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The Deaf See


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A Service from the John Ross Memorial Church for the Deaf, Glasgow; conducted by the Rev. J. Stewart Lochrie, Minister and Secretary to the Mission to the Adult Deaf and Dumb for Glasgow and the West of Scotland.
In this Act of Worship, in a remarkable way, those who are deaf and dumb are able to join fully in prayers, praise, and the hearing of the word of God. This worship can be shared by all.
Paraphrase 2: O God of Bethel
(B.C.H; 55, Cong. P. 55, M.H.B. 607. S.P. 596)
Call to Prayer Prayers
The Lord's Prayer
Gospel: St. Matthew 7, vv. 7-14
Jesus calls us o'er the tumult (A. and M. 403, B.C.H. 205. C.H. 500, Cong. P. 451, M.H.B. 157, S.P. 217)
Prayers of Thanksgiving and Intercession
Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us (A. and M. 281, B.C.H. 417. C.H. 563. Cong. P. 607. M.H.B. 611, S.P. 556)
The Offering
The Blessing
Leaders of Praise: Robert Dickson, James C. Dow
From Scotland


Service conducted by: The Rev. J. Stewart Lochrie
Leader of Praise: Robert Dickson
Leader of Praise: James C. Dow

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