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    BlueBird commented  · 

    I concur, since I am most likely heading that way myself. After changes in the past few years I have noted differences. Currently I have near sight glasses worn 100% time, and bifocals. I have to increase font size and for best results a larger monitor. Print wise, I try to find large or giant print. I do the best I can. Having capability to continue in God's Word is a must. With that said, every effort should be taken to assist any sight impaired person. The Word, commentaries and other references are likely always in print to small. Many publishers do not make comparative printing available for sight impaired. Please support this effort.

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