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May the Lord enrich your ministry for your willingness to be used for His glory. Thank you for the hearing aides. God's timing is always an amazing thing! We just had a door of opportunity open here that I have never seen in the 14 yrs we have worked in Mexico. An Casa de Ancianos (Old Persons Home) has just come under our care. Hearing Aides anyone!? Sure, ...

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