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“There’s that dog again,” said Luke.

Lots of dogs were being walked, because it was Sunday afternoon. Some were on leads and some were off, chasing balls or sticks or just running. But this dog was all on its own.

Luke cannot forget the lonely dog with its hungry brown eyes. It seems to be nobody’s dog, so Luke and his friend Mr Bronzovi decide to look after it.

But it’s not as easy as Luke thinks.

Luke learns that sometimes God seems slow in answering our prayers, and sometimes it seems as if He is not listening at all. Sometimes He answers in a different way than we are expecting – but He always answers. As the dog in the park learns to trust Luke, Luke learns to trust God.

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“There’s that dog again,” said Luke.

Lots of dogs were being walked, because it was Sunday afternoon. Some were on leads and some were off, chasing balls or sticks or just running. But this dog was all on its own.

Luke cannot forget the lonely dog with its hungry brown eyes. It seems to be nobody’s dog, so Luke and his friend Mr Bronzovi decide to look after it.

But it’s not as easy as Luke thinks.

Luke learns that sometimes God seems slow in answering our prayers, and sometimes it seems as if He is not listening at all. Sometimes He answers in a different way than we are expecting – but He always answers. As the dog in the park learns to trust Luke, Luke learns to trust God.