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An Excessive Heat Warning is issued by the National Weather Service of the United States within 12 hours of the heat index reaching one of two criteria levels. In most areas, a warning will be issued if there is a heat index of at least 105 °F for more than 3 hours per day for 2 consecutive days, or if the heat index is greater than 115 °F for any period of time. Note that local offices, particularly those where excessive heat is less frequent or in areas with deserts or mountainous terrain, often have their own criteria. High values of the heat index are caused by temperatures being significantly above normal and high humidity, and such high levels can pose a threat to human life through conditions such as heat strokeHeat exhaustion, and other heat-related illnesses.
If people pay attention to the weather warning, why don’t they pay attention to Biblical warnings.  You think this is hot?  Hell is hotter, and it last for eternity.  How will you avoid the heat this week.
Read:  Revelation 21:8
Scripture Readings for 9th Sunday after Pentecost – August 6, 2017 – Communion Sunday
Epistle Reading: Romans 9:1-5
Gospel Reading: Matthew 14:13-21