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The Rev. Rudy Brostrom officiates as Cheryl and Eli Clark renew their wedding vows. The Lincolnton, Ga., couple first wed at the courthouse five years ago. After Eli Clark was diagnosed with a brain tumor, donations poured in to help them have a dream wedding.  MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
The Rev. Rudy Brostrom officiates as Cheryl and Eli Clark renew their wedding vows. The Lincolnton, Ga., couple first wed at the courthouse five years ago. After Eli Clark was diagnosed with a brain tumor, donations poured in to help them have a dream wedding.
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Just My Opinion 09/15/13 - 07:00 pm
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You know, I usually don't

You know, I usually don't comment on things like this, but I just felt led to this time.
What an absolutely BEAUTIFUL event this was for this couple! It was just wonderful and a blessing for all these people to come together and help put this on for them! I was so very, very touched and brought to tears when I saw the love that just shown in the faces of everyone there! What really got to me was when those women were holding the face of Eli in their hands, looking at him with pure love and perfect tenderness. And, of course, seeing Eli's absolutely beautiful wife, Cheryl, hold him by her side, like God had planned for them both.

I am so happy for this couple. I am so thankful that all their friends and strangers came together to do this. And I am so grateful for the Augusta Chronicle for sharing these touching pictures for all of us to behold!

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