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Springer Spaniel in Heat Depicts the Drive of Sin

When I was seven, our Springer spaniel was going through her first heat. My parents, under the advice of the vet, had decided to wait to have her spayed until she was a year old. They did not, however, want her to have puppies. So when they were going out for a few hours, my older sisters and I got stern instructions ...

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Philip Martin

October 20, 2012  6:42pm

I have not heard all the sermons on grace that have been preached but this is one of the best that I have ever heard. God's grace is truly wonderful.

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