"I was a monster": The extraordinary metamorphosis of Dejah, from the heroine to Jesus

Around the world, drugs continue to wreak havoc among young people and families. The story of redemption and restoration de Dejah Hall is a powerful testimony to what God can do in the most desperate circumstances.

Dejah Hall hit rock bottom at a very young age. From the end of adolescence, she resorts to synthetic drugs and experiences a cycle that leads her in spite of herself towards addiction and degradation. Very quickly, it is escalation. Crystal Meth, cocaine, heroin… At 22, she is nothing more than a shadow of herself when she goes to her grandfather.

“I was a monster in every sense of the word. "

It was a simple open-hearted conversation with his grandfather that would mark a breaking point in his life. As they both sit, the old man in the wheelchair simply opens his heart to her.

"You hurt me Dejah ..."

The young woman then remembers looking at what she had become, and being "disgusting". She promises her grandfather to try to get better. A few hours later, the police arrested her and she was taken into custody. It is there that she will meet Jesus, and that her life will be changed forever.

The story of Dejah has made the rounds of many media which sometimes tend to obscure the role of God in his restoration. But Dejah, testifies on social networks to restore the truth and honor Jesus.

“Let's be clear, I wouldn't be here without the love and support of my Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. "

On December 6, she celebrated her 4 years of sobriety on the Facebook group, Sobriety Birthdays and declared:

“With God's help, I completed my bachelor's degree, and I hope to someday serve in prisons. I have a beautiful 18 month old baby and everyday I thank God that I am not where I once was. »#Sobriety is #Possible 06-12-2016

 

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