Prayers continue to pour in for the daughter of Grammy nominated CCM singer/songwriter Natalie Grant. Eight-year-old Grace was hospitalized on Sunday night with pneumonia, an Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infection, and a partially collapsed lung and was in respiratory distress. The situated appeared serious and Grant took to social media pleading for prayers for her daughter's health.
Grace started to show some signs of improvement on Monday as Natalie continued to ask for prayers. "All of this sent her asthma in to overdrive. She's exhausted, I'm exhausted but we know that God is completely in control, and we have peace in the midst of chaos," Natalie shared.
Grace's breathing continued to improve on Tuesday and her heart rate became more normal. Wednesday brought more great news of significant improvement.
"Our girl has made MIRACULOUS improvements overnight!!! One of my specific prayer requests was that her spO2 levels would increase - they were steadily hovering around 85-88% and that was WITH the help of oxygen. Now the level is at 95% and she no longer needs oxygen. The tube is gone! Believing it will be at 100% soon. Her lungs are continuing to open up - continue to pray as she fights the pneumonia & RSV. The color is back in her cheeks and she just ate a good breakfast. God is good. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your prayers. Hoping and praying we can say goodbye to the ICU today," Natalie posted to Facebook.
Please continue to join us in praying for Grace and all those battling illnesses of the body, mind and spirit.