Hope is something most cling to, especially during hard times. When Dan Scott's wife was in a coma after suffering a stroke, he struggled to be optimistic.
Then doctors told him that IF she woke up she would be partially paralyzed from the waist down.
The Tennessee man stayed by his wife's side for days. The only time he left was to go for a walk around the hospital hallways. During his walks he met Genevieve Ruiz, a janitor at the facility.
What she told him shocked him. After striking up a conversation and telling her that his wife was going to die, Ruiz said, "No she is not."
Confused he asked her how she knows. She said, "I know. Stop grieving. She’s going to walk out of there. She’s going to be OK.”
Sure enough, six days later Dan's wife woke up. A year later she was completely recovered.
He attributes this miracle to God. "Mostly God’s work happens away from church. Genevieve helped me with that. She pushes a mop. She’s not even a doctor, but she was a gracious human being who wasn’t just working the clock,” he said. “She was every bit the servant of God that I was," said Dan.