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You have inspired me to live life…
Your spirit will always be with us!
Thinking about you and this came up:
Isaiah 41:10 –
“Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
God’s promise remains true.
Angie – this song made me think of you tonight. It’s a soothing lullaby with honest, comforting words. (The video on the page plays it.)
these videos got me so emotional. i played basketball on the high school team in paris with william. i was a year older than him. we were always real cool when we were younger, from playing against each other in capps all the way through high school ball. I had no idea william had cancer or had passed until a few days ago. justin sent me the link to the website. my heart goes out to you angie. my wife has alot of illnesses right now and just got out of another major surgery last week. these videos and comments just make me cherish the moment i have with her right now. your family is on the prayer list
My small contribution to the memory of Will.
William was a high school friend of my daughter, Pamela Hutson. He was a very impressive young man. I am so sorry to read of his passing. I lostfather to maxi facial cancer. Hard to accept for such a young man with a promising future.
I went to school at Union with Will. I always appreciated his humility, his gentleness and his quick smile. I can only imagine the grief you must feel now in his absence. I am praying that the Lord will Himself be to you compassion and tenderness. I’m praying that He will be your comfort, as He comes alongside you in your loss. May Jesus continue to be glorified in your life and in story with Will. I’m thankful for your testimony as a couple and that will knew Jesus as his Savior, and that today he can sing in His presence. May the God of all comfort bless you in tangible ways in the coming days….
II Corinthians 5.1-9: “For we know that if the tent that is our earthly home is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. For in this tent we groan, longing to put on our heavenly dwelling…, so that what is mortal may be swallowed up by life. He who has prepared us for this very thing is God, who has given us the Spirit as a guarantee. So we are always of good courage. We know that while we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord, for we walk by faith, not by sight. Yes, we are of good courage, and we would rather be away from the body and at home with the Lord. So whether we are at home or away, we make it our aim to please Him.”
Hello, dear friends, our hearts are breaking with the news of Will’s passing….please accept our love, sympathy and know that our family will continue to uphold yours in our prayers!!!! It was such a gift meeting you all and we know that there is sweet music being sung in heaven this week…..Angie, you are such a beautiful example of a wife’s unconditional love and devotion. You’re an inspiration for all young women!!! Diane, I know your motherly support gave such strength to your daughter, I pray that God will bring each of you His perfect peace!!!!!! We love you. Gene & Janie
My heart aches for your loss. I recently heard a song by The Brilliance, Now and at the Hour. It made me think of Will’s memorial. It’s an old catholic prayer set to music. I am praying for your comfort.
Here is the link…
May God bless and keep you and your family during this journey……
I just learned about Will and Angie Gray but this journey has truly touched me. I pray for Angie’s strength as well all all family and friend’s affected by this loss. Thank you for sharing.
God be with you Angie and all who loved Will. It seems there were many!!
“I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand…
For, I the Lord your God, hold your right hand; it is I who say to you,
‘Fear not, I am the one who helps you.'”
Angie & Family,
I’ve never met you or Will, but my husband & many people in our church community (Mercy Town)
have…. the story that God has been writing through you is beautiful beyond words and has touched
many, many hearts. Our hearts ache for you in losing Will. We also look forward to the day we can
share heaven together, forever.
Praying for you today, that God is holding your right hand and strengthening you in his
Much, much love.
Following the journey of William and Angie here at Go Team Gray is a privilege. For all who make it happen and to Angie my prayer is that you will continue to find the strength to move forward. For those of us who knew young William in New York and Tennessee we are smiling through our tears. What a remarkable young man William became. He has left us with heavy hearts and fond memories. Often at times like this we say or write or observe the hope that the departed will “Rest in Peace”. For William we can all be quite certain that he will be able to “rest in peace”. This will be his reward for a life well lived, lovingly shared, and balanced in his Christian Faith. .
Angie, my spirit grieves for you, your families and close friends. I have followed the journey & kept you in my prayers. That will not change.
I thought of my favorite poem written by Ella Wheeler Wilcox and read it again this morning. It reminded me so much of Will I had to share it. I hope it blesses you and helps you in the days ahead to hang on to the faith that Will inspired in us all. God be an ever-present comfort to you.
I will not doubt, though all my ships at sea
Come drifting home with broken masts and sails;
I shall believe the Hand which never fails,
From seeming evil worketh good for me;
And though I weep because those sails are battered,
Still will I cry, while my best hopes lie shattered,
“I trust in thee.”
I will not doubt, though all my prayers return
Unanswered from the still, white Realm above;
I shall believe it is an all-wise Love
Which has refused those things for which I yearn;
And though at times I cannot keep from grieving,
Yet the pure ardour of my fixed believing
Undimmed shall burn.
I will not doubt, though sorrows fall like rain,
And troubles swarm like bees about a hive;
I shall believe the heights for which I strive
Are only reached by anguish and by pain;
And though I groan and tremble with my crosses,
I yet shall see, through my severest losses,
The greater gain,
I will not doubt; well anchored in the faith,
Like some staunch ship, my soul braves every gale,
So strong its courage that it will not fail
To breast the mighty unknown sea of Death.
Oh, may I cry when body parts with spirit,
“I do not doubt,” so listening worlds may hear it,
With my last breath.
Oh Angie sister in a Christ my heart aches for you there r few words praise God for his life your ministry and may all this be to gods glory for all things work together for good for those who love him! Xoxo prayers sent for u and friends and family from Martha’s Vineyard!
David Milhouse is my cousin, and he and Martha are the ones who first told us about you. Having lost my mother recently, I understand the conflicting feelings of grief and yet a kind of joyful release that they are with Jesus and totally healed. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Angie, we have never met but I knew your husband. I will never forget such a kind soul with the million dollar smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you. My God bring you a peace only He can bring. In His Love, Emily Parker
Angie and Family,
This is the hardest time for you I am sure and the most freeing time for Will. Thank you for the witness to faith and authority and trust in God’s will that I have ever seen a wife have in the face of adversity.
Thank you for the opportunity to meet Will’s spirit, you and your family members who love you both so much.
Sending encouragement, Love, Peace, Hope.
Angie and family, I alone with many others have never met you. What an amazing couple you are as you so faithfully shared with all of us through this journey. May God give you the strength and peace to continue your walk with Him during this difficult time. Praying for you!
You don’t know me. But a friend of mine from Bel Air Pres emailed me and shared the very rough news. Please know my wife and I will be praying for you. We live in Gilbert, AZ. If there is anything at all we can do to help – bring a meal, whatever – please don’t hesitate to let us know. Standing with you.
My trust in the Triune God for this life and the next and in Will’s ultimate healing in no way deminishes the depth of pain my heart feels at this moment for you and your family.
Praying for you to continue to endure.
I know that you do not know me, my son had your Mom as a teacher in Rockville. I have a lot of faith in Mrs. Ross, she helped my son so much, she is such a blessing! I have followed your story for sometime now, I can’t express my sadness for you today, however you two shared a beautiful life and your courage is amazing to me. I will continue to pray for you and that your strength continues to flow strongly. Thinking of you always, with love, Hollie
We’ve never met. I’m a friend of Andrew and Kathy Hendrixson who know you from Ohio, and I’ve been following yours and Will’s journey for some time. My heart breaks with you today……and smiles through the deep sadness for Will, who I can only imagine is experiencing an indescribable freedom and joy in the Presence of His Savior today. Undoubtedly, the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant” greeted him as he stood before his heavenly Father for the very first time. Your testimony, incredible devotion and love for one another, and persistent faithfulness to fight this fight to the finish has left an imprint on my heart and I want to thank you for running this race in the view of so many witnesses. I can only imagine what the days and months ahead will hold for you as you have breathed every breath these past few months in a fight for Will’s life and quality of life. My prayer for you is that your Almighty, loving Father will engulf you in His embrace and uphold you minute by minute, day by day as you learn to continue the journey and fight the fight of faith and love without your precious Will beside you. I can imagine that there will be moments when you yourself don’t know how to breathe or how to put one foot in front of the other, but I am confident that the God Who lives within you and who has carried you thus far will carry you and hold you and little by little renew strength to your spirit and impart His deep healing to your heart. I pray that His PEACE, which surpasses ALL understanding, will guard your heart and your mind in Christ Jesus……. Thank you, Angie….for loving so passionately and intentionally–your husband….and also everyone that has crossed your paths. You are loved and prayed for….. Michele Mwanza (Jeffreys Bay, South Africa)
Dear Angie, May the Lord give you great comfort and strength during this difficult time. May His healing hands be upon Will.
I am in Jackson TN I heard about your story on Facebook. I am praying for Will and Angie God bless and comfort you both and heal Will. Amen
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