Preacher asks bride to bow head in prayer, when suddenly, she hears a different voice.

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Preacher asks bride to bow head in prayer, when suddenly, she hears a different voice.

Brittany Yost was overjoyed when she got engaged to her boyfriend Jordon, but there was a secret sorrow in her heart: her beloved gradfather Ronald wouldn’t be alive to officiate their wedding.

Ronald had been a reverend who officiated Brittany’s sister’s wedding in 2015, but died shortly after at the age of 89.

But when the ceremony took place, Brittany’s family secretly found a way to evoke their granddad’s presence. Just as Brittany and Jordon stood at the altar, the preacher asked everyone to pray. And then suddenly, Brittany hears her gradfather’s voice over the loudspeaker.

As it turns out, her family was able to piece together Ronald’s speech at her sister’s wedding and then broadcast it at Brittany’s ceremony.

See the magical moment in the video below, and watch Brittany’s moment of genuine surprise and happiness at hearing her beloved grandpa’s voice on the biggest day of her life…






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