“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” – 1 Cor. 15:58
As Paul encouraged the Corinthian Christians to be stedfast, unmovable, and always abounding in the Lord. I now encourage deaf people to also be stedfast, unmovable, and always abounding (involved) in the work of the Lord.
The key is to be stedfast, unmovable, and abounding. As Paul, the deaf should also be active and involved in the work of the Lord. Be abounding means to be active and involved in the work of the Lord. Why? Because your work will not be in vain (useless), but your work will be valuable and profitable for the Lord. From the time Paul was saved, he was always stedfast and unmovable for God. His work for the Lord was valuable, not in vain.
The Deaf can also be fully surrendered to serve the Lord as Paul. I encourage you, my deaf friends, to always be stedfast and unmovable for the Lord. The Deaf can do it! How do I know, because I am Deaf and I seek to be stedfast, unmovable and abounding in the work of the Lord.
If I can – You can!