My eyes beheld true love and something rare as video of a physically challenged man who danced to the altar with his beloved wife on the occasion of their child dedication surfaced online on the official facebook page of GistReel.com.
The woman danced really well with much excitement, carrying their baby in her arms as her husband danced beside her, doing dance moves with his arms and back.
Out of excitement, a male and female church member danced to the altar to celebrate with the couple. The male church member sprayed the physically challenged man money.
Click on the link below to see the video:
People took to the comment section to speak concerning the video. Samuel Adebanjo said women were different and they are blessed with good hearts. He noted that men who are disabled were getting married, while women who have such disabilities can't get husbands. He concluded by praying to God to bless the women.
Young Mandela revealed that watching the video "melt" his heart. He also said church members ought to have danced to the altar to celebrate with the couple.
Here are photos of things others said after seeing the video.
What do you have to say to this wonderful couple?
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