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How God Saved Ncamiso's Life

How God Saved Ncamiso's Life

   Thuli Khaledi
   22 February 2019

“Jesus is my Saviour. He saved my life” 

Playing football with his friends one sunny, Sunday afternoon Ncamiso had no idea what would happen next near the Mafutseni CarePoint in eSwatini. While he was taking a quick break from the game, men in ski masks attacked him from behind and began to cut his throat. 

While Ncamiso tried desperately to fight them off, his friends began calling him to hurry up as they were losing the game. Upon hearing the voices of Ncamiso’s friends calling, the men let go and ran away.

Ncamiso’s friends had not seen what happened and thought he’d just left. Struggling to pull himself out of the bush by rolling his body on the ground, Ncamiso eventually collapsed. He was discovered later by a neighbor after several hours barely breathing and having lost much blood.

Ncamiso was rushed to the hospital where he steadily recovered. It took him a long time to eat properly and regain his voice.

The Children’s Cup Wellness team has continued to support Ncamiso throughout his recovery journey. As soon as he had been discharged and could walk on his own, Ncamiso was enrolled in counseling where he began receiving help to process this traumatic experience. 

Today, Ncamiso, though still accompanied to school by his father, is living a full and happy life. Although he is extremely shy and very seldom talks to strangers, his bright and warm smile can light up a room.

Ncamiso trusts and believes Jesus as his Savior. He says that Matthew 5:16 encourages him to “let his light shine.”

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