Oklahoma State Player Praises God for Miraculous Healing

Photo from Preston Wilson’s Instagram

Oklahoma State Player Praises God for Miraculous Healing

By Movieguide® Contributor 

Oklahoma State lineman Preston Wilson praised God after He miraculously healed an unexpected injury. 

Wilson thought he only jammed his thumb during a game against Iowa State on September 23. However, he later realized he wasn’t dealing with a minor injury. 

In a video shared on his Instagram, Wilson said, “I look down, and my wrist is not in place. My bones were not in the right spot. I can immediately tell that my wrist was 100% broken, and I know that for a fact.”

As soon as Wilson realized his wrist was broken, he turned to his girlfriend, Raegan Isham, to ask for healing prayer. 

They both laid hands on his wrist and began to pray. 

“We could feel my wrist turn,” Wilson explained. “There was a bone that turned completely like a corkscrew, and I could feel my bones going back into place through her hands through Jesus Christ.”

“It was the craziest miracle God has ever performed in my life,” the lineman added. “We could physically feel those bones turning and moving back into place. We knew that God was working. It was nothing that any man or woman could do.” 

The next day, he read Matthew 5:8, which reads, “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.”

“That’s what we saw that night,” Wilson expressed. “We saw and felt the presence of Jesus Christ.”

“We’re just in awe of what God the Father had done for us and shown us,” Isham added. “We had to call on Him though, and we had to believe that. We’re still in awe.”

Isham captioned the video, writing, “To God Be The Glory. Last week God performed a physical miracle in our lives through the power of prayer. God is the God of miracles and still performs them today. He is the same God today as he was thousands of years ago. He took two athletes that play on God’s team, made them teammates and used their faith in his name to heal Preston.” 

She continued, “The cool thing about God’s team is everyone makes it! And it is written that God’s team is the winning team. What’s stopping you? Allow Jesus to change your life.”

Wilson openly shares his faith on social media. In a recent Instagram post, he shared Ephesians 6:11, which reads, “Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil.”

“Wilson was back on the field for Oklahoma State’s next game, Friday’s 29-21 win over Kansas State. It was his 38th career appearance for the Cowboys. Wilson has played in at least 10 games each of the past three years after redshirting in 2019, and he has seen the field in four of the team’s five games in 2023,” Sports Spectrum reported.