Randy Travis Is Feeling 'Good' After Suffering a Massive Stroke in 2013: 'He's Very Faithful'

Following a respiratory infection in 2013, Travis, 64, suffered from viral cardiomyopathy

a heart ailment that put him in severe condition. Later on, he suffered a stroke,

which required brain surgery. His wife, Mary Davis, speaks on his behalf most of the time because he has difficulty speaking or singing due to aphasia that he suffered after the stroke.She said to Fox

News Digital, "He's very faithful." You see, we put a lot of weight on God. It's difficult to realize that the stroke occurred ten years ago.

There are truly no adequate words to express my gratitude to God for his kindness and grace,

and not a day goes by that I don't say so."Davis spent the initial years following the stroke 

"wondering if we had another day on this sweet earth." Nevertheless, everything turned out for the best because Travis is now stable and wants to share his experience with others."

"We want people to understand strokes, stroke rehabilitation, that there is life after stroke,"

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