Mom dying of cancer uses her energy to raise arm during worship song
A Maryland mother-of-four fighting terminal cancer had only been given days to live.
But the mother, who lives in Bowie, was able to find one moment of strength.
Family captured the touching moment a relative began playing the worship song You Say by Lauren Daigle for the woman.
They tilt the phone so the dying mother – who is fighting brain cancer – can hear it clearly.
A Maryland mother-of-four with terminal cancer who only had days to live found the strength to raise her arm during a worship song
The mother somehow musters up the strength to raise her arm during the worship song, touching the hearts of the relatives who have gathered around her.
One woman can be heard crying in the background as she watches the heartbreaking but hopeful scene.
The person who filmed the video said the family had been gathered at home with her mother to celebrate her ‘last days’.
‘She was unable to speak or open her eyes and could not move arm much,’ they added.
But that suddenly changed when they began to play You Say.
Family captured the touching moment a relative began playing the worship song You Say by Lauren Daigle for the woman, who was clearly touched by the moment
‘My mom used all of her energy to get her arm raised to worship the Lord,’ they revealed.
The chorus of the song goes: ‘You say I am loved when I can’t feel a thing / You say I am strong when I think I am weak.’
‘You say I am held when I am falling short / When I don’t belong / Oh you say that I am yours.’
‘And I believe / Oh I believe / What you say of me.’