Amazing things are going on everyday in this life. And God has been so merciful to his children. Some are in good health while some are not in good health. But in all situations, we give God the glory.
Today, this article explore a story of a 4-year-old boy identified as Bayezid Hossain who was born with an incredibly rare condition that has left him looking like an old pensioner man.
According to newsmen, "the little boy's condition means he suffers from a swollen face, sagging skin, aching joints and hollow eyes which he may never find a cure."
It was further disclosed that, "children in his village, are afraid to play with him because of his condition even though his father says he is much smarter than others the same age."
Friends, you will also need to know that his parents have been told Bayezid is unlikely to live past the age of 15 due to rare condition.
See some photos below:
Let's continue to pray because nothing God can not do.
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