Today’s Honoree is Jerry Smith

Jerry Smith lives with his wife, Jan, in northern Texas, where they both work in real estate. He holds a degree in accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

“My book, “Does God Give Us More Than We Can Bear?”, is an Amazon Best Seller, and is the story of my life.

I truly believe that God does not give us more than we can bear. At the age of 64 I was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis, an untreatable and incurable lung disease, and given an estimated 6 months to live. My doctor told my wife and I, “You have a Death Sentence and there isn’t any hope worldwide”. My doctor told us that the medical profession in this country had known about pulmonary Fibrosis for 25 years, but still didn’t know what caused it and that there wasn’t any medicine or treatment anywhere and at this time, there wasn’t any research being done that he was aware of. We went home and I started researching the internet and found a doctor in Germany that had a laboratory. He analyzed my blood, made a serum using my blood and 16 months later I became, as he put it, the first known person in the world ever cured of Pulmonary Fibrosis.

My story begins when my Grandmother died giving birth, leaving my Mom an abandoned deaf-mute. As an adult, she was raped and gave birth to me and I was immediately abandoned. I grew up in foster care, worked my way through college, married and my wife was murdered, my Grandson was killed at 15 and I attempted suicide. After a few years, I remarried, found happiness and then my diagnosis.

After my cure, I wrote my book, became a public speaker and began Radio and Television appearances. I believe that it is God’s purpose for my life to live it where I can make the most difference in other people’s lives.

November 15, 2011, I wrote my 3rd book titled; “The Secrets  To Happiness-You Can Have It Too!” The book is due out in June, 2012.

Jerry Smith lives with his wife, Jan, in northern Texas, where they both work in real estate. He holds a degree in accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

“My book, “Does God Give Us More Than We Can Bear?”, is an Amazon Best Seller, and is the story of my life.

I truly believe that God does not give us more than we can bear. At the age of 64 I was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis, an untreatable and incurable lung disease, and given an estimated 6 months to live. My doctor told my wife and I, “You have a Death Sentence and there isn’t any hope worldwide”. My doctor told us that the medical profession in this country had known about pulmonary Fibrosis for 25 years, but still didn’t know what caused it and that there wasn’t any medicine or treatment anywhere and at this time, there wasn’t any research being done that he was aware of. We went home and I started researching the internet and found a doctor in Germany that had a laboratory. He analyzed my blood, made a serum using my blood and 16 months later I became, as he put it, the first known person in the world ever cured of Pulmonary Fibrosis.

My story begins when my Grandmother died giving birth, leaving my Mom an abandoned deaf-mute. As an adult, she was raped and gave birth to me and I was immediately abandoned. I grew up in foster care, worked my way through college, married and my wife was murdered, my Grandson was killed at 15 and I attempted suicide. After a few years, I remarried, found happiness and then my diagnosis.

After my cure, I wrote my book, became a public speaker and began Radio and Television appearances. I believe that it is God’s purpose for my life to live it where I can make the most difference in other people’s lives.

November 15, 2011, I wrote my 3rd book titled; “The Secrets To Happiness-You Can Have It Too!” The book is due out in June, 2012.

Visit Jerry Smith for more information.

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