from “Fletch Lives.” Chevy Chase poking fun at faith healers. Maybe this is how you view it. It’s fraud healing. You know, the stuff of parody.
If you do, just suspend your disbelief for a couple of minutes and watch this story from Lorey Schultz of WIVB in Buffalo. It’s about a family getting ready to see their daughter walk for the first time in 23 years.
And I want to say we did ask the Shepherd Center — that’s a spinal cord injury rehabilitation hospital here in Atlanta — about this. And they said right off the bat that it seems like a hoax.
So you take a look at this and then we want you to weigh in.
AMELIA ROMAN, DELIA’S MOTHER: Bless me, Lord.
LOREY SCHULTZ, WIVB, BUFFALO (voice-over): Amelia Roman has waited 23 years for this moment. With family and friends by her side, was about to see her daughter, Delia, walking home.
SCHULTZ: Did you pray every day for Delia?
ROMAN: Every single day.
SCHUTLTZ (voice-over): Others were just as excited.
MILAGROS FANCHER, FRIEND: I can’t wait. I cannot wait to see what God was able to do.
CASIMIRO RODRIGUEZ, FRIEND: Our faith has always been that God does miraculous things.
SCHULTZ (voice-over): For more than two decades, gospel singer Delia Roman-Knox was the woman in the wheelchair. At 25, she was paralyzed from the waist down after being hit by a drunk driver.
DELIA ROMAN KNOX, GOSPEL SINGER: I’m feeling your hands. SCHULTZ (voice-over): Now the Buffalo native, who resides in Alabama, can be seen all over YouTube. Eight weeks ago at a Christian revival, she shocked everyone when she got out of her wheelchair and walked.
Since then, she couldn’t wait to return to western New York to see her parents. Our camera rolled as she arrived and took her first steps outside the family home.
KNOX: That was one of my things, I just wanted to walk up the stairs and see my mom and my dad. I just thank God that they’re alive to see this.
SCHULTZ (voice-over): Delia claims she had no idea that on the night she was wheeled into the revival, she would leave on two feet.
KNOX: I would stay away from revivals because I’ve been pulled, plopped and dropped. This time, I walked. I didn’t sing. I didn’t talk. I just walked.
SCHULTZ (voice-over): Miracle?
KNOX: All I know is once I couldn’t walk, and now I walk.
ROMAN: My house is as a house of miracle. I tell you that it’s all — it’s only one way. The Lord.
PHILLIPS: Now, again, there’s been no medical explanation of why she’s able to walk now. Delia Knox didn’t want to talk about what her doctor or physical therapist think, and she wouldn’t go into detail about the medical condition that caused the paralysis. One skeptic says that maybe she could walk but just didn’t before that revival.
All right. We want you to weigh in now. What do you think? Faith or fraud? And do you have any miracle stories that you want to share with us? Leave your comments on my blog, cnn.com/kyra. I’ll read some of them next hour.
Anyway, will keep following this amazing story.
PS. Just seen this too were she looks even better.