Loving husband sings to cancer-stricken wife to soothe her pain

Loving husband sings to cancer-stricken wife to soothe her pain

- Ray and Ros walked down the aisle in 2018

- Ros discovered she had cancer back in 2013 and went into remission after receiving treatment

- Sadly, the disease crept back into her life in 2018

- Ever since Ray has sung to her during the toughest times of her fight and often tries to put a smile on her face with his voice

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Love is patient, love is kind, it does not boast, it is not proud. This is what the Bible says.

A US man who has faith entrenched in God has wowed netizens with how perfectly he gave life to the heartwarming verse.

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Ray Singleton is the epitome of kindness and dedication thanks to his ability to put a smile on his wife’s face even on her lowest days.

The young man told how his lovely wife has battled brain cancer for seven painstaking years but still manages to be brave through the fight.

Ray and his lovely lady met back in 2016 and clicked immediately.

“I met my wife in November 2016. We were at a party that was a last-minute decision for us both. She actually asked for my number first. Literally from that point, we were inseparable,” he said.

His wife was diagnosed with the dreaded disease while she was in the Navy and would often complain of non-stop, overwhelming migraines.

By the time the two were married, Ray’s better half had gone into remission after an orange-sized tumour was removed from her head.

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Sadly, Ros Singleton suffered a relapse after their wedding and had to start fighting for her life again.

Since then, Ray has made it his sole duty to sing to Ros whenever she is in the hospital or just at home living and thriving.

According to him, his songs light up her days and make her forget her worries just for a moment.

“I knew singing to her would help because it helps me every day. They say every lady wants her man to sing to her and God gave me the gift of singing,” Ray added.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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