I WAS THERE
I have a dear friend, Bill Mann, who has one of the great singing voices in the Christian Church in this nation. I remember some years ago he told me about the most special concert in his life. It was after the concert was over and he returned to his dressing room. Waiting for him there was a woman who was blind, and deaf, and mute. Through the lady who was with her, she asked if he would sing for her the last song he sang in the concert. “Surely,” he said. And standing only five inches from his face . . . and placing her fingers on his lips and on his vocal cords, he sang again, “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?” As he finished singing, a tear trickled down the face of Helen Keller. Indistinctly, she said, as the words were repeated by the lady with her: “I was there!” “Deaf, blind, mute from birth?” you…
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