World renown televangelist and founder of The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), Dr. Pat Robertson has finally returned to The 700 Club, 10 days after sustaining and ‘miraculously’ recovering from an embolic stroke.
On Friday, Feb. 2, the 87-year-old was admitted to Virginia based Sentara Norfolk General Hospital after a family member recognized the onset of stroke.
Pat Robertson’s son, Gordon Robertson narrated how God’s hand was in every moment of the ordeal, even in the circumstances leading up to it.
“When they determined it was a clot, that test came back positive, then suddenly I appear…I walk in (to the hospital) exactly at the right time that they needed someone who had the authority to give permission to give the tPA drug, which breaks up blood clots—the cause of Dr. Robertson’s stroke—immediately,” he said.
Within 10 minutes of getting the drug, he was awake and responsive and able to move all of his limbs, Gordon said.
Doctors declared his rapid recovery a “tPA miracle.”
Pat Robertson appeared on Monday’s ‘The 700 Club’ show and said: “I am grateful for the expressions of love and concern that have come toward me from all around the world, and I am thankful that I have received what amounted to a miraculous healing instead of what could have been a crippling illness. I am delighted to be back on the air to fulfill my life calling.”