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Looks a little chilly there by the way they are rugged up...........shows we are not just preachers of the good news in fine weather conditions..........we are all weather Christians. We have summer coming up "down under" (Adelaide, South Australia) and no doubt we will see a few 400C+ coming up........that is not nice weather to be out in!!!

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