This was a scary miracle. So, Sara had been sick for a couple of weeks, but she was just congestedand had a little pain in her side so she thought it was just a cold or something. Well, it is February of 2017 and Sara said it was getting worse but she did not want to go into the hospital, which I understand. One night, however, we were just talking after our small groups, and Sara just started saying she hurt bad in her side. Julia wanted to go into the hospital, but Sara did not yet, she said just wait. Julia called Sara’s mom finally and said we were going in. Julia, me, and Daniel started praying over Sara to be healed. We prayed while Sharnae went to get her car. After Sharnae came back, we were still praying in tongues. I ran and told Nate that Sara was sick and we were bringing her in. He grabbed his stuff and came with me. We all prayed for Sara in the hallway again as we were leaving. Suddenly, she started to cry and said the pain was too much. We helped her into the elevator to go downstairs. About halfway down, she fainted. We think now that she overheated due to her fever. We just held her until we reached the 1st floor. She said she could not stand so I picked her up and carried her out to the car. Before I did that, I asked God to give me the strength to be able to carry her safely to the car. She felt like 50 lbs. After I put her in the front seat, we laid the front seat back for her. Me and Daniel squeezed in the back seat together. I wanted to be there for her through it all. Nate and Kaleb decided to stay back, I think to pray. Anyway, even though they did not come, we were still focused on Sara. The whole way to the hospital, we prayed for Sara. Sharnae ran a red light to get there faster. We apparently went to the “closed” side of the hospital, which seems ridiculous. In an emergency, you just go to the hospital, you do not take the time to see what part is open. We had to help Sara back in the car while we figured out which door to go into. We finally found the urgent care door that was open. I ran in and told the lady what was happening. Instead of calling someone, she had to ask Sara a bunch of questions while we watched her. We had just rushed her to the hospital and now we are waiting for the lady to ask her questions about her birthday. Then she told us to take a seat. I was honestly about to ask her why they put the “urgent” in urgent care. Anyway a few minutes later a nurse came and asked Sara more questions and took her temperature. She was at 100 degrees. Then they had her go back to a room where only two people could go with. Julia and Sharnae went with Sara. Me and Daniel stayed back and prayed for about 30 minutes until Sara texted me to come see her. Daniel was crying most of the time we were praying so I just held his hand and prayed more. Our prayers worked because when I went back to see Sara she said there was no infection, but there were bacteria in her urine. The nurse prescribed antibiotics and we could leave. We had to get the pills from a machine in the lobby, which was very poorly set up. I had to go ask for a specific number that they never gave us so that we could call some lady to approve insurance. Finally, the pills popped out and we could go back. We were at the hospital until 2:00 AM, we had left BSU at around 12. Sara was going to be fine, so everything was now relaxed. I had texted people earlier to pray for her, and hopefully they did. Prayer really works, maybe Sara could have had a kidney infection but because we prayed, it was just a little bacteria.