How Faith Saved Delilah After She Lost 2 Sons

By | Health & Fitness

Quickly create stunning landing pages.

How Faith Saved Delilah After She Lost 2 Sons

Romance radio star Delilah is opening up about the pain of losing two of her sons.

While taping an episode of The Dr. Oz Show set to air on Friday, the famed host recalled how angry she felt after her 18-year-old son Zack died by suicide in 2017. (Her 16-year-old son Sammy also died from complications from sickle cell anemia in 2012.)

“I went into a rage when I started doing the research on the medicine I told you that he was given,” Delilah, 59, said, though it’s unclear which medicine her son was taking at the time of his death.

But then, “a couple of things happened” that changed her perspective.

Watch more on The Dr. Oz Show:
Subscribe to Dr. Oz's official YouTube channel:
Like Dr. Oz on Facebook:
Follow Dr. Oz on Instagram:
Follow Dr. Oz on Twitter:

About the Author

  • Michelle Farnham says:

    I grew up listening to Delilah!! Couldn’t fall asleep without her!

  • Angel’s Life says:

    I love listening to Delilah I listen to her on Iheartradio❤️

  • Diana B. says:

    So heartbreaking what she went through losing her sons

  • yankeeladee02 says:

    Both sons spirits are free…🕊☮️💟🕊
    👼🏼🌹🌹👼🏾✨🕯🕯✨

  • Tami J. Wallace says:

    I love Delilah! Have Listened to hear for years! ❤️❤️

  • Simone says:

    I miss my faith. Four of my family members were molested by the Catholic Church. It’s very difficult to trust now.

    • Grace Garcia says:

      Simone I’m so sorry to hear about your family members being molested by the Catholic Church.. and that you miss your faith… your faith has nothing to do with the Catholic Church …you still could have the faith… it’s not God‘s fault…why do humans make decisions to hurt other people.. God is love and forgiveness … I hope that you will get your faith back just believe in God he’s real and he loves you very very much❤️🙏

    • Simone says:

      Grace Garcia : thank you Grace! I do believe in the lord and pray to him often, from the safety of my own home. But, I’m just not sure I can trust my faith because I don’t understand how the Catholic Church could lie and hide the abuse. I will never step foot in a church again.

    • cegitebe says:

      You are better off not believing in that nonsense. Good and bad happens to both believers and non-believers at the same rate.

    • Judy McCleary says:

      @@Simone
      Simone, have you thought about starting a small home fellowship group, a ladies’ bible study or a prayer group from the safety of your home? Something to pray about. Sounds like what you miss is the fellowship of other believers.

    • BAmazinSongwriter says:

      Prayed for you simone💖unfortunately the Catholic Church rooted in paganism has a lot of hidden agendas which can cause their priests to do some crazy things but remember they are not of Christ, and that is not a representation of Christ

  • Ana G says:

    Only if the pharmaceutical companies have a little bit of compassion

  • Sparkle P8nter says:

    I’ve always loved Delilah! She’s so sweet and caring!
    Always there for everyone even though she’s gone through so much on her own!

    Ps Shame on her father! She has a BEAUTIFUL FAMILY

  • Beavis Kapowski says:

    After all these years….putting a face with the voice. She’s awesome.

  • Dima b says:

    O Lord what an Angelic person she is and a fellow #Empath .. hopefully she is not homophobic

  • Statia Manger says:

    Love someone tonight. I’ve been listening to Delilah since 94. Love ya, D! Thanks for all you do for us! 🥰

  • Natasha White says:

    I remember listening to Delilah.

  • Dan_da_man0001 says:

    So genuine! I always loved listing to her on the radio.

  • Sophia Huda says:

    May God bless their souls.

  • K posada says:

    Her voice is so soothing I fall asleep so I dont listen to her. She was also on wmmr, one off her bucket list!!

  • >
    Share This