The 42-year-old mother, Marie Massey, was just 23 weeks pregnant when her baby was born. She told ABC News that she had a dream the night before she went into labor. She heard God telling her He would take care of her daughter, but she had to have faith.
The baby wasn't due for another four months, but the day after the dream the expectant mother took the train from her home in Princeton, New Jersey to her job at a bank in Manhattan. It was there that she discovered she was in labor. She was taken to NYU Langone Medical Center.
Massey was given pills to stop the labor, but the pills didn't work and the baby was born that afternoon.
The doctors told Massey to expect the worst because babies born that many months premature rarely survive. They warned her about a variety of things that could affect the life of the baby.
When Massey told the doctors her baby would be fine, they contradicted her saying, "But you don't understand, Ms. Massey. There's no chance here."
Despite the odds against her, baby Faith, who got her name from Massey's dream, survived and is developing outside the womb.
Doctors are monitoring Faith because she is sensitive to respiratory infections and viruses. They are making sure she meets key development milestones.
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