This Little Girls Mom Died Of Cancer. The Song She Sings At Her Funeral Tore My Heart Up!

Life is tough when you are growing up as a kid. But when you lose a parent at the age of 7 life can become extremely difficult. Rhema Marvanne’s mom died of cancer leaving her alone. She coped with this devastating situation the only way she could, by singing.

In the following video Rhema beautifully sings ‘Amazing Grace’ in honor of her late mother. She travels to all the places they shared their experiences together, while singing this song that is guaranteed to make you cry. This is so emotional. You are going to need to grab the tissues for this one.

Were you as moved as we were by this performance? This so powerful it really is a reminder about how precious life is and how important music is to convey feelings. Rhema is so talented and I am sure we will be seeing much more of her as she grows up!

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This 2 Year Old Walks Onto The Court. His Next Move Is Priceless!

At a recent Southern Regional High School Varsity boys basketball game in New Jersey the crowd gets to their feet for the National Anthem. Simultaneously, a two year old boy walks out onto the court with his father. He is handed the microphone and confidently starts singing the Star Spangled Banner as the crowd looks on respectfully.

The boy is Trent Harris, son of Cincinnati Bengals long snapper Clark Harris and wife Jessica Harris, and this is his first performance. Where many people would be scared and nervous Trent is a natural and at ease in front of the large crowd.

He does not for even a moment hesitate and starts to sing with confidence and certainty, never missing a beat or line from the notoriously tricky anthem. Many who have sung the Anthem before have forgotten words or botched the notes. Little Trent has no problem powering through it and proves he may even have a future in show business.

All the while his proud parents look on as he sings his adorable rendition of the song. At the end he does not rush off the court but instead strides confidently over to his waiting parents, smiling and clearly thrilled with just having finished his memorable first public presentation. The end result is no doubt an unforgettable moment for all those witnessing the event.

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