Loving is accepting a person wholeheartedly. True love is loving a person without any condition, who he is and not what he is. Everyone has the right to love and to be loved for love came from God and whoever does not love others doesn’t love God. We love somebody not because of his or her physical attributes but by simply checking the heart if it’s true or not.
When Elizabeth met Scott, he is already deaf but it did not serve as a reason for her to give up on their relationship. When they first knew each other, they were serious about their feelings and never a time that Elizabeth looked down into Scott despite his condition. God’s perfect time came for the couple to get married. Scott was waiting at the end of the trail during the wedding march when Elizabeth surprised him. The song started to play Thousand Years. Scott absolutely had no idea that his fiancé started to learn sign language. He was surprised when his bride started to raise her hand and interpret the song. It was heart melting and everyone almost cried in tears. Scott was very emotional without expecting that his bride will do such a thing.
God is full of surprises and sometimes He gives us something that we don’t expect but could give us great joy. A true love is having God as the center of your relationship. Click play on the video below and feel the emotions of this sweet couple!
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