Beautiful Moment Groomsmen Help Groom in a Wheelchair Stand to Dance with His Bride

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It was a beautiful moment when the groomsmen helped this groom in a wheelchair dance with his bride on their wedding day. This touching video is what true friendship looks like!

As a new bride and groom share a sweet kiss in his wheelchair, we see a couple greatly in love. The bride takes a step away for a moment as one groomsman begins to work on placing braces onto the paralyzed legs of the groom. Two others bring chairs right next to the groom in a wheelchair. They sit next to him and put their arms around him.

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The groom places his arms around each of his groomsmen and the three rise up, one man holding him from each side and the third from behind. The groom and the crowd cheer and celebrate for what is about to happen. The bride reappears and the two share a slow dance together as the men to each side of the groom sway him. It is incredible!

The bride wipes away tears and the couple shares a kiss. And then, the groom and his groomsmen sit back down.

Special Moment For Groom In A Wheelchair

This video is touching. The support and love that this man experienced is inspiring. It reminds me of the time when Moses had to hold his arms up for the soldiers to win the battle against the Amalekites.

Moses was at the point of being unable to hold his arms up. However, Aaron and Hur each stood on his sides and held up his arms for him and the Israelites had the victory.

This is the type of brotherhood and sisterhood that God teaches us to have as well.

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"But Moses' hands became heavy; so they took a stone and put it under him, and he sat on it. And Aaron and Hur supported his hands, one on one side, and the other on the other side; and his hands were steady until the going down of the sun." Exodus 17:12

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