No More Deaf

No More Deaf By Mildred Norman May the Lord in tender love, smile on you from above. May your hands be swift to speak, as you serve from week to week. Till no more the…

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Made Differently

By Beth Woodward [Poem written by a crippled girl to a young boy who was afraid of her] The first time that I met you, You were scared to death of me, Cause you didn’t…

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In A Little While

by Beth Woodward Have you ever stopped to think about, how awesome it will be, to say good-bye to this old world, and step across to Glory? Sometimes when I think of it, I really…

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I Cannot Hear

By Ted Camp – 1971 Now in this life I cannot hear, One day I will, for Jesus cares. I cannot hear the birds that sing, I cannot hear the bells that ring. I’ve never…

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You Have to be Deaf to Understand

by Willard J. Madsen [Condensed] What is it like to “hear” a hand? You have to be deaf to understand! What is it like to be a small child, In a school, in a room…

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Go, Sign to Them For Me

Master, “What shall I do today? Where shall I go for thee?” And He pointed to the deaf people “Go Sign to Them for Me.” “Oh no, not there!” No one will notice and see.…

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Don’t Be Discouraged

Don’t be Discouraged Don’t be discouraged………. Because you cannot hear, Just keep your heart right with God And keep Him ever near. Just keep sin from your heart, And trust Him on your way. Be…

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A Deaf Mother’s Prayer

A Deaf Mother’s Prayer By Anne Powell Lord, I’ve never heard my baby cry, Or laugh and gurgle as most mothers do. I’ve never heard him say “Daddy” Or “Mommy, I love you.” I’ve never…

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Deaf Macedonians

“DEAF MACEDONIANS”   “Come over and help us,” cried Deaf folks from Greece, “We’re helpless and hopeless – our souls seek for peace. “Come over and help us,” cried Sofia’s Deaf, “We sit on the…

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Complete in Him

Complete In Him {c} Mary Yingling, 2003 God chose to make us like we are And we are quite unique; You see, we use our eyes to hear, And use our hands to speak. Our…

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