When I read this story, I was instantly in tears and awe of this young woman’s bravery and strength. This is her story.
A love story that is touching many people around the world, Heather Mosher took her vows to husband Dave on Dec. 22, exactly one year after he proposed, which was also the day she was diagnosed with cancer. She passed away 18 hours after her wedding Dec. 23.
Heather Mosher was diagnosed with an aggressive type of breast cancer Dec. 22, 2016. Her boyfriend, Dave, asked Heather to marry him the morning of that same day.
Dave and Heather Mosher married in a chapel at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford Dec. 22, 2017, surrounded by friends and family, one year from her diagnosis and the wedding proposal. Heather went to see her Savior,18 hours later on Dec. 23, 2017.
Her best friend and bridesmaid said “Heather chose to spend her last hours celebrating surrounded by people she loved and who loved her.
“I am in awe of the strength Dave’s love inspired in Heather even in her last hours. She was his great love and he was hers. I pray these moments give Dave the same strength now to carry on the legacy of their love.
“How do I know God is real? Because He was filling her with joy despite the fact that outwardly her body was failing. She chose to let God carry her instead of wasting her last hours angry at him for allowing this illness. And carry her He did. He carried her home.”
“For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.” – Philippians 1:21
As I read this beautiful story of God’s grace, I wondered if we would be like Heather? Unafraid, joyful, celebrating, filled with true happiness. As a Christian, I know that I will see my brothers and sisters in Christ again.
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