Siblings reunited after 53 years due to COVID-19

There is a saying- ' We are saved by hope, hope that is seen is not hope' -Romans 8:24 Hope and a prayer in deed is what these two siblings had left. After 53 years 53-year-old Bev Boro and 73-year-old Doris Crippen have finally reunited, during the Covid pandemic. According to the sisters, at 6 months Bev was taken from their home - her and her 5 other siblings were taken into the state custody, separated and placed into foster care. How God would have it Doris says; she was recovering from COVID-19 and a broken arm when she was transferred from Omaha where she lives to a hospital in Fremont where there was room for her. Bev, who works as a medication aid in that hospital saw Doris’s name on a patient list. It was a name her mother told her about years ago."

The rest you can imagine - ended with hugs and tears. CLICK HERE TO WATCH

For in this hope we were saved.But hope that is seen is no hope at all.Who hopes for what they already have?25 But if we hope for what we do not yet have, we wait for it patiently. Romans 8:24-25