Mom, I Got In A Car Accident


For most people, walking is a normal part of our day to day routine. It’s just something we do, like breathing.

I was so proud, as I watched our 22yr old son Phen, walk towards us. He walked right into my arms and gave me the biggest best hug ever. I love hugs like that, don’t you?

No one would ever guess by watching the way he walks today, that he nearly lost both legs to a horrible car accident.

January 13, 2009, 7:30 pm I got the phone call every parent hopes never to get. His voice came through on the other end, “Mom? I got into a car accident.” “Are you ok”, I asked, already preparing myself to be stoic. “I think I broke my leg”. “How do you know this?” I asked. “My bone is popping through”, he replied.

The next few hours painted a picture of how sever his injuries were and what happened.

Due to balding tires and dirt on the road, his car lost traction spinning him out into a cow field. The car came up out of a ditch breaking his axel, busting it into the firewall and breaking his gas and brake pedals. This allowed the rocks in the field to tear the floor of his car off, leaving his legs to continually hit the ground for 60 meters until legs caught on something in the field, shattering and snapping them both.

Since then he has undergone 5 surgeries and months of physical therapy to repair what was thought to be irreparable. Dr’s were concerned that his breaks were too close to his ankles complicating the blood and oxygen flow needed to bring about healing.

We have seen one miracle after another as we watched God defy all the Dr’s concerns that Phen would never walk again.

January 5th 2009, Phen’s operation to remove 2 screws that held his left ankle together went flawlessly. His Dr told us that all necessary blood flow from the leg into the foot has healed and is why the ankle healed so well.

God is good all the time. Even through the tragedies, I see how He uses them to work the soil in our heart, removing the stones that prevent the roots of a good planting to grow deep and be fruitful. I am so grateful that Papa God makes such a tremendous difference in our lives. Taste and see how good He is.

There is no such thing as a hopeless situation with Papa God. If you are in the midst of a situation now, I pray that He will provide for you in every way that you need. He is the Lord God Almighty… Jehovah Jirah… the God of all sufficiency… exceedingly, abundantly above all that we could ask or think….

Psalm 65:9
You care for the land and water it; you enrich it abundantly. The streams of God are filled with water to provide the people with grain, for so you have ordained it.

When I read a scripture like this one, Papa shows me that I am the land. He cares for me and He supplies His Spirit (water) and through His Word (grain) we are given nourishment.

Papa loves you and and has a marvelous purpose for your life. Don’t look at the situation. Satan uses situations to brew hopelessness. Keep your focus on Papa and know all is well.

Psalm 34:8
Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him

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About Ostara Schultz

Stephen & Ostara Schultz are a Mother/Son duo who are modern medicine healers known as the ‘Spiritual Chefs’. use kitchen analogies to teach how to become their own spiritual Five Star Chef, learning new transformational dishes to release Stale, Icy, old recipes of blocks, resistance and emotional triggers. They teach how to remodel the space they create from and cook up special and delightful life-banquets they’d like to experience and enjoy. They’ve ridden through their own Dark Night of the Soul when they experienced family disowning them, foreclosures, car accidents, near death experiences, drugs and the Complete Dissolution of Life as they knew it… as with any Initiation, this experience just prepared them to now support You… To walk through fire alongside you, to work through any issue or challenge by shamanically unwinding the brambles of spiritual and physical trauma and unlocking the Practical Solutions that have been hidden from You. They now live in the San Joaquin Valley with Eric, Stephen’s dad who is also Ostara’s husband on Life Purpose and puppies. Together they are helping people to create a signature sovereign lifestyle budding with abundance in love, spiritual gifts, money and all the self’s i.e. self-confidence, self-assurance, self-love to name a few. They inspire other heart centered entrepreneurs to align their businesses to a new paradigm of 5D consciousness. Ostara and Eric has a healthy sovereign daughter Lauren, who is happily married to Kyle, whom is absolutely adored by the Schultz’s, two grandchildren with one on the way, they are truly blessed. Reach out to them, they’d love to meet you. www.spiritualchefs.com hello@spiritualchefs.com Stockton Ca, USA Email: hello@spiritualchefs.com Facebook Ostara Facebook Stephen Facebook: The Spiritual Chefs
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7 Responses to Mom, I Got In A Car Accident

  1. Pingback: all review » Brooke Hogan Talks About Car Accident – Needs To Shut The F*** Up!!

  2. jessica says:

    i thank you for letting me know that God loves me. i use this medium to thank God for all His numerous blessings on me

    • veronicaschultz says:

      Hi Jessica,
      I’m so glad you came by. Yes, God loves you so much. Matter of fact, He is very fond of you.
      ((hugs)) and love
      Vee

  3. jessica says:

    i was touched by your stories thank you for helping me know that God loves me and is interested in my. i pray that God would give me the grace to be His instrument

  4. Great God! Great Testimony.

  5. What a powerful testimony, Veronica. I’ve prayed for you & your son on several occasions but this is the first time that I’ve been blessed to hear the whole story.
    Thank you for sharing it. Blessings to you & total healing to your son Phen.

  6. obnoxious says:

    just beautiful. just like you my friend. i am so glad our paths have crossed.

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