15-Year Old Wakes Up From Heart Surgery, Watch What His Dad Captures On Film…

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The first moments of life are incredibly precious to witness, but seeing someone come back to life is an experience few (thankfully) get to see.

Such is the case for 15-year old Trevor Sullivan; a young man who already has had enough traumatic experiences to last a life time.

In 2014 Trevor began to get really sick, but when you’re a kid you never think the worst. His parents took him to the doctor thinking it was just a cold, only to have their hearts crushed at what the test results revealed.Trevor and his parents were told that Trevor’s heart was failing, and that he would need a new one to live. Could you imagine hearing such tragic news about your baby?

You can imagine his parent’s thinking “heart failure doesn’t happen to kids… God, why us? Why our son?” Their son’s life was completely out of their control– but that’s usually the time when God does the most work in us.

After months of waiting, Trevor’s family was finally notified that a heart was available for him. It was the first step in a long road to recovery for the young man, but at last a match was found.

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