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Praying Wife, Healed Husband is a riveting account of Marcy’s spiritual fight on behalf of her husband, Tee, as the clock was ticking on his life. His was one of the worst COVID-19 cases known to one of America’s top hospitals in the early stages of the 2020 Pandemic. Hear how Marcy’s remarkable and relentless faith stirred up a bounty of prayer warriors to breathe hope into a hopeless situation.
As the entire world has been challenged by varying degrees of virus upheaval and panic, resulting in ever-increasing death toll statistics, this book reminds us that there is a human element to this crisis that supersedes numbers. It reminds us to take inventory of our spiritual life while we still can. It reminds us that with every trial in life, we have the opportunity to respond with faith or with fear. When Marcy chose faith, miracles happened.
About The Book
He who finds a wife finds a good thing,
and obtains favor from the Lord.
Before March of 2020, Tee & Marcy were your typical, fun loving, empty-nester couple, living their lives to the fullest. Then, in the blink of an eye, life as they knew it drastically changed. During March 2020, COVID-19 struck their household forcing them to endure the ultimate test of faith to not only sustain their marriage and finances but life itself!
Tee spent 46 days isolated, for the most part, from his beloved wife and family as Johns Hopkins Hospital’s worst COVID-19 case at that point in time. With 28 of those 46 days in a medically induced coma, it wasn’t looking good for Tee from a physical and medical standpoint.
This book will have you devouring every page consisting of Marcy’s journal entries, progress notes from Tee’s medical team, and inspiring text messages to and from her friends, family, and spiritual leaders. You’ll be intrigued by Tee’s personal account of matters as he fought to defy death several times while intubated.
Fortunately for Tee & Marcy, they had excellent health insurance and other affairs in place to overcome this major curveball life threw their way. As a bonus, enjoy their self-help section full of expert advice and resources to assist you in getting your own house in order regarding your health, wealth, and relationship wellbeing. Now, more than ever, you must protect yourself in these times of crisis.
The Emergency Room
An ER Visit Turned Unimaginable
When we arrived at the ER a nurse met me at the curb saying she was waiting on us. I thought “Yes, we’re off to a GREAT start. No ER drama, so everything is going to be fine.”
I couldn’t go inside, as they weren’t letting anyone in—especially not me with a recent COVID positive diagnosis. As the nurse and I helped Tee out the car, he realized he didn’t have his phone charger with him. I promised him I would get him a charger if he ended up being longer than planned. I kissed him, told him I loved him and reassured him he would be OK. I watched them put him in a wheelchair and wheel him toward the ER entrance. I climbed back in my car to head to the parking lot. I glanced back and noticed they were taking his vitals at the entrance. So, I looped back around and asked the nurse if he had a fever. She said, “No, he’s normal.”
I thought to myself, “Great, still no fever, we are good!”
Driving off, I looked back one last time and took note of the back of Tee’s head and his gray and orange sweat suit. That last image replayed in my mind over and over in the weeks to follow.
I sat in the car for about 45 minutes without hearing from anyone. Finally, I dialed Tee’s cell phone and he didn’t answer. He called me back about five minutes later and put the ER doctor on the phone (the heroic, angelic, incomparable Dr. Sarkar, whom I introduced you to in my earlier section).
“Things are a lot worse than we envisioned here.” Dr. Sarkar began. “We are going to have to do an emergency intubation, and we need your permission.” My mind rapidly grappled with that information to formulate a suitable response. Emotion took over as I spewed sentiments of how special Tee was to me and how he had so much to live for. Through a teary and shaky voice, I gave permission—no, it was more of a command—for Dr. Sarkar to do whatever he and his team needed to do to save Tee’s life!
Next, I begged him to let me in to see my husband. “Please, I will wear whatever you need me to.”
Dr. Sarkar’s chilling but truthful words struck as a reality check to me regarding the severity of the coronavirus in those early stages of the pandemic. “I can’t let you do that; you will contaminate my whole staff.”
They handed the phone back to Tee and I spoke to him briefly. His slurred speech indicated he was succumbing to his pre-intubation sedation. I told him I loved him and that he was going to be OK. I assured him he was in God’s hands.
That would be the last time Tee and I would speak for more than a month. With all the peaks and valleys, and trials and testimonies that were about to take place, that one month felt more like a year.
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Meet Co-Authors, Marcy Myles-Clark and Theirrien (Tee) Clark, First-Time Inspirational Authors and Master COVID-19 Overcomers, encouraging and enlightening their readers of Praying Wife Healed Husband with their remarkable story of miraculous healing.
When not writing, Marcy, a native Philadelphian, is also an entrepreneur who has worked in the Medical/Pharmaceutical Sales industry for 20+ years. Tee, a native Marylander, is a 30+ year law industry professional. Prior to marrying in 2015 and setting up household in the Howard County, Maryland area, Marcy and Tee enjoyed a long, beautiful friendship/courtship. They boast of a beautiful, blended family of two children, twin grandsons, and a grand-dog.
To their friends and family, Tee & Marcy are likened to Martin and Gina of TV’s sitcom, Martin, for their fun and lively relationship style. Hailing from a childhood of traumatic experiences and painful losses, Marcy cultivated the ability to laugh at life’s troubles and rely heavily on her faith, understanding that hardships are designed to craft one’s strength and grant unwavering faith.
Tee and Marcy are passionate about helping others “get their house in order” spiritually and financially to position for success. To learn more about their book, services and events, email them today!
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Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Praying Wife Healed Husband” by Marcy Myles-Clark
4 out of 4 stars
The year 2020 was quite eventful for most people. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic ensured it would be a year to remember (or to forget for some). The world was brought to a standstill, and people had to sit back and evaluate what really mattered to them.
Theirrien “Tee” Clark thinks it is the usual flu and cough when the symptoms begin. However, when the diagnosis reveals that he is COVID-19 positive, his life and those of his family members are quickly turned upside down. This is a true story of survival and faith in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds, written by a wife who resolved not to let the pandemic have her husband. This book gives deep insight into the seriousness of this coronavirus and the amount of work that has gone into and keeps going into combating it.
Praying Wife Healed Husband is an inspiring true story. In this book, Marcy Myles-Clark narrated in detail her husband’s battle with the deadly coronavirus. She presented the bulk of this story via her journal entries during the ordeal. Tee’s battle with the coronavirus happened in the early days of its emergence when no one knew much about the virus. It was difficult for me to read about his struggle for his life in the Intensive Care Unit of Johns Hopkins Hospital. It made me even more thankful that I haven’t been directly impacted by this pandemic while helping me realize the enormity of the current global situation. I was deeply moved by this couple’s story as they fought gallantly together while separated.
Marcy’s faith was inspiring and admirable. She wasn’t allowed to visit or take care of her sick husband as he was quarantined for more than 46 days. Alone and not knowing what to do, Marcy could have lost hope and resigned herself to the worst. However, she retained a firm belief in God and held fast to her conviction that Tee would be alright. I admired her unreserved devotion to her husband and determination to stand by him through the ordeal. I wasn’t surprised that she prayed fervently for his recovery—being a person of faith—and even got others to pray with her.
This book was divided into five broad sections; her journal entries, while they made up a significant percentage of the book, constituted only one section. There was also a section for Marcy’s email correspondence with the attending physician, another section for the text correspondence with friends, family, and medical personnel during Tee’s ordeal, and one for the progress reports from Johns Hopkins. While this book was put together and presented by Marcy, there were a few first-person narrators, including her husband. This caused a little redundancy problem; the different narrators essentially talked about the same thing but from different perspectives. While I’m certain this was done to give a well-rounded and detailed insight into Tee’s and Marcy’s experience, some points were mentioned repeatedly. This wasn’t a good look, in my opinion. I would have preferred if the writing was a bit more concise.
In any event, it was an inspiring book and a bit of an eye-opener. The book was professionally edited; I only found a few grammatical errors. This was a fantastic presentation of the Clarks’ experience with the coronavirus pandemic. It was emotional, inspiring, and in many ways, enlightening as far as how to survive the coronavirus. I’ll still give it a perfect rating of 4 out of 4 stars, as my only issue with the book is purely subjective. This book would be ideal for anyone who has being affected by COVID-19 in any way. There is hope to be found within the pages of this book even as the world continues to battle with and recover from the effects of the coronavirus.
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I am so impressed with Marcy & Theirrien’s book about their experience with Covid-19. I loved it so much that I purchased 25 copies for my friends and family members who love to read! It is not only a detailed account of what happened to Theirrien when he almost died of Covid-19, it should also be an inspiration to all who read it. Marcy truly loves her husband and she proved that she was up for the challenge. Her faith in God and the dedication of the hospital staff at John Hopkins gave her the strength and stamina to cope. Marcy became an extraordinary warrior who was willing to fight for her husband’s life. She is an unusual woman with many talents and capabilities. You will be blessed by her insight, her compassion and her writing skills. Don’t miss out in sharing her story!
Just came home to my autographed book….best sellers book!! The girls were looking at Tee’s pictures in the book and are amazed by how God restored him. Even children will be blessed by this testimony! TGBTG! Keep pressing cousins…God is pleased!!! Love you guys!
Reading your book and come to this section. Where you text that Tee’s in trouble and you’re heading to the hospital. It made me cry that morning and makes me cry now. I was so scared for him and for you. In the back of my mind the only reason they were going to let you see him was to say goodbye but alas God is Good and thank Him that he’s still with you! Love you guys!
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