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Religion And Science

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No matter what do we do for living, how educated we are, how wealthy we are and how nice we look, we all have different beliefs in what is the supra power upon us all. This is what we call religion. Its roots go deep into the matriarchal way of life of our predators when totems became first gods and were honored as such. It is a very interesting topic to research and to investigate and we still have some scientist working in this field.

Religion was founded to explain natural phenomena and weakness of the humans in front of it. Who else, but God could be stronger than a human? First Gods were animals and plants that were admired and could serve as an example somehow. But there had to be a superior being to support and to help a weak person to find his way and get rid of confusion. Later on it developed into an anthropomorphically religion that gave Gods same traits as humans have and their extra powers didn't help them to stay out of trouble and this caused sometimes a loss of their immortality. We call all polytheistic believes pagan religions but can't but agree that ancient literature works are a big credit to them. There are some more monotheistic religions like Christianity which are widely spread today, like Buddhism, Islam and a lot more. These religions are equally honored though one can say that they differ greatly. Christianity lays its basis on the Holy Bible, the Book of the Books that has to be read by every Christian man. If I were to judge I can't call Christianity monotheistic, for the belief is focused on The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit which are to be honored and loved more than anything. In his personal essay St. Augustine writes that he has sacrificed everything people call pleasures to leave a life dedicated to the service to the Lord. The belief is so deep that can easily be used to put somebody up to something. That's why religion turned out to be a strong and stable tool in hands of governors of the state. This is where science starts developing. The speed is so fast that religion can't catch up and gain its former authority. The matter is that some of the new discoveries ruined several church dogmas that were lectured for several hundred years. This is where inquisition comes on stage. Honorable priests were sure that all the inventions that were relatively contradicting to the former ideas were the creation of the devil and his airs. This was also used as a nice way to kick rivals of their track and successfully move forward. There were wars organized because of conflicts on religious ground, for example King Richard the Third and his war against Saracens.

Nowadays Christianity as a religion is not much involved in politics, except Vatican, the residence of Pope. A lot of custom research papers can be written on such an interesting topic. As for Islam, the question is hard to answer, they strictly stick to their traditions and violation of the rules brings strict punishment. Science plays an important role in the development processes in the country. Science gives income and that's what makes research very important. Religion takes care of the mental side of a person. If one refuses to believe and becomes an atheist, he'll eventually have no convictions left, for religion is the essence of morays and folkways piled up by centuries of experience. You can't make anybody turn into a believer, but you may want to change your lifestyle a bit. Religion and science may easily co-exist as modern society can prove.

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Guidance A True Story

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"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord. "Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." (Jeremiah 29:11)

My friend Ron had been laid off from his job. He was his young family's sole support. He loved and trusted the Lord, but he felt little sense of guidance about his future. Trying to collect his thoughts, he decided to make a day hike by himself.

An experienced hiker, he went up the mountain trial of a lone peak in Southern California in December. It was a grey winter day, and the mountain peak was wrapped in clouds. As he climbed the trail he hit heavy fog and had to carefully watch his steps. He knew the farthest place he could go on the trail, when he had to turn back in order to make it home by nightfall.

All through that long hike he could not see the mountain or the vista he knew lay below him. There was only the fog and trail in front of him and a thin line of dripping shrouded pines on both sides of him. There was no clear sense of direction or future - exactly the way he felt about his life.

As he went on, he neared the point on the trial where he would have to turn around. He was tempted to go on, but he had promised his wife he would be off the trail by sunset, and he had just enough time left to make the return trip by then. Still, there was only the floating fog and the gray path in front of him.

Then, just as he was on the point of turning around and trudging home, the sun broke through. The fog lifted, the clouds brightened and there, directly in front of him, reared the great mass of the snow-capped peak, and the sunlight kindled the white of the snow into golden fire. Below the trail was the valley, green and brown and beautiful.

Ron stayed soaking up the sight for just a few minutes before the clouds lowered and the fog rolled in again. But that was all he needed. Certain now that God was directing his way no matter what his circumstances, his steps were light as he turned around and made his way back home.

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Will Christians Be In The Tribulation

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Paul is very clear concerning this question. He breaks humanity into only Two Groups and demonstrates that only one of these two groups will be in the beginning Tribulation part of the final or 12th Day of the Lord. (The beginning "Wrath or Tribulation Part" of the 12th Day of the Lord, the Tribulation Period and Daniel's 70th Week are three different names for the same event.)

1Thes 5:1-10

1 But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write unto you.

2 For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.

3 For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.

4 But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.

5 Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness.

6 Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober.

7 For they that sleep sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night.

8 But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation.

9 For God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ,

10Who died for us, that, whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him. (KJV)

Now here are the two groups. (1) Group One: Paul names this group the "ye, you, we, and us group." Obviously, Paul included himself in this Group One.

Furthermore, all Christians are included in this "ye, you, we and us group." None of those in this Group One will see even one minute of the entire Tribulation period.

In addition, when Paul spoke of the absence of us Christians in the beginning of the 12th Day of the Lord, he made it impossible to arbitrarily designate part of the Tribulation as wrath and arbitrarily declare part of it not wrath.

In other words, from the above Scriptures, it is obvious that the Group One, in which Paul includes himself, will not be in any part of the beginning (wrath part) of the 12th and Final Day of the Lord at all.

(2) Group Two: Paul names the other group the "they

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Simplest Way To Be Healed By Faith

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Of all the ways our blessed Lord has given us for healing by faith, the following is the easiest. It must be ministered by the elders of the church. James gave us the instructions for this way of healing in the following Scriptures.

James 5:14-15

14Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord:

15And the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him. (KJV)

My first real experience with faith healing involved using the above Scripture. I was a denominational pastor at the time. My oldest daughter, a Senior in High School, had a girl friend who had terminal cancer.

My daughter told her to ask me to pray for her healing. She called me and I told her to read the above Scripture first, think deeply about what she had read and then call me back if she still wanted to pursue healing by faith.

She read it and a day or two later called me back and said "full speed ahead." She wanted to pursue healing by faith.

Next, I called those in the church whom I considered to be on a higher spiritual level with God and asked them to meet with me. When they arrived at my study, I explained to them why I had asked them to meet with me. I explained that this little girl had a terminal cancer and that if God did not reverse course with her by a supernatural healing, she would in all probability die.

I read them the Scripture above and gave them the opportunity to leave if they did not want to participate. None left.

Next, I called in the girl. I asked her again if she wanted to pursue healing by acting on God's word. She again said yes. Then I placed a chair in the center of the elder men and asked her to sit down in it. She did. My daughter was in the room with her.

According to the above Scriptures, the elder men and I anointed her with oil and prayed for her healing. We saw no visible sign that she was different at all. (This is the place that many grow weak and quit.) I explained that many times we must wait for a time lag before we see the physical results.

The next day she had to go to her doctor for a checkup and blood test. Her dad took off work that morning and took her. They did the tests as they did every time. Then her dad took her to school and went to work.

Later that same day, her dad (while still at work) received a call from the doctor who asked him to bring the girl back to his office the next morning. The dad asked if anything was wrong. The doctor assured him there was nothing wrong. He said that he simply needed to do the test over as this one did not take. "Nothing to be alarmed about," he reassuringly told the dad.

Early the next morning they were back at the doctor's office. They did the test again. Then she went to school and he went back to work. Then, just a little later in the morning, the doctor again called the dad and asked him to please come back by his office.

He did. The doctor said that he did not know what was going on but both tests showed that his little girl was absolutely cancer free. Cancer Free!

Learn something! This is healing by faith. Believing is simply acting on what God said. In this case He very simply said for a sick person to call the elders of the church together and allow them to do the two things they are instructed to do for healing.

This child did! She was not and is not a theologian by any means. But she did not have to be anything but obedient.

She obeyed and God delivered the goods. Is God any different today? Is His word less powerful now than it was then? Did he love her anymore than He loves you and me and our loved ones? Of course not. He changes not. He is the same, yesterday, today and forever.

By the way, this healing occurred in 1982. Till this very hour, this high school girl has never had even one symptom of a recurrence of her cancer. What kind of cancer? She had leukemia.

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The Privilege Of Praise

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To praise someone is to extol, glorify or honor him/her. One definition that really sums it up for me is: "to go into raptures over." I love that! Doesn't that accurately describe a state of exuberance? Can you see yourself jumping up and down, screaming and laughing over some great feat your favorite team has performed or the prize you've won?

Privilege equals freedom. Being able to let go and shout and not be concerned about what you sound like or what impression you may be giving to others. You just don't care because you are so happy and you just want to express it to those who deserve it. You may have had a difficult day or facing terrible circumstanced. But right at this moment you're free and full of joy!

Isn't that the way you are with God - every day - praising Him for all His goodness? Oh?? You mean you don't get excited about Him every day? You don't feel like praising because your husband/wife got up grumpy, the kids are screaming, and you have a humungous headache? Maybe you're lying in a hospital bed in pain and anguish and praise is just not in your vocabulary.

Let me tell you a story that happened to me. My husband, Jack, who had just begun to rally from a coma, brain surgery, and a month-long stint in Intensive Care, suddenly experienced a drastic turn for the worst. The chain of events those eight hours had practically plunged me in despair. The whole ordeal had taken its toll on me and this was just about the last straw I could bear. How I got home that evening only God knows. My eyes were bloodshot from crying and I was ready to just curl up and have a pity party.

As I opened the front door I was greeted with Praise music! Here were my two daughters and their fianc

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Of Lords And Bishops

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Of Lords and Bishops

1 Peter 1:15-1:16 (NIV, NIRV, TNIV, KJV)

Of Lords and Bishops This is a look at titles within the Church. I have found out here lately that many people are upset with titles that many Churches are using within their organizational circle. Lets look at the Bible and see what God has to say. The First Title I want to look at is; "Reverand." This first verse of scripture has been misinterpreted by many. Psa 111:9 He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and reverend is his name. "holy and reverend is his name" This section of the verse is what we are going to look deeper into. The word "holy" and "reverend" if you noticed is not capitalized, which signifies that these are not names of God but attributes of God. The same attributes that Jesus aspires us to be. Ref; 1st Peter 1:15,1:16, Lev. 11:44, 19:2, 20:7. For those who wish to create a controversy, they skip the word "holy" and only concentrate on the word "reverend." There are many places in scripture that the word holy is used in signifying a man and a land. Lets look at the meaning of the word; 1belonging to, derived from, or associated with a divine power; sacred.

2regarded with or worthy of worship or veneration; revered: a holy book.

3living according to a strict or highly moral religious or spiritual system; saintly: a holy person.

4specified or set apart for a religious purpose: a holy place.

5.Solemnly undertaken; sacrosanct: a holy pledge.

6.Regarded as deserving special respect or reverence: The pursuit of peace is our holiest quest. Now lets look at the word "reverend". You say then; "What about the word reverend?" "reverend" ADJECTIVE;

1.Deserving reverence.

2.Relating to or characteristicof the clergy; clerical.

3.ReverendAbbr. Rev.Used as a title and form of address for certain clerics in many Christian churches.



4.A cleric or minister. Used with the.ETYMOLOGY:

Middle English, from Old French, from Latin reverendus.

If you noticed in definition # 2 it is a characteristic of a minister, a title and not a name. Not being a name is extremely important and being a characteristic or title is the key. Rom 13:4 For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil. I wish to look at Romans 13:4 a little closer, The words, "be afraid" and "a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil." Rom 13:5 Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake.

Rom 13:6 For for this cause pay ye tribute also: for they are God's ministers, attending continually upon this very thing.

Is Romans 13:4-6 speaking of a physical fear? No. Its speaking of a reverence fear as we fear God. So a "reverend, preacher, minister" is a man called and ordained, by God, to deliver the Gospel, to those that are lost and to those who are under his charge, to maintain the acceptable standard of conduct as a Christian according to the Commandments of Christ. His duty's include, Preaching the word, being instant in season, out of season; reproveing, rebukeing, exhorting with all longsuffering and doctrine. By the Power delivered to him by God and Christ, who is the head of all things concerning the Church. 1Ti 5:17 Let the elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honour, especially they who labour in the word and doctrine. 1Ti 6:1 Let as many servants as are under the yoke count their own masters worthy of all honour, that the name of God and his doctrine be not blasphemed. Well what about other names for the clergy in Scripture? Stewards, Minister, Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists; Pastors, Teachers, Bishop, Elder and Deacon. The word,"trustee" is not in scripture but the word means; A member of a board elected or appointed to direct the funds and policy of an institution. Many a hypocritical Christian will overlook many a name if it suites them, but will not go against titles that are not listed in scripture. Why is that? Is it because they want attention or to cause division within the Church? They don't come out against the title "lord", why is that? And when you give them scripture or try to explain to them the meaning of a title or word, they close a deaf ear to you. The establishment of a trustee came about from the passage, Acts 6:3 Wherefore, brethren, look ye out among you seven men of honest report, full of the Holy Ghost and wisdom, whom we may appoint over this business. And the title "trustee" came from the word "Trust". What about the word ,"lord" is it proper to call a minister or any one else lord? Yes, its acceptable with God. 1Pe 3:5 For after this manner in the old time the holy women also, who trusted in God, adorned themselves, being in subjection unto their own husbands:

1Pe 3:6 Even as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling him lord: whose daughters ye are, as long as ye do well, and are not afraid with any amazement. But again we must look at the way the word "lord" is written. A small [L] not a capitol. What about the word "Priest"? Its OK. but not the title of "High Priest", for we only have one High Priest which is Jesus Christ. Heb 5:1 For every high priest taken from among men is ordained for men in things pertaining to God, that he may offer both gifts and sacrifices for sins:

Heb 5:2 Who can have compassion on the ignorant, and on them that are out of the way; for that he himself also is compassed with infirmity.

Heb 5:3 And by reason hereof he ought, as for the people, so also for himself, to offer for sins.

Heb 5:4 And no man taketh this honour unto himself, but he that is called of God, as was Aaron. But we must remember that this title is only given by God. "but he that is called of God" What about the word"Father?" No. Mat 23:9 And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven. What about the word,"Rabbi?" No. Mat 23:8 But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren. What about the word "cardinal?" Not in scripture. What about the word,"pope?" Not in scripture. Has many a Christian overemphised titles because of a lack of knowledge of Scripture? Are there thoses that are in need of reteaching? Are there those who have forgotten who they are in Christ, which come out with hateful remarks, not following after the teachings of Christ? I am saddened to say, Yes, there are. They have forgotten to read and study, they have forgotten about love and compassion, they have forgotten about comming together and reasoning one with another, they have forgotten who they are supposed to represent. I pray that this message comes forth as a learning experience so that all can remember who we are, Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus. ars.

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Neither Is There Healing In Any Other Name

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The entire context of Acts 3 and 4 is the healing of the lame man at the Temple Gate. This is the occasion of Peter's declaration that his level of power or holiness had nothing to do with it.

His actions, however, demonstrated that using Jesus' name for healing had everything to do with the healing of this helpless man.

One verse in these two chapters, Acts 4:12, contains a hidden key to healing by faith. This key is hidden because of the words translated by our English words salvation and saved.

You see the translators gave us this:

Acts 4:12

12 Neither is there SALVATION in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be SAVED. (KJV)

They should have given us this:

Acts 4:12

12 Neither is there HEALING in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be HEALED. (KJV)

Why is this? You see the Greek word for saved and salvation is also one of the Greek words for healed. In other words, saved and healed are translations of the same basic Greek root.

Now, this Greek root is used here in this verse. In this context, however, this Greek root has nothing to do with the salvation of the soul.

This context pertains to the healing of the lame man at the Temple Gate. Read it for yourself and see. The plan, method, necessity or even a question of salvation never occurs in this context.

Therefore, Acts 4:12 above would be more in line with the facts of the context of these two chapters if the verse had read thus: "Neither is there HEALING in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be HEALED."

In other words, God gave no name for our healing except the name of Jesus. When our "arm of the flesh" has failed, the name of Jesus will work because that is the name God left us for our healing from the start.

Thank God for medical science. They are God's gift to us. Nevertheless, those times they can't come through for us, we still have the all powerful name of Jesus.

Mark it well. There is no other name for healing. This is God's doing. There is no other name for healing. Truly, "neither is there healing in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be healed."

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Law Of Attraction They Are All Making You Poor

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There is one very important step that is often overlooked by most people who are working hard to apply the law of attraction. That step requires that you surround yourself with the sort of people who already have what you are trying to manifest in your life.

Have you ever heard stories or witness people who change dramatically because of the new crowd they were associating with? Perhaps you have noticed yourself developing certain habits after having the company of certain friends. If all your friends complain about money every day you may begin to realize that you have several complaints about money that you previously did not have before. We become like the people we surround our selves with.

I knew a man who was working tirelessly to create financial freedom in his life. He worked diligently with the law of attraction in keeping his thoughts clear and positive as well as to maintain a deep focus on his goals. Each day he was able to see great success until one day he came in contact with an old friend. Within a few short weeks he realized that his new found joy and personal power began to head south and he was feeling very discouraged about life. All his business ventures began to suffer and it seemed every thing around him was about to crash.

After taking sometime to reflect on what had suddenly gone wildly wrong with his life he realize the source of his failing business and personal life. His new friend, although a source of fun was a complete pessimist. Every single time they met his friend complained excessively about everything and doubted everything which seemed to be good. He complained about the economy and he complained about those who had acquired any sort of wealthy.

These conversations began to creep slowly into the mind of the first man and slowly his outlook became tainted by the dim view of reality that his friend was drilling into his head. Although he tried to maintain a brighter outlook his own thoughts were in conflict with the thoughts that his friend was presenting to him.

With law of attraction you manifest what you speak about or focus on with great passion. Often times people do not realize how much time they give to listening to others whose outlook is quite dismal and just how much those dismal thoughts do influence your ability to successfully apply the law of attraction to your success..

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Eternal Life Series 1 Lesson 3

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These lessons are designed to be easily used for personal Bible Study or as a guide for group Bible Studies. Each of the lessons will include a set of discussion questions at the end of the lesson, which can be used either privately for introspection or in a group setting as provocative discussion builders.

In the same way as God gave us life, gave us food to eat, and gives us the daily needs to maintain our life, he has also given us eternal life. The state of that eternal life will be a reflection of our response to His given, while we are here on earth. You see, for those of us who recognize His Creatorship, His Godship, and worship Him as such, we will spend that eternal life with Him, in His presence. O, what a beautiful time that will be! Forever, with the Creator of the Universe!

For those who reject His Creatorship and Godship, He has ordained a place for them in eternal isolation from Him. This eternal isolation is so intense that it is referred to in the Bible as a Hell, as a place of eternal torment. It will still be eternal life, but it will be eternal life in seclusion from our Lord and Maker.

Have you ever been alone? Really alone? You think no one cares? No one wants to talk? Imagine a place on this earth of isolation. Imagine the prisoner of war who is put into an earthen cell, and fed once a day. But even that prisoner, as alone as he may feel, is not truly alone. Perhaps he can see the soldiers when they come to bring his daily food. Perhaps the rats and cockroaches visit him in his cell. Perhaps he hears the tortured screams of other prisoners. Perhaps he converses with his God. He is not truly alone.

But nevertheless, he is experiencing a type of living hell. Now imagine what that same cell would be like with no food, no rats, no soldiers or fellow prisoners, and worst yet, no God. That is Hell.

You see, when God created us, He created us for Heaven, not Hell. He created us to always have communion, fellowship, and communication with Him. Starting with the first man and the first woman, Adam and Eve, man as a race has chosen to 'eat of the forbidden fruit', to sin, or turn away from God. Everyone who has ever lived to the age of understanding has done it, turned away from God, and failed to recognize Him as God and Provider. Not only failed, but purposely tested Him to show that they are in control of their own lives. The Book of Romans tells us: "For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God" (Rom. 3: 23).

Once we have sinned and rejected the promises of God, His life-giving power, once we eat of the forbidden fruit, so to speak, once we firmly establish that we own our lives and our futures, we effectively tell God that we no longer need Him, that we can do it on our own. And the natural and fair end of that decision is that God gives us exactly what we ask for and desire: eternal separation from Him. Because He is Holy, he cannot tolerate the presence of the unholy, of sin. The natural and normal result of the choice to sin, to refuse to accept His Creatorship and Lordship, is eternal separation from Him, which is effectively death (Rom 6: 23).

Fortunately, God in His infinite mercy has crafted a plan, one which He set into motion before He even created the earth, knowing what His creation would do. He ordained that His own Son would die to bridge the gap between God Himself, from whom every man chooses to separate, and man, the creation. By being God Himself and taking on the nature of man, when Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was put to death, his death was able to pay the penalty, not of His own sins, because He had none, but our own sins, because He was pure in His death.

You see, the acceptance of His death for our sins is the same difference as not eating of the forbidden fruit (which we have all done, in one form or another). It is the same difference as paying a tithe of our property and our yearly increase. It is the ultimate form of recognizing that God created everything, including us, and that He gave us everything we have. It is simply saying that I cannot, as man, do it on my own; I need a mediator, someone to stand in the gap for my rebellion, and prevent eternal isolation from the Creator of the universe.

Questions for discussion:

Describe your view of the nature of God and His redemption plan.

Have you struggled with what you perceived as God's wrathful and vindictive nature?

Does this lesson help you see that eternal separation is a direct result of our sin, not His vindictive nature?

Have you sinned (rebelled against the Creator of the universe)?

Can God, in His holiness, permit sin in His presence?

Have you accepted His loving plan to keep you from eternal separation?

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