'From Grass to Grace- Remember Man Who Was Rescued After Years Eating Grass, Metals, And Nails, See His Life Transformation
Our God is great and nothing is impossible with God. God does miracles as many as he wants because He is God and he uses people he wants for the glory of his name.
He has manifested his love in a young man who used to feed on snails, grass, and nails. The life of Peter Mbugua transformed after he met Jeremy Damaris, one of the most famous YouTuber and a pastor in Kenya.
The young man used to feed on some of the most strange things one could ever imagine. Peter was taken to a rehabilitation center and though he still has 3 months before he set free from the rehab. He has already shown a lot of improvement.
Peter is now a pastor in the making below are some of his before and now photos.
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