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Dog Days - Conversion Days

Dog Days of summer are those hot, sticky days when dogs just want to sleep in the shade and so do people! These are great days for conversion because we can offer up our discomfort to God, uniting it with the pain of the beating sun Christ felt on his way to Calvary and in His crucifixion. Instead of complaining about the heat, use it to grow closer to our suffering Lord!

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